30 Library Stories You May Have Missed in October

October was chock-full of library-related articles and blog posts which were both educational and entertaining.  My two favorite resources for the month would have to be the article illustrating 37 Ways To Proudly Wear Your Love Of Books,  as well as the informative and thought-provoking article by Brian Mathews,  Seven things to think about as wearable computing emerges.  Here are all 30 of the library stories you may have missed out on last month:

  1. The future of 3D printing: What’s real, what’s coming, and what’s hype
  2. An All-in-One Guide to the Maker Culture and 3D Printing
  3. Seven things to think about as wearable computing emerges
  4. Scribd offers ebook subscription service
  5. To the Bookmobile! The Library on Wheels of Yesteryear
  6. 11 bookshelves made from repurposed items
  7. OverDrive releases library circulation APIs
  8. Using Pinterest to plan YA programming
  9. Wearable Technology in Action
  10. Libraries and Librarians in Horror Movies
  11. More Libraries and Librarians in Horror Movies
  12. Libraries and communities
  13. Librarians vs. search engines in UC Berkeley report
  14. Managing your social media brand
  15. Five visual dictionaries and thesauri for students
  16. Redesigning the item record summary view
  17. The End of “The End of Libraries”
  18. 32 Library Stories You May Have Missed in September
  19. Social media guidelines and library patrons
  20. Professional development for school librarians
  21. How to get the most from library ebooks
  22. 10 laws of digital preservation
  23. How HathiTrust handles 11 million volumes
  24. Why Netflix or Spotify for ebooks can work
  25. A Library In Every Pocket: Virtualizing Your Library for Mobile Learning
  26. The Librarian in 2020 | Reinventing Libraries
  27. Four Librarians, Four E-readers, Two Years
  28. New ELI 7 Things… Explores Service Design
  29. Bookish Portraits Celebrate the Tattooed Librarians of Rhode Island
  30. 37 Ways To Proudly Wear Your Love Of Books