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    • Stations of a Bookbinder's Life: Twenty-five Years in the Field 

      Verheyen, Peter D.; Library, Cornell University (2007-12-05)
      Lecture given by Peter D. Verheyen for the Cornell University Bookarts Club on October 11, 2007. Master bookbinder and founder of the Syracuse Conservation Laboratory, Peter Verheyen is a leading member of the bookbinding ...
    • Hip Hop collection 

      Philipp, Chris; Colt-Demaree, Jennifer (2008-03-11)
      Cornell University Library's Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections has acquired a major archive on the history of hip hop and rap music, documenting its emergence in the Bronx in the 1970s and early 1980s. Materials ...
    • Olin Library's New and Noteworthy Books 

      Philipp, Chris; Colt-Demaree, Jennifer (2008-03-11)
      If read more is on your New Year's resolutions list, look no further than Olin Library's New & Noteworthy Books. Shelved in the computer area on Olin's first floor, these books include more than 1,000 popular fiction and ...
    • An Interview with Student Book Collection Contest Winner and Writer Ron Moore 

      Philipp, Chris; Colt-Demaree, Jennifer (2008-03-13)
      In 1986, Ronald D. Moore received an honorable mention for his entry on Star Trek literature in Cornell University Library?s student book collection contest. Today, he is the mastermind behind the hit TV show "Battlestar ...
    • Shelf Life: LibX Toolbar 

      Philipp, Christine; Newberry, Susette; Colt-Demaree, Jennifer (2008-04-04)
      With just the click of your mouse or the use of its toolbar, LibX, an open-source Firefox extension configured for use at Cornell, gives you access to all of the Library?s online resources. Highlight a phrase or some key ...
    • arXiv @ 20: Celebrating the Past and the Future of a Revolutionary Tool 

      Ginsparg, Paul (Cornell University, 2011-09-23)
      Twenty years ago, physicist Paul Ginsparg began a little project on his desktop: an electronic database to let fellow physicists share unpublished academic manuscripts without photocopying and paper mail. Over the past ...
    • Poetry in the Digital Age: Reading in the New Scholarly Archive 

      Houston, Natalie (Cornell University Library, 2015-04-16)
      On Thursday, April 16th at 4:30 pm in Olin Library 107, “Poetry in the Digital Age: Reading in the New Scholarly Archive,” was presented as part of the Conversations in Digital Humanities series. The Conversations in Digital ...