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Material on digital libraries

Digital Searching to Digital Reading; presentation at LITA session at ALA conference, Chicago 2005.
Chicken Little and the Recorded Music Crisis; from IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, Sept.-Oct. 2003.
Shedding Light on Creativity: The History of Photography; from IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, March-April 2004.
Copyright and Creativity (review of "Free Culture" by Lawrence Lessig); from IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, May-June 2004.
How To Pay for Digital Libraries
US Digital Library Programs: What Goals?
The Organization of Digital Libraries
How Much Information Is There in the World? This is now obsolete, having been redone twice at Berkeley: see http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/how-much-info-2003 for an update.
Digital Libraries: A Unifying or Distributing Force?, to be presented at Scholarly Communication and Technology, a conference sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia (April 24, 1997).
Mad Library Disease: Holes in the Stacks, Lazerow Lecture, given at University of California Los Angeles, 18 April 1996, to appear in print later in 1996
Libraries and the Web, to appear Libraries and Information World Wide, 1996
Economics of Digital Libraries, course outline for lectures given Jan-Apr 1996, Columbia University, New York.
Why Digital Libraries, Follett lecture on electronic libraries, given 19 June 1995, BBC Conference Center, London, England.
The Future Value of Digital Information and Digital Libraries; lecture given 9 November 1995 at the Kanazawa Institute of Technology Roundtable on Libraries and Information Systems, Kanazawa, Japan.
Making a Digital Library: The Contents of the CORE Project ; draft paper, October 1994; to appear, ACM TOIS