Casey Bisson is using his Mellon award money to buy and disseminate Library
of Congress data, amplifying current debate around the extent to which
libraries could - or should - share their catalogue records more freely.
The topic's been a hot one on #code4lib, although it hasn't really surfaced
here on the email list.
Earlier this week, Ross Singer, Tim Spalding, Rob Styles, Richard Wallis and
myself sat down to record a podcast in which we probe the issue a little.
Have a listen, and let us know what you think!
Dr Paul Miller
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