1. Log In - The New York Times →

    It is fitting that the quietest place at Wimbledon is the library.

    “It’s an oasis,” said Audrey Snell, who has worked there for 15 years.

    About 40,000 fans crowd onto the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis Club each day during the tournament, filling Centre Court, smothering Henman Hill and shuffling among matches, sipping Pimm’s and nibbling strawberries.

    Only a few each day find their way to the library, with the sport’s greatest collection of books and magazines.

    This special library does it the old-fashioned way: offline.

  2. Secret Libraries of New York City →

    Tumblarians, are you coming to BEA? Be sure to check out some of Gotham’s secret libraries. I have the Hispanic Society of America on my must-see list.

  3. openroadmedia:

Open Road is proud to be part of the US Navy’s NeRD program, delivering ebooks to sailors via secure devices!
(And the acronym is just about the best thing ever!)

    openroadmedia:

    Open Road is proud to be part of the US Navy’s NeRD program, delivering ebooks to sailors via secure devices!

    (And the acronym is just about the best thing ever!)

  4. Film Library Gets Star Treatment

    Forget that Oscar selfie. This was the best Oscar-related tweet of the night. What is the Margaret Herrick library? Only a film lover’s version of paradise.

  5. Tumblarian list—help me update! →

    thelifeguardlibrarian:

    Librarians, students, library service lovers! Who am I missing? Who would like to be included or removed?

    You heard the lady.