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Posted On June 2, 2015
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The following content is featured this month:
- In Computers in Libraries, Ayyoub Ajmi talks about his library’s experience with URL injection (an attack targeting individuals and small organizations with the sole goal of spreading malware and promoting shady businesses).
- In Information Today, Anthony Aycock advises aspiring law librarians on four important aspects of the job: whether they need a law degree, what training is helpful, what books and blogs are good resources, and how to be attractive to potential employers.
- In Marketing Library Services, Jillian Kalonick shares how United for Libraries, the ALA division dedicated to Friends, trustees, and other support groups, has been training advocates as part of a grant from the Neal-Schuman Foundation. Kalonick describes 10 tips that she and her colleagues have been teaching in order to help as many groups as possible learn to fight for their local libraries.
- In Online Searcher, Edward Vawter presents an in-depth look at how to protect your computer, smartphone, and other devices from being compromised. Basically, he says, it's all about your passwords: how you pick them and how you store them.