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Tuesday, December 05, 2023

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Literary Market Place is the ultimate insider’s guide to the U.S. book publishing industry, covering every conceivable aspect of the business. Two easy-to-use volumes provide:

  • 54 sections organizing everyone and everything in the business—from publishers, agents, and ad agencies to associations, distributors, and events
  • More than 12,500 listings in all—featuring names, addresses, and numbers; key personnel, activities, specialties, and other relevant data; email addresses and websites; and more
  • Some 22,000 decision makers throughout the industry, listed in a separate “Personnel Yellow Pages” section in each volume
  • Thousands of services and suppliers equipped to meet every publishing need or requirement
2023-2024, 84th Edition | $479.50 | 978-1-57387-595-0 | softbound | 1,500 pp (2-volume set)

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How to Build AI-Powered Presentations with Tome and Gamma

Chad Mairn, Innovation Lab director and librarian at St. Petersburg College, explains how to leverage tools like Tome and Gamma in AI-generated presentations in this clip from his presentation at Internet Librarian Connect.

Disinformation: Why Does It Work, and What (If Anything) Can We Do About It?
by Dave Shumaker
Misinformation and disinformation underlie all of the other crises, issues, and controversies that contemporary society is dealing with. If we can figure out why misinformation and disinformation are so pervasive and so influential, and if we could mitigate or remove them, we'd be a lot closer to resolving the many important issues our society has to confront.

Weekly News Digests
Thomson Reuters Exec Makes AI Predictions for 2024
"Due to the ever-shifting landscape of Generative AI, leaders across industries must take stock of AI ethics and provenance. More specifically—once the hype has settled down—companies will need to examine their approach to the technology."
Merriam-Webster Defines Its Word of the Year 2023
"Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year for 2023 is authentic—the term for something we're thinking about, writing about, aspiring to, and judging more than ever."
The Library Marketing Show Advocates for a Social Media Pause
Angela Hursh, founder of the Super Library Marketing blog, posted a new episode of her video series, The Library Marketing Show, titled "It's Okay to Take a Break From Social Media! Here Are the Benefits of a Pause for Your Library."
AM Debuts Collection of Amnesty International Primary Sources
AM introduced a new primary source database, Amnesty International Archives: A Global Movement for Human Rights, which presents "the history of the leading human rights NGO, and how their activities intersected with other key events in the development of the idea of universal human rights."
Book Riot Recommends Affordable Book-Related Gifts
Kelly Jensen writes [the guide] "Gifts for Readers 2023: The Best Bookish Gifts Under $30" for Book Riot. ...

NewsLink Spotlight
Great Reads for 2024
by Brandi Scardilli
To mark the end of the year, NewsBreaks and Information Today contributors are sharing the (already published and to-be-published) books they loved in 2023 and are most looking forward to reading in 2024—whether for pleasure, education, or both. I hope this helps you find your next great read!

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