Click My Link: March 12, 2013
Massachusetts Library Will Soon Begin Publishing Ebooks
New title radar for the week of March 11 (via Earlyword).
According to James Patterson, Alex Cross began as a female character.
Why your assumptions about used ebooks are wrong.
The curse of "you may also like": Algorithms and “big data” are good at figuring out what we like—and that may kill creativity.
Should universities offer 24-hour libraries?
Lonely Planet guide saves life of three boys.
Jeffrey Archer on the world's best private art galleries.
Scholar ghost-wrote Sweet Valley High books to pay her way through Oxford. (Too bad it had to be a "hidden life.")
Are traditional romance books "too smutty"? (Y'all know MY vote.)
Librarians and Happenstance voyagers, SXSW recap, days 2 and 3.
Vintage covers for Shelley's Frankenstein. (I'm a sucker for covers.)
Coming to a theater or VOD near you: Judy Blume's Tiger Eyes.
200 Significant Science Fiction books by Women 1984-2001.
Army's first interactive iPad book lets you finger swipe through Afghanistan.
Libraries Are For People via our friend @shinyinfo.
Anna's review of the 50 Shades trilogy.
Just for Fun:
Sherlock S3 starts filming next week!
Cast your vote for the Great American Novel.
School of Thrones! Possibly my favorite thing of the week.