Reports on a symposium to discuss the findings of “Sustainable Economics for a Digital Planet: Ensuring Long-term Access to Digital Information” are available from Library Journal (“At Symposium on Sustaining Digital Information, a Call for Libraries To Step Up” and “Symposium on Sustaining Digital Information, Part 2: Economics and Reflections”) and Inside Higher Ed (“Uphill Battle on Digital Preservation”).
Stewart Brand’s summary of David Eagleman’s “Six Easy Steps to Avert the Collapse of Civilization” are available from the Long Now Blog:
1. “Try not to cough on one another.” …2. “Don't lose things.” … [more]
Finally, there is this: “How Green Is My iPad?” (The New York Times). The conclusion:
All in all, the most ecologically virtuous way to read a book starts by walking to your local library.Update: Webcast recordings of the symposium are available via OCLC.