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August 13, 2012


Jonathan Timm

Nice article, Brad. I've wrestled with the troubling state of affairs of libraries as well as I worked in one on and off for many years. Here's an article I wrote on the "obsolescence" question last year while I was working at a library: http://evanstonpubliclibrary.wordpress.com/2011/07/01/only-obsolete-definitions-of-libraries-are-obsolete/

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