in defense of libraries, as if they needed defending
What’s the matter with Forbes magazine’s Tim Worstall? Did he never have a lovely afternoon in a hometown library? Has he never lingered in the stacks, thumbing through book after book, searching in a leisurely way to find the novel, history book, art book he was just exactly in the mood for?
Read “What the ‘death of the library’ means for the future of books,” an article from The Daily Dot, and deliver us from the tyranny of Kindle. How could the death of diversity–even in reading options–make for a better world? A world without libraries is a frightening thought.