Sunday, March 18, 2012

Philadephia paper on ebooks

So far, this article by the Philadephia Inquirer's editorial board is the best I've seen on the subject. In particular, I liked this: "Librarians rightly argue that they are spending dwindling public resources on e-books, so they should get a break. Part of their job is to help build a literate society, which is essential to a strong democracy. They also make a strong case that libraries generate business for publishers."

No comments:

jlarue.com - Welcome

In November of 2018, I left my position at ALA in Chicago to return to my Colorado-based writing, speaking, and consulting career. So I'...