Thursday, September 20, 2012
Good, Sound and Helpful - the purpose of Libraries
The Guardian offers from its archive an article on Libraries, 20th September 1922. It says that the purpose of Libraries is to distinguish the good, sound, and helpful from what was vulgar, pernicious, and futile. This task is surely the same one that we face today amid a chaos of internet content. Guidance should surely be offered to help us select and distinguish. For the full article click here.