Spoken like a person who has not been to a library in a long long time! Libraries will only become obsolete when people stop caring about getting quality information. And yes, libraries do serve all segments of the population! Not just those priveldged enough to be able to afford internet access and tech gadgets. If that makes us “quaint” then we should all be lucky enough to be called so! I, for one, am proud to be associated with an institution that provides so much for so many!
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