Posts tagged ‘Karen Schneider’

Don’t let the train leave the station without us!

If you have time to read only one thing today, this post on ALA TechSource is the one: Dear Library of Congress

Karen G. Schneider yet again comes up with a “Must Read” post that is sure to become to a classic in the blogosphere. So much food for thought in this post that I think I will have to read it twice. And her conclusion is spot on:

But in the end, after we conclude that the user is not broken, and that the tools we design must reflect this fact, and before the train pulls away forever… can we also agree that the first commitment to ease of access needs to include the right—forever, and always—to read?

March 7, 2007 at 1:04 pm


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