This Chicago Tribune article talks about how libraries in the Chicago area are evolving.
“Books are still the primary way that libraries offer information. But the libraries in these communities are leading patrons down other roads by offering myriad classes and having the latest in technology that increases access to the world of information.
The reasons people use libraries have not changed, but the tools and means of conveying information have evolved.”
Reading the article reminded me of a discussion Shimon started a while back about the limitations of libraries these days.
Yet another seen on LIS News