While Libraries Face Constant Cuts, They’ve Become More Popular

Scott William Carter   February 19, 2014  

Anna Clark has a nice write-up on the increasing popularity of lbiraries across America, even as their budgets are constantly under assault:

Whether you chalk it up to the rise of the Digital Age or a diminished public commitment to shared services and a common wealth, a casual observer might think that American libraries are hopelessly old-fashioned—if not dying altogether.

Ironically, the best-kept secret about America’s libraries is that they are wildly, deeply, and incontrovertibly popular …

Read the rest at “Who Says Libraries Are Going Extinct?” at PSmag.com.