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At the Apple WWDC 2010 conference, Steve Jobs ended his keynote address with a slide that showed a street sign with an intersection between Technology and the Liberal Arts. This slide, for Jobs, “represents what Apple is all about. Apple is not just a technology company. Even though we have and invent some [...]
Can librarians crack jokes about the “death of libraries” and still be taken seriously in the age of digitization and globalization? I believe that the answer is Yes. Especially if we approach the so-called crisis in the humanities with the same dark sense of humor as Monty Python and Nikolai Gogol.
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