"Expired, Tired and Wired"
A couple days ago USA Today published an article about how libraries are adapting to the Internet. The article focused mostly on the availability of computers. A number of patrons were interviewed. One had this to say:
"You should be able to walk into any library and find Internet service ...."
That statement made me cringe a little, but I didn't really know why until later when a co-worker (and co-blogger) referenced Wired magazine's monthly "Expired, Tired and Wired" feature. Then it hit me.
TIRED: Finding Internet service in a library.
WIRED: Finding a library in the Internet
Any suggestion on what has "Expired?"
Thanks to Resource Shelf for pointing out the article.