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Sunday, August 20, 2006
Refdesk Thoughts of the Day:
"There are times when I think that the ideal library is..."
"There are times when I think that the ideal library is composed solely of
reference books. They are like understanding friends—always ready to meet your
mood, always ready to change the subject when you have had enough of this or
-J Donald Adams
"Not to engage in the pursuit of ideas..."
"Not to engage in the pursuit of ideas is to live like ants instead of like
"Bored people, unless they sleep a lot..."
"Bored people, unless they sleep a lot, are cruel."