I expect some of you are aware that public libraries are one of
the current ground zero targets in campaigns to require filtering
on computers able to access the internet.
I'm interested to hear your views and ideas about the nature and
extent of responsibility which public libraries have, and about
creative means to simultaneously meet our commitments to
intellectual freedom, social responsibility, and public service.
St. Cloud, MN
"there is such a box. a magic box. it's called a server."
-- IBM ad, NY times.
"when powering your Net, keep in mind that our servers work
way harder than their servers. Slackers."
-- Sun Microsystems ad, NY times.
"I sleep in a drawer!"
slack.net motd, 6/29/99
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