Thursday, March 18, 2010

CILIP Manifesto

Can you call anything a manifesto these days? Even a bunch of tepid statements of the obvious?

Among the tautological statements in CILIP's manifesto: "Promote and protect the rights of users within copyright law, Build a successful knowledge economy, and Preserve the UK's digital cultural heritage."

Although, I suppose I shouldn't mock - nothing is a statement of the obvious in a country where community libraries are quite often in great peril these days.

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