The abundance of and irreverence toward information

The abundance of and irreverence toward information

Earlier this week I snapped a picture of this pristine encyclopedia set comfortably sitting undisturbed on the library shelf.  It occurred to me that anyone that wanted to look something up would most likely take advantage of the several computers set up for their convenience.  As we live in the information age, I notice that the more available information is, the less it's valued.  Living in an on-demand society produces children with little patience and no regard for good old fashioned detective work (especially in a library).  I submit that the more someone works for something, the more it will mean to them; information is no different.  Let's teach children to appreciate buried treasure as digging it out brings greater value.

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