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Recession helps libraries

Interesting story in the New York Times on how people are turning to their local libraries for their reading (and viewing, since libraries carry DVDs these days) needs. Sounds great, doesn't it? But there's a catch - like every other organization/business/whatever, they're facing cutbacks.


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