The physicality of books

Michael Paulus has a good piece today over at Curator magazine on the defense of a personal library and physical books:

I recently moved and repeated a routine that has accompanied every move I have made since I got married defending my personal library. Every time we move, and are confronted with the effort and expense of moving so much paper, my wife asks the quite fair question, Do you really want to keep all these books? Since I am a keeper of books both professionally as well as personally, I consider this to be a serious and profound question. It goes beyond my personal preferences and peculiarities and gets to a fundamental question being asked of libraries in the digital age: Do we need to keep all these physical books?

Keep reading "Defending My Library."