Thursday, July 21, 2011

Strange as it may sound, apparently there are as many newspapers today in the U.S. as there were around 1890, according to Stanford's visualization of newspaper publishing throughout the years.

Meanwhile, libraries are expanding their horizons. MP3 checkouts, for instance! And lots of e-books! And even a library on a canal boat!

Fellow grammar and spelling police, here is an article designed to cause teeth-gnashing; the word "literally" is being weakened through overuse. Literally!

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