To Restore Civil Society, Start With the Library – The New York Times

Libraries are an example of what I call “social infrastructure”: the physical spaces and organizations that shape the way people interact. Libraries don’t just provide free access to books and other cultural materials, they also offer things like companionship for older adults, de facto child care for busy parents, language instruction for immigrants and welcoming public spaces for the poor, the homeless and young people.

Source: Opinion | To Restore Civil Society, Start With the Library – The New York Times

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Social Networks

social networks

Social networks are so influential that a seemingly-harmless action taken by you might adversely affect the destiny of another.

Be very careful.

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