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PRESS: IN THE FLESH
Portraits of employees from The Buffalo News printed on top of collages of newspaper. By Max Collins.
As a former Post guy, this is so depressing. This is where Watergate became a thing. I mean, this building is two blocks away from the White House and moving it away from there means it’s not going to have that kind of significance anymore. The worst possible thing the Post could do right now is move to Arlington. It’s an old building and getting around it was like a maze, but it has its charms.
Insert the saddest emoticon ever. Time Magazine/TimeInc is looking into the same thing of its midtown Manhattan HQ.
Kathryn Zickhur, research analyst for the Pew Internet & American Life Project [via NYT]
The project’s latest report looks at the future of libraries and how the digital age might change our expectations for library services. 91% of Americans ages 16 and older say public libraries are important to their communities.