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J. C. R. Licklider

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One must be prepared to reject not only the schema of the physical library, which is essentially a response to books and their proliferation, but the schema of the book itself, and even that of the printed page as a long term storage device, if one is to discover the kinds of procognitive systems needed in the future.
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as cited in: Ching-chih Chen (1980) Quantitative measurement and dynamic library service. p.52

 
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