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Do We Still Need Libraries?

Do We Still Need Libraries? | Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) | Scoop.it
The New York Times is running one of its Room for Debate series on the future of libraries.  The four debaters (so far) are Luis Herrera, director of the San Francisco Public Library (and a board m...

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Perhaps a new and dynamic role as a server to Home Libraries of the future?

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Interessanter Blogpost von John Palfray zur New-York-Times-Debatte "The future of libraries". Stellt 10 Schritte zur Diskussion, um Bibliotheken zukunftsfähig zu machen.

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Culture Content is Community King, but it is CULTURE-as-a-SERVICE (CaaS) that...co-produced Customer Experiences! Lets Go Co-Create!
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - The Path of Nature:
French Paintings from the Wheelock Whitney Collection, 1785–1850

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French, Wheelock Whitney, nature (RT @metmuseum: “The Path of Nature” features paintings by French artists lured to Italy by its landscape, history, & living culture.
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Do We Still Need Libraries?

Do We Still Need Libraries? | Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) | Scoop.it
The New York Times is running one of its Room for Debate series on the future of libraries.  The four debaters (so far) are Luis Herrera, director of the San Francisco Public Library (and a board m...

Via John Shank
Ritchie O'Farrell's insight:

Perhaps a new and dynamic role as a server to Home Libraries of the future?

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Felicitas Isler's curator insight, January 5, 2013 12:07 PM

Interessanter Blogpost von John Palfray zur New-York-Times-Debatte "The future of libraries". Stellt 10 Schritte zur Diskussion, um Bibliotheken zukunftsfähig zu machen.

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“The Value of Culture” Revealed in a New BBC Radio Series by ...

“The Value of Culture” Revealed in a New BBC Radio Series by ... | Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) | Scoop.it
Your presence here indicates that you have an interest in culture. But what, exactly is culture? I've long addressed that perhaps too-broad question with a.
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Culture defined as "the best of which has been thought and said".

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New Egyptian company explores culture through fashion - Al-Arabiya

New Egyptian company explores culture through fashion - Al-Arabiya | Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) | Scoop.it
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New Egyptian company explores culture through fashion
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Gozoor is a newly-established Egyptian company that explores the country's identity and culture through fashion, local media reported.
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It's not always about the money | David Airey, graphic designer

It's not always about the money | David Airey, graphic designer | Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) | Scoop.it
“He asked if I ever traded services, as he needed some design work done and wondered if I needed anything done around the house. In fact, I did. I live in an old house with splintered wood in one spot, so I traded for minor ...
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That was then, it was a professional barter arrangement...and now? There is scope for Cultural Exchange.

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Are services traded differently? | vox

Are services traded differently? | vox | Culture-as-a-Service (CaaS) | Scoop.it
Are services traded differently? Andrea Ariu, 23 December 2012. International trade is traditionally thought of as goods crossing borders. Trade in services, however, is becoming increasingly important for high-income countries.
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"In the near future services can possibly become the main component of world trade."  I believe it will do.

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