"The greedy ghost understands profit all right. But that’s all he understands. What he doesn’t understand is enterprises that don’t make a profit, because they’re not set up to do that but to do something different. He doesn’t understand libraries at all, for instance."
How to make university admins care about their libraries. "In an age of continually growing digitization, globalization, and abundant information, the value of academic libraries is greater than ever before."
"Libraries aren’t just musty places to store books with librarians shushing anyone who makes a peep. They’ve become much more than that and the modern library is often home to sleek architecture and the latest technology. These 25 libraries, in no particular order, demonstrate how libraries have become part of the cutting edge of information management, design and Web technology, and all of them can help you get some ideas on how to bring your library into the future."
I don't think Education meant, (to Andrew Carnegy,) what Education means, to the people who are criticizing the idea that education is linked with meritocracy. If you want to see Andrew Carnegies idea of "Education," you have to read **Napoleon Hill**, who Andrew Carnegy *personally* instructed to educate Americans, rather than look to what some sociology professor thinks "educated" meant to Andrew Carnegy. Or listen to what Peter Drucker has to say about schools, or even Mark Twain, for that matter. How many professors, for example, know how to make a million dollars?