The future of libraries is still being debated - like this:
"... move with the times to stay part of the times"
"... the citizen-focused services I think should be on offer"
"Libraries can't go on being merely traditional"
"...if she's ever stuck for an idea on how to run libraries, she visits Tesco"
"It's about moving from a service-driven economy to one that is about experiential learning"
"... sleepwalking into the era of the iPhone, the ebook and the Xbox without a strategy"
Books? Reading? Oh dear. How traditional, how contemptibly, merely traditional. It is obvious. We need a strategy. Another bloody strategy.