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"It's about adding additional functionality"

A comment from John Blyberg caught my eye on Michael Stephen's piece on the Talis whitepaper in ALA TechSource.  I wish I had made my concerns so crisp and clear as John does when he says:

Library 2.0 is not about replacing 1.0 technology. It's about adding additional functionality and if that is threatening to some people, then it means it's good technology.

Be sure to read John's piece titled ILS Customer Bill of Rights.