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Rebecca Miller on The MySpace Gap

If more of us in Libraryland, and I mean everyone from students to directors, considered MySpace and the like our places, we'd use them to influence the public's perception of libraries, pick up trends, sense the needs of patrons, and participate in communities beyond our walls in yet another way. We'd see these sites not as dangerous places but as the growing part of our lives that they have become.

The MySpace Gap, by Rebecca Miller, Library Journal, 15 September 2006.