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Doonesbury sums up the web

Q: Hank, what's a web site?
A: It's an Internet presence.
Q: What's on it?
A: It doesn't matter. Build it and they will come...
Q: Why do we need one?
A: Because the technology exists. Also, everyone else has one.
Q: What's my motivation?
A: Fear. Greed. Take your pick.

Charles Eliot's Harvard Classics (now at archive.org), 5-foot shelf of books and a shelf of fiction. 15-minutes per day for a year to a liberal education. In Fifteen Minutes a Day, The Reading Guide, Dr. Elliot is quoted as saying "...I had more than once stated in public that in my opinion a five-foot -- at first a three-foot -- shelf would hold books enough to afford a good substitute for a liberal education to anyone who would read them with devotion, even if he could spare but fifteen minutes a day for reading."


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