Sir Isaac Newton is best known for his Law of Universal Gravitation, but the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about Newton is his quote: “If I have seen further, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.” Sadly, there is no “Law of Giant Shoulder-Standing”, but I think we should consider making one (after enlisting someone to come up with a better name, of course).
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Libraries, though they have evolved over time, are still an integral part of the curation of information. Over thousands of years to the present day, they have remained a place that houses a collection of information for people to reference. Despite how they vary, there are some universalities that remain the same.
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Libraries have been around since the ancient world (3rd millennium BC, no joke) as a way to document, record, and archive. They precede other community institutions like hospitals and schools because of the sheer magnitude their job of preserving history holds.
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