Scott Adams thinks libraries have an expiration date?

A friend of mine who knows I’m about to head out to Denver for the conference just sent me an e-mail with a link to the latest post on Scott Adams’ Dilbert Blog. The post is on old-fashioned words. Here’s an excerpt:

"Recently a friend joked about going to the library to help with his son’s school project. He said it felt like going back in time, to pre-Internet days. I wonder if libraries have an expiration date on them. I’m guessing yes."

I wonder if this will come up during Q&A at the keynote? It would be interesting to know why, or in what context, he thinks this.

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