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July 3rd, 2009


As a kid, I remember going into the library and as soon as I crossed through the doors, it was whispering-only. If someone spoke in a regular voice, it sounded like someone was shouting.

Nowawdays, though, people may speak in slightly hushed tones in a library, but it’s really rare to hear anyone whispering anymore. Has anyone else noticed this? Is it a bad change or does it not matter anymore?

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alancordle July 13, 2009, 1:34 am

I’m a little late here. The pings got backed up in my reader. As a librarian/library employee before that for the past twenty years, I’ve seen the change first hand. No one gives a crapola about anyone else anymore. And as much as I want to say, “indoor voices,” that won’t stop the cell phones. S’ok, I won’t be _that_ bitter when I retire in 10-15 years.

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