The joys of obsession
Can you imagine? Here I spent more than two weeks assembling, editing, revising, re-revising, re-editing, and finally preparing an oversize C&I about Library 2.0 and "Library 2.0"--and never once thought about Teleread.
Which, of course, didn't stop the inimitable David Rothman from assuming that my remark about national public library systems (based on Talis' white paper) must be an attack on Teleread, and proceeding to lambaste me not only on Teleread's blog but here as well--and somehow have me attacking ebooks, audiobooks, assistive technology, and who knows what else?
I've objected, of course, but I doubt that it will do much good. Geez, Rochelle, you drop by here: Could you maybe tell DR that some of us really don't think about Teleread 24 hours a day and don't find ways to insinuate opinions as coded messages?
I have not used any foul language in this post. That has been an effort.