RLG Programs has launched a new podcast series called “What Keeps You Awake at Night?” We are interviewing movers and shakers from libraries, archives, and museums and asking them what they find exciting or nerve-wracking. We also ask who is doing good work in advancing or combating the issue. But we don’t want you to toss and turn — we are attempting to keep the interviews short. 15 minutes is an ideal, but we can live with 20 minutes or so.
Our first offering is now up, an interview with Mark Dimunation from the Library of Congress. Those of you who know Mark know how passionate and articulate he is. Mark talks about the value of the physical artifact in an increasingly digital world. He also tells a tale of murder in the library.
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