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The Noble Amateur?

Not to be mean or to pile on (because really, law school has left me with maybe 5-10 minutes this year to both read and care about Michael Gorman's controversies), but I wonder if the fondly-thought-of former Prez of ALA has 1) heard about this book and 2) started fuming that he hadn't written it himself ...

I am curious enough about it to consider buying it, if only to see how the author sustains a 200+ page critique of Web 2.0. First though, I may do a Technorati search -- see what the blogosphere is saying about the book. ;> (yes, it's a lame joke ...)