I don’t trust ANYBODY else to hold my digital content because nobody else has the same authentic vision that has taken it to the scale you have.

Don’t let them get you down, Brewster!  You’re doing excellent work by sticking to your vision!  Its part of the original vision of the Internet, from WAY back when it was the Intergalatic Pan… something or other from the 1963 founding memo.

Yes, there will be activists and hackers alike and governments trying to do their damages but each time you learn something new.  It *is* possible to stand tall and proud to the original vision and you have a LOT OF PEOPLE who are behind you.

True freedom of information has other pricetags:  A war that will someday be over, people that are caught up in the moment-to-moment affairs of whatever cause they’re behind, seeing the small rather than the big picture…   a Library stands the test of Time.

I’m counting on you at the very least.  I don’t trust ANYBODY else to hold my digital content because nobody else has the same authentic vision that has taken it to the scale you have.

Libraries have always been controversial places:  to me, it’s a sign you’re doing it right.

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