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I found more than one video with a library related topic and polled some friends to see which video was the best. This one won... The masses have spoken. I could have overruled them, but including a video with censorship issues may spark a debate on the topic and I believe that the risk is worth it.
I have spent many hours surfing the internet and watching Youtube videos. This assignment took me away from my usual topics of interest and put me on a more productive course. It is nice to see that some of the uses of Youtube are productive and somewhat enlightening. I found a useful video addressing the reference interview as well as a video with a superhero librarian. The superhero librarian was being used to promote reading to children and the library was giving out free comic books to kids during an event hosted by this powerful librarian heroine. I also could have used this comic book hero to discuss censorship in the 1940 and 50 when comics were banned in many cities and towns in America (many librarians at the time supported the bane), but i did not think this was common knowledge among my classmates. Ray Bradbury and Fahrenheit 451 seemed like a better avenue to approach the topic from. My feelings of doubt about sharing this video also helped me in making the choice, you need a little controversy in order to start a good debate. Marcel Duchamp's "Fountain" would not have been as powerful an object had it been an umbrella.