Sunday, 9 August 2009

Issue 9 - Books give you access to great minds

9/Books give you access to great minds.

  • Do you have any experience of this?
  • Do you know of good research about this?
  • How do you feel about this?
  • How can 'Word Nerds' help on a local/National/International scale
  • How can we use the internet to help?
  • What do we know that could help governments to deal with this issue?


  1. We are willing to spend so much money on higher education, but books, are relatively inexpensive. On the internet, many classics are available to be read free of charge. If you can't afford to take classes at a university, let the great minds of history be your teachers. Between what's available on the internet and what you will find in your local library, you can get a very well-rounded education for free.

    I remember working at a library, when a woman who had been researching a topic that she had found interesting stopped off at the circulation desk to proclaim, "Libraries are great. You can learn anything you want."

  2. that's so true. Thanks for that. :)

  3. Not only can books give us access to great minds but books can also develop the great minds of tomorrow.


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