Press: “Five ways the DPLA can fix itself—while reshuffling the current crew, not banishing anyone”

Posted by DPLA on June 20, 2011 in Press.

“What a joke is the Harvard-hosted Digital ‘Public’ Library of America. Imagine—closed steering committee meetings of the so-called public library group, just like the Porcellian Club. And meanwhile the DPLA is a mess on the whole, caught between the oft-conflicting needs of public and academic libraries.

“But fixable? Absolutely if the DPLA leaders will open up their minds. Here’s a five-part plan.”

From David Rothman’s post on, “Five ways the DPLA can fix itself…”