Librarian-titillation TV

The Harold B. Lee Library, at Brigham Young University, is a premier producer of titillating television programs for librarians.

This program, called “The Many Stations of Book Preservation,” is no less than eight minutes, twenty-five seconds of variegated stimulation for persons who find hope or dread in the perils and pitfalls of book decay, destruction, or preservation.

It is no more than eight minutes, twenty-five seconds of variegated stimulation for persons who find hope or dread in the perils and pitfalls of book decay, destruction, or preservation.

It is exactly eight minutes, twenty-five seconds of variegated stimulation for persons who find hope or dread in the perils and pitfalls of book decay, destruction, or preservation.

Here’s an older, lower-key thriller of a video: Arthur P. Twogood’s “The Librarian“:

BONUS: Ennui amongst Chinese librarians

BONUS: Happy workers (and Slough, too)

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