Disappearing Moment is written by Brett Bonfield, a librarian living in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is dedicated to two ideas:
- Save the time of the reader (one of the Five Laws of Library Science established by S.R. Ranganathan)
- In music, as in everything, the disappearing moment of experience is the firmest readly (a quote by Benjamin Boretz)
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- Other Reading;
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