The Information Game

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Publication date: 1 December 1982


OUR elder son, a fledgling Frank Johnson on a provincial daily newspaper, frequently telephones his reference enquiries home rather than directing them to his paper's library or his friendly neighbourhood one. He does this because he gets priority service from his Ma; and she is happy to oblige because she can, at the same time, check up on his diet and the state of his laundry.


Shallow, R. (1982), "The Information Game", New Library World, Vol. 83 No. 12, pp. 183-183.

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