I subsequently saw an article about robots tending the library stacks
at Johns Hopkins University and another about deploying these robot librarians.
We placed the drawings and written comments in plastic sleeves and displayed them at the end of library stacks
and on walls.
I could always find solace in the library stacks
and the new and exciting materials (probably irrelevant) I was finding.
This book is, however, more the type of resource one would retrieve from the library stacks
than have on the shelf for handy reference.
Langer first stumbled into the field of graphology at age 11, when he was perusing the public library stacks
in his native Brooklyn.
retrieving and printing articles directly from electronic files rather than obtaining print issues from library stacks
Saberhagen isn't out to impress readers with "deep thoughts" from the library stacks
or the "deep discoveries" by the Hubble Space Telescope.
The vision is grand: a world of literature, history, photographs, movies, and maps open, free of charge, to any curious mind that wants to meander through the electronic equivalent of library stacks
But as we all are aware, computer networking has extended the ivy-covered walls of the university to world-wide proportions, expanded library stacks
into global databases, and enabled everyone to be a publisher (or at least a document supplier).
Compact shelving offers the opportunity to house more materials in less space but also carries new operating costs, somewhat akin to the older system of paging that was used with closed access library stacks
As we start to leave the library stacks
, Gruntorad strokes the side of a large metal storage cabinet.