Trying something new: cataloging or metadata quotes of the day. First one up:
"Few minimalists, however, have any strategy other than doing less and calling it more, faster, cheaper and even better. Instead of accepting the challenge to study the impacts of leaner records and arguing for the value of information creation, most advocates of less-than-full cataloging accept the financial situation and seek to cut services, all the while claiming that nothing is lost ... What is diminished in every case is access, and it is the user who suffers the increased cost in time and effort."
David Bade, Responsible Librarianship: Library Policies for Unreliable Systems, pp. 48-49