argue that maintaining public
is pointless since they can be superseded by computer technology. While modern ways of obtaining knowledge do have some advantages, I believe that
still play a significant role in
On one hand, I agree that technology has fundamentally changed
's reading habits. These days, soft copies of
have gradually gained popularity and become the dominant version.
is because one can not only read them anywhere but
carry as many as he wants to, which is impossible in the case of hard copy.
, technological devices have enhanced the reading experience of users. Kindle, for an instance, is a gadget that has versatile features,
as screen brightness adjustment and night mode, catering to readers’ specific needs.
, the internet has granted
instant access to certain knowledge
of going through
in the old fashion way.
, despite all these advantages modern technologies possess, I believe
are still crucial for both individuals and the community.
, the sense of calmness and peace one receives in a library cannot be replaced by any high-end reading gear. There are many
who not only enjoy reading hard copy
but the tranquillity of the library as well.
, many students like to study in a library far from city hustle and bustle.
, not everyone can easily afford a personal computer or other reading gadgets. On
public services benefit them by providing
and internet access.
but not least, many municipal
are historic monuments; they are the display of culture and history and they witness the transition of
In conclusion, though I agree that computer technology has functions that could replace public
believe that It is imperative to keep and support public
in every community
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since they are more than just buildings full of