The Johns Hopkins Gazette ran an article by William R. Brody. Mr. Brody writes about the advances of technology and how it will have an impact on how one retrieves information. But at the end of the article, the author states that "Massive information overload is placing librarians in an ever more important role as human search engines. They are trained and gifted at ferreting out and vetting the key resource material when you need it. Today's technology is spectacular — but it can't always trump a skilled human."
"Have you hugged your librarian today?"