Post-It Notes in Books?

Via today’s New York Times:

To the Editor:

Re “A Debunker on the Road to World War II” (Arts pages, March 4):

It’s odd and sad that Nicholson Baker, author of “Human Smoke: The Beginnings of World War II, the End of Civilization,” who takes second place to no one in his fetishism about all things ink-on-paper, should use Post-it notes as bookmarks in library books.

It is no secret that the glue residue they leave behind is harmful to paper.

John Sippel

Amherst, Mass., March 4, 2008

Posted by Chris

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