I couldn't remember the name of this site, and lo and behold, there it is was in American Libraries. The Internet Archive preserves how the web used to look, thus I have reconnected with the early look (and that little bit of missing content) of Capital City Desk. American Libraries quotes the Internet Archive's founder on the physical space libraries occupy: "Records did not kill concerts and VCRs did not kill theaters. Books are not dead, and the library will continue to be a rich space for learning and discovery."
Shout out to Barrie Lee, finishing Rare Books School today. Thanks for keeping me up to date on digital issues -- and thanks for dinner. To follow up one of our threads: Wikipedia defines open source in terms of "projects" as well as software. It describes itself as "openly edited" and "openly accessible."