What will librarians (or whatever the job title turns into) of 2069 refer to in their era about ours? My great-grandfather's cousin is 103 and still sharp as a tack and my grandmother's cousin in her 80s runs our family's genealogy website, so perhaps I'll be a ninety-somethingbrarian and get to offer my own perspective on whatever media we're using then!
(above is an embedded video which may not show up in RSS feeds, it's from the Internet Archive and not YouTube)
About 8 minutes and 10 seconds into the film is a perky medical librarian. I share an alarming similarity with her in that my medical terminology pronunciation is currently pretty awful although I'm slowly making progress.
I particularly like this quote that is 9 minutes and 25 seconds into the film.
You will derive satisfaction from a knowledge that your work is vital and essential in forming the kind of world in which you want to live.
I can only hope so. I'm doing my part and thankful that Brewster Kahle is doing the same on a much bigger scale.