Since I am a teacher, in fact, I would say that for many young persons in my orbit, any book is considered somehow old.
Such is a function of how machines are or are not transforming knowledge, or, at least, the perception of knowledge among
I have my own very strong opinions about all of this, but I am old and in the minority.
This site manifests this transformation of knowledge, especially in the dimension that those young persons who pose questions to us
may not readily recognize what effort originally went into the creation of such knowledge in a time of less swift communication....
It appears I should have clarified my comment concerning errors in some of our hobby-related books...I'm referring to instances where, for example, an EKI is referred to as an EKII (As in "Fighting Men of WWII-Axis Forces, David Miller 2007), or when we encounter the Panzer MkIV referred to as a Tiger, or when an M40 Stahlhelm is labeled an M35...
I am definitely not referring to period source material...