The Metalibrary is the collection of all human knowledge in recorded form, whether books, periodicals (popular and academic) film, tape, and so on, together with the means of accessing that information. The term was coined by Richard J. (Rick) Sutcliffe in the early 1980s. See http://www.metalibrary.ca The term is also used in some of his Christian Science Fiction.
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