Discovery seems to have taken the library world by storm, and rightfully so! At a time when information proliferation and easy searching (Google) have led researchers to believe that information is more than a commodity, that it is a right, Ranganathan’s ideals seem easier to obtain. In this technological era, perhaps to every book its reader should become to every search its finder? After all, our attention seem to be focused on search, almost ignoring the purpose of the search, which is to find and then to use information. If discovery works, do we all start to have more time to think about information use, rather than information discovery? And if so, does that change how we produce and distribute information?