It’s catching. Now a local bookshop near the Museum is doing it. Moving shelves, I mean, or to be more precise, moving the contents of shelves. On my way to work this morning, I called in there to pick up a recipe book for a friend. I scanned the cooking shelves for the title. After a moment, it struck me as odd that a book about code breaking should be in the slow-cooker section. Come to think of it, where were the slow-cooker books, and what was a Spanish dictionary doing there, likewise a biography of Churchill? After a moment I worked it out. Just like the Research Library, the shop had been reconfiguring their shelves. Sure enough, a large “Reference” placard on the wall, replaced the “Cooking” sign. This, I eventually found on the opposite side of the shop. In their new setting, the familiar cookery titles looked different. I found the book I wanted, but like our Library user of yesterday, I felt disoriented.