An article at Gizmodo.com discusses a first in America, a library without physical books.
In a America’s first completely bookless public library opened in San Antonio this past weekend. That is, if you define a “book” as words printed on paper pages which are bound together with glue. But if you define “book” a bit more liberally, the new library has plenty them. Over 10,000 ebook titles, in fact. All of which can be accessed from their 900 e-readers, 57 computers, 40 iPads, and four touchscreen tables.
What is your take on this movement? Do you think this is something that will happen more often? Be sure to read the whole piece at paleofuture.gizmodo.com