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BiblioTech: The First Bookless Library January 14, 2013

The Bexar County, Texas satellite office. The future home  the first bookless library. Photo: Kin Man Hui, San Antonio Express-News You knew it was coming and I am not sure how it is going to last but here it is. The first bookless public library system in America.  The name is a play on the Spanish word for library — biblioteca. artist’s conception of what the interior of the BiblioTech It was the brainchild of Bexar County…

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E-readers: "Our ticket back to widespread smarts?" July 9, 2012

 While I am not so sure that e-readers are “our ticket back” to a more literate-leaning society it does seem that the small percentage of Americans (28%) that own one seem to be reading more. Created by: and while we are on the topic – check out this bus that was created by the ad agency TDA Boulder for Colorado’s non-profit ACE Scholarships. Should we be providing free e-readers to all high-school students?

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