Libraries 2.0.

/Libraries 2.0.

I have a soft spot for public libraries. I grew up reading at the one where my mom, now retired, worked. Like many, I hadn’t used my library card much since I started reading books on screens. But in the past few weeks, discovering my library’s e-book collection helped me reconnect with the power of the library card I felt when I was young.

It’s easier than you might think. At the typical public library, you need only log in with your card number and a PIN to its e-book collection, then search through the online catalog.

During online checkout, many will give you the choice to zap your borrowed book directly to a Kindle reader, a tablet or phone app, or a computer screen. When it’s time to “return” the e-book, it just disappears.

–Have you been to your local library lately?

2017-07-17T11:25:46+00:001st October, 2014|Tags: books|1 Comment

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  1. inkteller 1st October, 2014 at 12:51 am

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