Posts tagged bookless library
BiblioTech bookless library in San Antonio proves very popular
January 3, 2014 | 6:41 pm
San Antonio seems to have a thing for bookless libraries. First, the University of Texas in San Antonio opened the nation’s first bookless library in 2010. Then a San Antonio judge had ambitions of opening the nation’s first bookless public library system last year. Turns out he was successful. Local NBC affiliate NBCDFW has an article on the library system, which has been in operation for four months now and may surpass 100,000 visitors by the end of its first year. Opened in a low-income neighborhood, the library full of iMacs, iPads, and e-readers helps bring literacy and the...
The First Bookless Public Library is Coming to San Antonio
January 13, 2013 | 4:26 pm
We knew it would come this ... eventually. Did we not? Honestly, I figured we had a good five years ahead of us before libraries began opening their doors with nary a physical book in sight. Shows what I know. From Gizmodo this afternoon comes the half shocking, half predictable news that the Bexar County satellite office, which sits about seven miles south of the Alamo, will soon become one of the nation's first bookless libraries. A Bexar County judge by the name of Nelson Wolff is the self-described book lover who came up with the idea, which isn't actually limited to just...