Posts Tagged ‘ technology

Follow-up ATM for Books

So I contacted my sister to see if she had run across the book ATM mentioned in the last post. Alas, no. But here is what she did say:

No, I haven’t but what a great idea!  I still remember the library that was in a mall in Aurora, CO.  It was only temporary, because the main library building was being rebuilt, or something.  but i loved the idea of visiting the library at the same time as you could shop for shoes.”

Sounds like her and I are cut from the same cloth, no?

On similar note, the Boise PL is opening new branches in various venues like what my sister mentioned in Aurora, Co. See here: Library!  at Collister  – NOW OPEN

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A New ATM for Books Debuts

I think this is right by my sisters house. I am going to email her to see if she has seen this. I will let you know what I find out.

In California, a New ATM for Books Debuts – 2/26/2008 – Library Journal

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Evolution: Joystick, NES thumbpad, cellphone texting…

This is what it was about in 1990.

Now it is just graffiti for those of us that remember mix-tapes.

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