The world's first library without books will open in the US
In the autumn of 2013 in the Texas city of San Antonio will open the world's first library, which is not books. BiblioTech become the world's first public library, where regular books will be completely replaced by electronic.
The initiator of the project was a local judge Nelson Wolff. According to him, the creation of an electronic library of his inspired reading of the biography of the founder of Apple Steve Jobs, written by the former head of CNN and editor of the weekly The Time Walter Isaacson.
At first, the library will be about 100 devices for reading electronic books. They can be used in the reading room and take home for a certain period. In addition, everyone will be able to come to BiblioTech with your device, and download your favorite book in it.
"The library will be completely free. The only thing that, perhaps, will be charged, - printing materials, "- said the author of the project.