SAN ANTONIO (January 3, 2014) Bexar County’s new $2.3 million library has no books, but instead is filled with rows of glossy iMacs, iPads and hundreds of tablets that are available for checkout.
BibiloTech is the nation's first and only bookless public library, a distinction that has attracted scores of digital readers as well as officials from as far away as Hong Kong who want to learn about the concept and take some ideas home.
All-digital libraries have been on college campuses for years, but the county made history when it decided to open BiblioTech in a strip mall.
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