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Old 12-10-2012, 07:13 PM   #10
xendula
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My local library has 7 Nook STs that are preloaded with a few books of a specific genre each: one non-fiction, one YA, one romance, etc.
Apart from the non-fiction one, they are always gone. What I don't like too much about this is the fact that they are only exposing patrons to one specific brand, and the devices they are piloting won't even allow you to borrow any ebooks unless you have a computer at home and can transfer the books over. I fear that those Nooks, as well intentioned as they are, may end up being advertisement for B&N and generate sales for them, not help patrons learn how to borrow ebooks
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