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Read your Kindle in a bookless library

A third of Americans now own an e-reader, and e-reading has become a more common than picking up a paperback. Universities like Florida Polytechnic are embracing the de-materialisation trend by opening libraries which offer no physical books and instead houses 135,000 e-books.

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