CBS Philly reports on a new “virtual library” being operated by the Free Library of Philadelphia at Suburban Station; it consists of 76 “brightly colored” boards, containing codes that commuters can scan to download e-books and audiobooks down to their phones and tablets. “Free Library president Siobhan Reardonsays riders will find a sample of 80,000 e-books, 8,000 audiobooks, and 1,000 author podcasts at the Suburban Station kiosk throughout the month of April.” The Free Library says it believe this is the first virtual library located at a train station.
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