El Cerrito Public Library (GC2YBXJ)
by Olaf Itoff

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N 37° 54.529 W 122° 18.232
( 37.90881666666667, -122.30386666666667 )

Location: California, United States
Hidden: 2011-06-16
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Camo'd nano. Coordinates are an average of several readings, also influenced by Google maps. May be a few feet off.

Most of the time we spend here is in picking up 'holds' or in returning materials. Still, the library is a significant part of our lives, a place we visit at least once a week.

With the internet, electronic readers, and recorded books rapidly advancing, we wonder what the future of the public library might be. In terms of vying for public dollars, something strong inside me would rather drive around potholes and eliminate lawmakers, if necessary, than see this service done in.

Below is one theory of how the public library may evolve. "Electronic Outpost?" Who knows? But, considering how long they've been around, it does seem somehow reasonable to view a library as a "life form" with "a survival instinct."
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