So I spent some time at my friendly local library the other day, and I guess the first thing that I noticed was how much the library has changed since I remember being there as a kid. First of all, at my library the main draw seems to be the Internet. Now, I understand that the library down the street from the Worldwide Headquarters is pretty small, and doesn't have a ton of books on hand. But they ARE part of a pretty impressive sharing network, so there really isn't much that you can't get your hands on if you are just a little patient. But no one other than some kids seemed to be checking out any books. Most of the people were either using the computers that the library provides to surf the Web (one lady was looking at a site in French, which she couldn't read, and one guy was looking at pictures of World War II airplanes) or people who were there just sucking off the free WiFi. In fact, there were power strips in every outlet, because I have seen it in the summer when there are literally more laptops than chairs and plugs. So somewhere along the way books just stopped being to focus.