Friday, August 1, 2008

The perfect marriage: library computing and flight delays

I'm late with this, but it's too good to pass up. In her Crowe's Nest Genealogy Blog, Elizabeth Powell Crowe passes on the press release from the Akron-Canton Airport and the Stark County District Library: they installed two kiosks using PCs retired from the library and retrofitted for free public use. The airport offers free wireless already, but this way non-wireless delayed flyers may have a chance to check their email...or check out that genealogy database they've been wondering about. Now don't you wish you were flying to Akron?

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