Reading in London

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In praise of the London Library Consortium’s reservation service

A recent article by James Surowiecki about paper versus e-books in the New Yorker got me thinking about how people read in London. His main point is that despite the relative failure of Barnes and Nobles’ Nook e-reader, there is still a massive appetite for ‘real’ books in the US. And I think that it’s … Continue reading

As seen on the Time Out London blog

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