Books: In Bogotá, rethinking access to the public library

We read on buses (and trains and planes and subways*), so Bogotá is taking the logical next step in putting books where we use them.
One thing about travel, it opens your mind to new thinking even about common things that might seem settled until they are presented to you in a new way.

* The Underground New York Public Library is a virtual gallery featuring the reading-riders of the NYC subways. The New York Public Library, the real one not the virtual one, maintains its smallest branch in the Metropolitan Transit Authority located down a flight of stairs, just outside the turnstile entrance to the No. 6 train on the northwest corner of Lexington Avenue and 50th Street.

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