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How I would Design the Library of the Future
How would I design the library of the future? I would probably have an area where you would go, and just say the name of a book or author that you want to get or get a book from, and then you get your book from a slot, and the machine suggests books that it thinks you would like, considering the book/author you just picked. There would also be very comfortable chairs, and another area where you could go to and order a drink or a cookie that would make you not tired at all, and tasted sweeter than honey. There would also be coffee, because the adults might not want the “sleep cookie.” And there would be beautiful, soft, blankets. There would be a couch, and if there were too many people on it, but you wanted to sit on it, would immediately extend for a spot where you would have your space, and could kick your feet up. There would be some tiny microscopic robots, who if you spilled what you were drinking or eating on your book, or anywhere, they would clean it up, with the puddle/crumb disappearing right before your eyes. The librarians would be sweet, and they would have read every book in the library, and they were all old ladies with glasses. That is what my “library of the future” would be. There would be lots of window seats. There would be tons and tons and tons of books in the library, from cooking to talking pop-up animal books to encyclopedias! You would never get bored at this library! (unless you can’t read or HATE books, which no one hates books!!!)
Article posted September 30, 2011 at 08:21 AM •
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