Library can 'barely keep up' with e-book demand
When people think of digital books and e-readers, the library might not be the first place to come to mind, writes Adrian Weckler.
When people think of digital books and e-readers, the library might not be the first place to come to mind.
But up to 1,000 e-books per month are being lent out by Irish libraries, which can "barely keep up with demand for them", according to the county librarian at South Dublin County Council.
"It's proving massively popular with library customers," said Georgina Byrne.
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