Bexar Biblio Tech

Bexar Biblio Tech
Bexar Biblio Tech — Bexar County’s now-famous, paradigm-shifting BOOKLESS Library.

I walked in on a slow afternoon, with rain clouds hitting rooftops, and asked, the librarian claimed it was “slow,” with barely half the workstations occupied.

Glanced at his wristwatch, “It’ll be busy, soon.”

The library, at the time, didn’t have 101 Zen Stories, but promised to look into it.

Online, library, first in a major metropolitan area, cool, yes, and the software, whatever update works well enough.

I have but one, serious complaint. Can’t “swipe-copy” more than a single word. Makes it harder, almost impossible, to copy down portions of a text that is evocative — or whatever.

Pricing eBooks, or, still free at the Library.

Bexar County Line

pinkcake cover

Kindle Edition



ISBN-13: 978-1434805751
A Commonplace Book (full text PDF & cut quotes PDF)

Unrelated:
“Another teaching of the Tao Te Ching is that intuitive insight surpasses rational analysis.”
Excerpt From: Hoover, Thomas. “The Zen Experience.”

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