The other week I saw an eye-catching photo of a college library in The Wall Street Journal.
The library has a unique dome on the outside and something even odder on the inside: no books.
Some say it's the forerunner of things to come.
Digital libraries, we're told, are the wave of the future.
They are already appearing in Boston, Texas and Washington, in addition to right here in my Florida backyard, so to speak.
The Florida Polytechnic University in Lakeland, Florida, just opened a new library with not a book in sight. Everything is digital.