Leslie DeLoose, reference and community services librarian for the Richmond Memorial Library in Batavia, New York, writes a monthly column for The Daily News. In today's edition, she included an encouraging statement:
' Early word is that Kindle owners will be able to borrow eBooks from the library in September. This is on the library’s webpage and is administered through OverDrive. Watch for details. '
I didn't find it on their webpage, but her written word is definitely good to read.
She may be basing it on Overdrive CEO Steve Potash's dropped hint at their Digipalooza event, or she may, in her position, know more (which is very likely),and it's stated in a definite way, so there is hope, at least here :-)
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