Why Books Aren’t Dead Yet

I spent my undergrad years painting dorm rooms to pay my tuition and graduated from college in 1976. After four years of pulling all-nighters to write papers and study for exams, my schooling was complete; I figured it was time to get an education. I set about reading all of the books that I never had time to read when I was a student and quickly amassed a formidable library of mostly paperback books. I went in for concrete-block-and-board shelves and lined the walls of a one-bedroom apartment in mid-town Omaha.

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