USA Today – “David J. Loehr, a playwright who lives in southern Indiana, was taking his car to the dealership when a story on the radio caught his attention. A short science piece about “an obscure subject” gave him an idea for a new play. Ordinarily, Loehr would have had to make do with jotting down some notes or trying to remember his inspiration. But since he had his iPad with him, he bought a few books on the subject and downloaded them as soon as he got to the dealership. He started his research for the play right there, while his car was being serviced. “I can have all that research on a single tablet instead of carrying around 40 books,” Loehr said. Welcome to the future of books, where your entire library is as portable as a cellphone.