Libraries Explore Shuffle on Cards

WSJ – “Through a quirk of history, New York is one city with three separate library systems. Crossing their borders can be daunting: Each requires a separate card, and an interlibrary loan can mean a wait of up to a week. Now, officials are considering a plan to offer a single, seamless library account for all New Yorkers that would unify checkouts, returns, deliveries and even late fees for the New York, Brooklyn and Queens public libraries.”

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