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"USB drives" on sale now at MPL

Tired of those unreliable floppies that never seem to work
and can only hold a tiny amount of information?? Then......
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Purchase a Milwaukee Public
Library USB drive today for $10 and get as much memory in just one
256mb USB drive as you do in 180 floppy disks!
The MPL USB drive can be used on library computers to store
documents, photos, musical files and more.

Available at all MPL circulation desks

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Comments (2)

BG:

Nice.

Gary Rebholz:

Speaking of libraries and technology, it would be great if the library could sponsor a "meet the Kindle*" session for those of us who are curious about that technology. Maybe Amazon would donate a Kindle to MPL?

*Amazon.com's "wireless reading device"

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