With each passing year, the relevance and need for physical law books seems to diminish a bit more. I haven't spent enough time in law firms lately to know where we are in this slow spiral into obsolescence, but I know the day is coming and books are slowly being disposed of.
It seems somewhat ironic to me that the blog post underlying this discussion comes from a law library, but the WisBlawg of the University of Wisconsin School of Law maintains a running list of clever uses for old books (other than reading them, of course). These include:
1. Turning them into "BookBags." Erie, Pa.-based law librarian Kathy Kelly turns outdated law books into purses and laptop computer cases (see above: patent pending!).
2. Turning books into... [MORE]Sphere: Related Content
Posted by Bruce Carton on March 8, 2010
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