Friday, June 24, 2005

Almost All Libraries in U.S. Offer Free Access to Internet - New York Times

Almost All Libraries in U.S. Offer Free Access to Internet - New York Times: "The study, which was conducted by researchers at Florida State University, found that 98.9 percent of libraries offer free public Internet access, up from 21 percent in 1994 and 95 percent in 2002. It also found that 18 percent of libraries have wireless Internet access and 21 percent plan to get it within the next year."
Sounds like the study was of public libraries, but I suspect theology libraries are not far behind the publics...