Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Strange Bedfellows: Library & Airport

DearREADERS,
There is a reason why the Stark County Library system in Ohio is among the top 100 in the US. The staff & administrators certainly think outside the box.

This morning's PR Newswire reported on an agreement between the library and the Akron-Canton Airport to provide free web access terminals at the airport.

"If you are in a rush, there is no need to boot up your personal computer because CAK Free Web Access is available to all CAK visitors," said Rick McQueen, assistant airport director. "We are grateful to the library for providing this free service which certainly enhances passenger access to quick information." Two kiosks will be available for customer use; one in the ticket counter area and another beyond the passenger security checkpoint.

For more on the story, see: Stark County Library and Akron-Canton Airport Partner for CAK Free Web Access posted 2 July 2008.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
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