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Computerworld likes D.C. Library's new Digital Commons

Computerworld reports on the D.C. Public Library's launch of the Digital Commons, one of, if not the largest such spaces in the country. At this 11,000-square-foot space inside the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library downtown, patrons can use one of 80 computers, try out an e-reader, take a class, print out 3D models on a Cubex 3D printer, or more.

There's also a coworking space called the Dream Lab, where cardholders planning to start high-tech businesses can park themselves, make phone calls (in a library!) and more.

Read more from Computerworld here; if you'd like to see Elevation DC's (small) photo gallery of the grand opening of the Digital Commons, check out our Facebook gallery.
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