The lines at America's public libraries are long and expected to get longer, not for books or videos, but for the internet, reports the Gannet News Service. Only 17 percent of libraries say they have enough computers to handle patrons' demands at all times, according to a new report from the American Library Association. This is despite branches adding more computers, expanding online services, and installing wireless capability for patrons who bring in their laptops. Libraries in South Carolina, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, and California reported the biggest crunch for computer access, according to the report. Nationally, 56 percent of libraries


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