Geeky Goodness: The Tiniest Library Ever. Like, Ever.
Introducing... the book drive. Okay, that's not the official name, but it should be because it's a flash drive that holds 3,000 classic books. You've got Jane Austin, Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte, H.G. Wells and a lot more all in one little piece of technological wizardry. This is remarkable. 3,000 books! In a little... thing!
I know. I KNOW, okay? You like to hold the actual book. We all do. BUT--we all know that books can be expensive, and what really matters at the end of the day is the story. The preservation and sharing of stories is what keeps their lessons, and their characters immortal. What we have here is probably the most efficient method of keeping those stories safe and near. As Incredible Things said, "We live in the future because this is the first generation that has ever had access to a library full of 3000 books that only takes up 5 x 2.5 centimeters of space."
If you want to set a reading goal for yourself, this gadget will give you plenty of material to start with.
Heard through: Incredible Things
Original Source: Innovations