Check Out Google’s Actual Digital Bookshelf

By: Chris Crum - September 25, 2012

Danny Sullivan posted some photos and video from Google’s New York office – the company’s second largest. While there are plenty of cool things to see, the library section is probably the highlight. This includes a reading area, which is hidden behind a bookshelf. There are print books available, but there is also a digital bookshelf, which lets you select books to read via QR code and Google Books.

Sullivan shares this video showing it off. It’s pretty cool.

Check out Danny’s post to see what else Google has in store at its New York location.

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