The Verge says:
The first paragraph goes like this:
Bexar County, Texas says that it will open the first 100 percent digital public library system in the country, unveiling plans for its first location this past week. The plan has been in the works for a while, headed up by Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, who says he was inspired to create a digitally native library while reading Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs.
I know that the first 100% digital public library is on the horizon, but I think this is just too soon. There are way too many materials that simply aren't yet available digitally for this plan to work, unless your library exists just to loan free copies of 50 Shades of Grey e-books to the public.