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Bexar County

Bexar County’s Library on a Cloud

Jan 22, 2014 By Edward Nawotka

BiblioTech, one of the country's first all-digital public libraries, aims to reach more readers by hosting their entire collection on the cloud. Patrons may choose from 18,000 digital titles and can check out Kindles, too.

Early Voting: Day Twelve (final numbers)

Nov 3, 2008 By Paul Burka

I am going to use this format to update daily the number of early votes cast in the fifteen counties with the most registered voters, ranked by the Secretary of State in the order of most to least registered voters. I am also going to include the numbers for the…