The only quote and question I have is:
“When I look at books, I see an outdated technology, like scrolls before books,’’ said James Tracy, headmaster of Cushing and chief promoter of the bookless campus. “This isn’t ‘Fahrenheit 451’ [the 1953 Ray Bradbury novel in which books are banned]. We’re not discouraging students from reading. We see this as a natural way to shape emerging trends and optimize technology.’’
Ok, Headmaster Tracy, how many books have you read on a computer screen?
Nice work. Now, I'm going back to bed with the covers pulled over my head...for the whole day.