This photo of one corner of the FutureLawyer's office library was taken this morning. I walked out there to look for a client's corporate book, and was struck by the fact that I couldn't remember the last time I opened one of the old leather covered books. I acquired the oldest part of the set from a retiring lawyer many years ago; I can remember making payments on them for years. I also have not so fond memories of hours spent in the library inserting paper pocket parts into secondary source books. Now, this room is used for closings, and depositions, and conferences with larger groups of clients; but, it really isn't a library anymore. I wax nostalgic for the look of books strewn all over the room, and the smell of musty old volumes. Now, I never leave the computer screen. What have we wrought? I invite my readers to contribute photos of their libraries, if they still have them. Some of you are too young to remember books, right?