Visit to San Diego Public Central Library

Part of the iHive Incubator Posts Category.

On Saturday, February 14, 2015, my wife and I visited the San Diego Public Central Library. It is a beautiful architectural building filled with books, exhibits, and technologies.

The large windows and huge open spaces on each floor are inviting and relaxing. This is a unique place in San Diego, California.

As we walked around some of the floors I began to think this might become a focal point for exhibits on two of my favorite topics: Internet of Things (IoT) and CyberSecurity. The City of San Diego and the surrounding region are committed to both of those important 21st Century strategies.

I am a proud member of iHive and CyberTech, both highly visible groups encouraging the promotion and incorporation of IoT and CyberSecurity.

I would like to see this modern library become a place to meet and discuss how to help educate the public on those two topics, perhaps contain an exhibit as part of the San Diego focal point effort.

What follows are some of the pictures I took during my visit showing the inviting spaces the library contains. The last image is two of the library’s 3D MakerBot Replicator 2 printers in a room with other modeling devices as well.

Main Entrance

Floor Guide

Part of Main Floor

Large Study Room with a View

Part of 3D Printer Room

Thank you for your time in reading what I write.

Don

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About Don Larson

Using computer technology since June 1980.
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