Reading, of course. But on one of the new e-readers that will soon be available for loan. We'll tell you more about them once they are set up and ready to borrow.
If you already have an e-reader, you may download e-books from the library. You request them like any other book, and when they "come in" you download them to your e-reader. You'll need to download the program that Finger Lakes System uses called Overdrive - instructions here. And like any other library book, they're due back in 3 weeks. You may also check out audio books and music to download on your MP3 player - don't worry, though... they're also available in CDs for those of us who still use our CD players.