The Left Hand Bookstore sold hard copies of socialist books in Boulder, Colorado for 30 years. It thrived and saw profit by selling literature. However, like many bookstores around the world, it is being encroached by the internet. Bookstores are being out competed by the advent of Kindle and other such online books. It has closed.
The purpose of this mini-documentary was to illustrate the epoch of change in how information is being transferred. In prehistory, knowledge was pass down orally around the campfire. This change when written language was invented. This tradition changed further with the discovery of the printing press. Now, a new epoch is at hand-- it is the internet. More information is readily available than ever before and hard copies of books is a thing of the pass. Hard copies of books are slowly disappearing and giving way to the internet superhighway.