David Byrne's library

As part of his Meltdown Festival, David Byrne is allowing members of the public to borrow 250 of his pwn music books: http://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2015/ju...

Borrowers are allowed to take them home - as from a real library - but are expected to leave a credit card number. Still, he expects some to go missing. How many people will be tempted to keep a book owned, and perhaps annotated, by David Byrne?!

I once borrowed and failed to return a book from my school library (mainly because the library ceased to exist due to imminent school closure, so I won't accept full responsibility for my actions, or rather, inaction). I still feel somewhat guilty about it. In case you were wondering, it was James Joyce's Ulysses. And yes, I read it - about 20 years after taking it!