CASPER, WY -- Forget partying like it's 1999, a Wyoming bookstore wants customers to live like it's 1993: sans personal electronics.
Owner Vicki Burger has banned Wi-Fi and electronics in her bookstore, Wind City Books, in an attempt to get customers to actually read books (imagine that!), reports KTWO-TV.
A sign posted on her storefront asks customers to leaver their cell phones and computers in their bags as they enter "a place for books."
"Take a break. Live like it's 1993. Emails can wait," the sign reads.
According to Burger, customers have wholeheartedly embraced her rules, saying the bookstore is an oasis of peace and quiet.
Bookstore bans Wi-Fi, makes customers read books