So... the Internet is the library. But we need better non-centralized content hosting systems, that's for sure.
Note: when I talk about non-centralized content hosting systems, I do not necessarily mean anonymous ones. I realize anonymity is sometimes important, but it can be achieved in various ways (eg. if someone is willing to apply their name to a site/server/node/contentstream that hosts other people's anonymous content). It's much easier (and legally, much less prone to regulatory shutdown) to run a non-anonymous distributed store than an anonymous one.
One of the reasons I'm proud to work on Fiber is the symmetric uplink/downlink speeds that are better than you get with most centralized hosting. GFiber could be the ISP that finally allows real decentralized hosting to happen.
ssh+2FA to all your machines, anywhere, without opening firewall ports.