Google & Harvard to make public domain books available online
Very cool! Google and Harvard University are collaborating to digitize the text of 40,000 public-domain volumes (out of 15,000,000 volumes altogether) in Harvard's libraries and put them online. Google has similar agreements with Oxford, Stanford, the University of Michigan, and the New York Public Library [via Bob's Junkmail]..
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