Friday, March 21, 2008

Article & Photos: The Internet Archive Keeps Book-Scanning Free

Wired magazine has nine photos with accompanying text about the Internet Archive's book digitization efforts. It is worth looking at.

Thanks to Disruptive Library Technology Jester for pointing this out.

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