Google goes to the Library

by Ka Edong on December 1, 2005

From MX, a publication given out for free in the afternoons in Sydney:

Google is giving US$4 to the US Library of Congress to help setup a system for creating digital copies of rare documents from around the world. This is the latest step in Google’s crusade to expand the amount of information that can be indexed by its search engine.

Google becomes the first business to back the World Digital Library, a concept that began to take shape about 5 months ago.

ka edong
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