Google Plans to Digitize Millions of Library Books

Google's founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, have long vowed to make all of the world's information accessible to anyone with a Web browser. Today that vow will come closer to being implemented as Google will sign an agreement with some of the nation's leading research libraries and Oxford University to begin converting their holdings into digital files that would be freely searchable over the Web. Harvard, the University of Michigan, Stanford and the New York Public Library are some of...

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