Google's involved in another digital library program, this time one being backed by the US Library of Congress. The World Digital Library aims to collect the world's "rare and unique cultural materials" in a digital format to make them accessible to anyone. The program is being kicked off with $3 million in funding from Google. Today's SearchDay article, World Digital Library Project Announced, Backed By Library Of Congress & Google, has more details on the plan.
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