Back in June, I blogged about Google finally offering an interface to search only Google Print material. Today, Google announced that they're continuing to offer new Google Print search tools with the release of country-specific interfaces to the Google Print database.
Interfaces for Google Print are now available for 14 "English-language" countries:
Trinidad and Tobago
So, what's the difference between these new interfaces and simply going to the main interface? These new country-specific interfaces will, in many cases, include links to "local" online booksellers in addition to links to Amazon, B&N, etc. Local pricing is also provided. The underlying results remain the same independent of which interface to Google Print you use. Additionally, direct links to materials from the Google Print database will now be viewable in a one-box at the top of web results pages on each "local" domain site.
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