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  1. Google Books Makes a Deal with France's Top Publisher

    The agreement will allow Google to digitize and scan books from Hachette's library of copyrighted but out-of-print texts, The New York Times reported. Hachette Livre, the publishing company that holds a quarter of the French market, signed an...

  2. Google–British Library Partnership to Digitize 250,000 Books

    Google will then take and digitize those works, making them available for non-commercial use to anyone who cares to take a gander on Google Books. The Google Books project has scanned over 12 million books, largely thanks to the 40-plus libraries...

  3. Search Marketing's About People and Principles, Not Just Algorithms, Part 1

    Library to digitize many historical resources. It hasn't escaped the mainstream press either, nor the authors of recent books on the industry (John Battelle, David Vise), that the search marketing industry is about people and the way they interact...

  4. HarperCollins To Digitize Own Books; Unclear How That Will Feed Into Book Search Engines

    HarperCollins To Digitize And Control Its Book Content from the Wall Street Journal looks at HarperCollins saying it will digitize its active backlist of 20,000 titles and up 3,500 books per year. So is HarperCollins going to put the full text...

  5. Looking for Revenue Opportunities in Microsoft's Plans to Digitize British Library Materials

    In an exclusive Information World Review interview: BL opens up to Microsoft and reveals revenue aims, Alistair Baker, Microsoft's UK managing director, talks about both parties [The BL and Microsoft] investigating new business opportunities in...

  6. Harvard's Involvement in Google Library Project

    While the academic and library research value of the Google Print project is massive and Google should be commended, it's important to remember that Google's plan to digitize this massive amount of material is about selling books (in various...

  7. Learn About Open Content Alliance Book Scanning at the University of Toronto

    Ridolfo is part of a massive undertaking to digitize the world's books. In a Wall Street Journal article published today titled: Building an Online Library, One Volume at a Time, you'll meet Liz Ridolfo, a scanner at UT who is digitizing books.