A New Alternative to Google Print

The Open Content Alliance is launching today, with plans to make thousands of books, multimedia files and other materials freely searchable and accessible and online. Unlike Google Print, however, anyone adding content to the Open Content Alliance must have permission from copyright holders.

Gary has more on the new initiative, including comments from one of Google Print’s harshest critics, in A New Digital Library Alliance Makes its Debut.

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