May 19, 2003
Score One for the Commons

The Albert Einstein Library went live today, with 43,000 scientific, non-scientific, travel writings, correspondences and related items. It's a joint project between Caltech and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, CNN reports. The works are copyrighted and reproduction is restricted, but how absolutely cool for scholars, students, scientists, as well as the future of innovation and creativity to have these 3,000 digitized manuscripts along with 40,000 other documents available for the advancement of our culture and science, so easily and clearly on the Internet.

Posted by Mary Hodder at May 19, 2003 07:49 PM | TrackBack
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