70,000 books from Cornell Libraries online now

<span>Today Cornell and the Internet Archive <a href=”http://news.library.cornell.edu/com/news/PressReleases/Cornell-University-Library-Partners-with-the-Internet-Archive.cfm”>announce</a> that over 70,000 public-domain books are <a href=”http://www.archive.org/details/cornell”>available free online</a> (many still to come).  These are beautiful books that are now available with no restrictions.   Thank you Cornell, Kirtas, and Microsoft.  The Internet Archive has reformatted and re-OCR’ed the books to be compatible with the books scanned by the Internet Archive and many of the other collections available on the <a href=”http://www.archive.org”>archive.org</a> site.</span>

Thank you to Anne R. Kenney, Oya Yildirim Rieger, William R. Kehoe Jr. all of Cornell; Jay Girotto, Danielle Tiedt of  Microsoft; Lotfi Belkhir of Kirtas; and Hank Bromley of the Internet Archive, for making all of this happen.

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4 Responses to “70,000 books from Cornell Libraries online now”

  1. Roberto Garcia Espinosa Says:

    I have no words to appreciate the availability of digitalized books. The project is awesome.

    Sincerely,
    Roberto Garcia Espinosa
    rgespinosa2002@yahoo.com

  2. OSWALDO MOORE PRADO Says:

    ME PARECE UN EXFUERZO MONUMENTAL DE NUESTRA CIVILIZACION ACTUAL!! COMPARABLE A LA CONSTRUCCION DE LAS PIRAMIDES DE EGIPTO, AL COLOSAL MACHU PICCHU, CONGRATULACIONES POR LA HUMANIDAD!!!
    OSWALDO MOORE PRADO
    PRESIDENTE ASOCIACION CIVIL
    “VIVO POR MAGDALENA”
    EN EL PACIFICO SUR
    INDOAMERICA LIMA-PERU

  3. vamus Says:

    Its Great and greatly appreciated your work….

  4. Robert Says:

    Thank you to the staffs at the Internet Archive, for making all of this happen.

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