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Steve Wilhelm

I think Brewster said the Library of Congress contained over twenty eight million books, of which about half were in the public domain. The Internet Archive "Million Books Project" intends to digitize a million books.

I liked Brewster's response to the question "How are you selecting the million to digitize?". He said it was random since they were going to get around to digitizing them all eventually. Impervious to pessimism indeed.

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