Brewster Kahle has produced an e-book called The Open Library to describe the Alliance’s process and to hash over some of the problems about copyright and reading on line. Kahle, through his foundation, is a main benefactor of the Internet Archive, and has long championed making out-of-copyright works available to everyone (especially poor children) through digitization and print-on-demand.
Now that the main Canadian universities are part of the Open Content Alliance, it’ll be interesting to see whether any of our law libraries . . . [more]