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December 18, 2004
Google's announcement Tuesday that it will spend about $150 million scanning books from leading university libraries into its search engine will bring some serious weight to the scattered grab bag of the Internet. Earlier this week, the Library of Congress and libraries in Canada, Egypt, China and the Netherlands announced they would have 70,000 scholarly books available online by next April and hundreds of thousands more by the decade's end.
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