Well, isn't that nice. The Nebraska Department of Tourism hasn't gone that far, but they are using GoogleMaps. I'm still hard-pressed to see how people can communicate back to an elected official using a map.Nonetheless, I'm interested in your Book Search project, and since blogs by definition have NO way whatsoever of supporting reader-initiated questions-- outside of posting off-topic to a blog post-- I have to do so here. This blog appears to be the closest in spirit to it. I understand that various copyright holders would prefer that I try to buy copies of books that I've found using Google Search. Then again, I've found a 1965 issue of Public Interest scanned in last year at UMich, and that's not for sale anywhere. So my options are cursing at the screen or trekking over to the Boston Public Library on a sunny day. Are you working on a way to allow resources to be made electronically, for even a small fee? That would be a positive public policy initiative.I'd check HighBeam research... but the article isn't there.
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