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August 30, 2009

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Eric Rumsey

Marcus,

Thanks for your thoughtful report. I especially like your idea that Library of Congress should be involved digitizing the world's books. I blogged on this recently: "As the 'de facto national library' of the US and 'the largest library in the world,' wouldn’t it seem logical that LC be involved in thinking about GBS and the Settlement, which some say will change the way we read more than anything since the printing press?"

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