Digital Public Library of America is Up and It’s GORGEOUS!

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If you love reading digitally as much as I do, you owe it to yourself to explore this vast new trove of culture that became available online approximately 15 minutes ago at the Digital Public Library of America. Well done!

You will hear Robert Darnton, Harvard’s director of libraries, tell the story of how the DPLA came into being on tomorrow’s episode of The Kindle Chronicles podcast.

Meanwhile, I’m going to go looking for some books!

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  1. John Aga wrote:

    Len, from the day of the Boston Marathon Bombing to the capture of the surviving bomber suspect, my Kindle Fire did a great job of helping me follow the events. I made use of the following apps: Breaking News, AP Mobile, CNN, NPR News and or Tune In Pro mainly to access the NPR feed from WBUR-FM in Boston, MA. I got a nice range of news from real time coverage to thoughtful analysis. Your local NPR station did a very fine job.

    Posted 20 Apr 2013 at 10:14 pm