By digitizing venerable translations, they’re bringing the world’s literary history to Punjabi speakers
Imagine a world where you grew up in a world where the greatest literary works in history never existed. For many of the world’s language speakers, this can be their functional reality. Titles like these have either never been translated, or were translated decades ago and now hide in ancient paper-bound texts on dusty library….
The Metropolitan Museum of Art makes 375,000 images of public domain art freely available under Creative Commons Zero
Today, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, known by many as the Met, announced that it is placing more than 375,000 images of public-domain works in the museum’s collection under a Creative Commons Zero (CC0) dedication. The release, which covers images of the great majority of the museum’s holdings, is part of the Met’s Open Access initiative and will….
The first smile and photobomb ever photographed
Six months of work at the National Library of Wales is already showing great benefits.