A Look Back At The Evolution Of Publishing With The British Library (kind of)

She’s done it again – web trend-setter Tara Sparling ( 😛 ) spreads some joy, courtesy of the British Library!

Tara Sparling writes

That sounds awfully highfalutin, doesn’t it? I mean, it’s Saturday morning. Who wants to read about the history of publishing at this hour of a bank holiday weekend?

Don’t worry. I wouldn’t do it to you. I just thought I might share some resource news with you before I go into hibernation, because the clocks are going back on Saturday, all the leaves will be off the trees by Monday, and because, well, Ireland.

I read recently that the British Library made over 1,000,000 images(taken from old books) free to any and all users on the marvellous Interweb. It’s a fantastic resource for bloggers in particular, and I couldn’t resist fiddling around with some of them. So in the interests of passing on this marvellous information, here we go.

A Look Back At The Evolution Of Publishing With The British Library (kind of)

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A Look Back At The Evolution Of Publishing With The British Library (kind of)

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A Look Back At The Evolution Of Publishing With The British Library (kind of)

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Have a lovely weekend. Zzzzzzzzzz.

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