The Google cache expands to dead tree versions

Subject: General Tech | September 6, 2006 - 11:35 AM |
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Google's new tool is the ability to search 200 years worth of scanned in print pubilcations over the web.  For a small fee, which goes straight to the original publisher you get to read the full article.  If you don't want to pay, you will have to be satisfied with a synopsis.  Head to Slashdot to read more about it. (this article is free)

"Google is planning on selling old news. Or more accurately, scanning in 200 years of old newspapers,

and selling people the ability to view the full text. They'll be using publications like the NYT and

Time magazine. Summaries will be free, but the full article text will have a price."

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Source: Slashdot