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One unique aspect of reCAPTCHA is that data collected from the service is used to improve the process of scanning text, such as from books or newspapers. By using reCAPTCHA, you're not only protecting your site from spammers; you're helping to digitize the world's books...

2010-01-26

 Google CAPTCHA SPAM security book digitization scanning
The British Library has announced a 10-year project to make 40m pages from its newspaper archive available online.

2010-05-18

 library newspaper digitization Internet archive history news
A South Korean professor who claimed he could make tap water into holy water will face fraud charges, police say. The man, named as Prof Kim, claimed he could digitally capture the elements of holy water from Lourdes, France, that believers say has healing powers.

2010-07-01

 South Korea miracle religion Catholic Church water holy digitization healing fraud junk science
A massive excavation carved 700 feet into a solid granite mountain near Salt Lake City houses millions of feet of microfilm — all historical documents The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been keeping since 1938. The records are being digitized and published through FamilySearch, a genealogical resource provided free to the public. The Granite Mountain Records Vault is the official storage unit for 2.4 million rolls of...

2010-04-28

 Mormon religion genealogy digitization microfilm archive
Thousands of pages from one of the world's biggest collections of historic books, pamphlets and periodicals are to be made available on the internet. The British Library has reached a deal with search engine Google about 250,000 texts dating back to the 18th Century...

2011-06-20

 Google book library UK digitization
The notebooks in which Sir Isaac Newton worked out the theories on which much classical science is based have been put online by Cambridge University.

2011-12-12

 Cambridge Isaac Newton digitization science history
A 2,000-year-old copy of the 10 Commandments and other key religious manuscripts have been digitised and put online by the University of Cambridge.

2012-12-13

 10 Commandments religion digitization scanning library