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UCLA’s Virtual Library Hosts Over 1,800 Vintage Children’s Books for Free

UCLA’s Virtual Library Hosts Over 1,800 Vintage Children’s Books for Free

If you’re a fan of children’s books, prepare to lose hours browsing through the virtual UCLA Children’s Book Collection. The digital archive hosts over 1,800 children’s fiction, poems, and educational
Rijksmuseum Digitizes 600,000+ Works of Art, Making Masterpieces Available Online

Rijksmuseum Digitizes 600,000+ Works of Art, Making Masterpieces Available Online

This holiday season we’ve seen many museums and galleries around the world increase their generous offerings of digitized art. Museums that have joined the digital world include The National Gallery,
Tate Digitizes Rare Excerpts from Famous Artists’ Sketchbooks, Letters, and Photos

Tate Digitizes Rare Excerpts from Famous Artists’ Sketchbooks, Letters, and Photos

Gone are the days when you had to travel the world to see great art. Although you can’t beat the real thing, many digital alternatives are available that allow art enthusiasts from all over the world
Listen to the Sounds of the Past With Over 70,000 Digitized 78 RPM Records Online

Listen to the Sounds of the Past With Over 70,000 Digitized 78 RPM Records Online

With the help of volunteer collectors, The Great 78 Project partnered with Internet Archive to release over 78,000 digitized 78 RPM record discs of early 20th century music. From blues and jazz, to
How Do I Digitize and Share a Ton of Old Family Photos?

How Do I Digitize and Share a Ton of Old Family Photos?

Welcome back to another week of Tech 911—Lifehacker’s advice column that’s designed to answer your most pressing and peculiar questions about technology. This week, we’re taking a question from
How Do I Digitize and Share a Ton of Old Family Photos?

How Do I Digitize and Share a Ton of Old Family Photos?

Welcome back to another week of Tech 911—Lifehacker’s advice column that’s designed to answer your most pressing and peculiar questions about technology. This week, we’re taking a question from