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"Proquest unleashed a major storm of outrage this week, first canceling and then restoring the Renaissance Society of America's EEBO subscription. Ellen Wexler covered the story for the Chronicle, and her piece contains good comments by Bethany Nowviskie, among others. Wesley Raabe asked librarians or scholars to consider posting their institutional purchase costs, to provide some transparency in EEBO pricing. Mitch Fraas pointed out the Hathi Trust ESTC collection, which currently contains more than 10,000 scanned titles. John Overholt, writing on Medium, argues "Together, we can FrEEBO," maintaining—quite correctly—that even with the walkback, "we ought to take this as a wakeup call. There is literally no reason for these centuries-old books to be the monopoly of a commercial publisher who owns not a single one of them." Let's make it happen."

http://philobiblos.blogspot.de/2015/11/links-reviews.html

Die Aussicht auf ein FrEEBO fasziniert auf Twitter viele:

https://twitter.com/hashtag/freebo?f=tweets&vertical=default&src=hash

Update: Zu freien Alternativen siehe auch

http://hfroehli.ch/2015/10/29/ways-of-accessing-eebotcp/

http://archiv.twoday.net/stories/1022490217/

http://archiv.twoday.net/stories/1022495582/
 

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