New DjVu Content
[2006-03-12] Here is a harvest of new websites with DjVu content. The University of Nevada at Reno has a nice site with DjVu map: the Nevada History in Maps. The Ulster Convenant web site provides DjVu scans of hundreds of thousands of signatories of the 1912 document. The archives of linguist George Dumezil. Want to look up the datasheet of old Russian vacuum tubes? search no more: here they are in DjVu. The old 1971-vintage ICL 1900 mainframe computer taking up space in your basement came without a manual? here it is. The University of Paris-Sorbonne has a site with a few ancient documents in DjVu. The Kevin Smith Library at Case Western Reserve University has the proceedings of their annual symposium in DjVu. When your document contains high-resolution maps, there is nothing like DjVu, as demonstrated by the New Mexico State University's report on Trans-International Boundary Aquifers. The North Carolina Archives has a collection of documents with signatures from every US president.