Carnegie Mellon University's Million Book Collection (in DjVu)
[2007-11-28] "The Universal Digital Library, a book-scanning project backed by several major libraries across the globe, has completed the digitization of 1.5 million books and on Tuesday made them free and publically available.
The online library offers full text downloads of works that are in the public domain, or for which the copyright holder has been given permission to make available. Having the backing of prominent institutions such as the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, however, the collection goes far beyond the widely available classics, though those are there, too.
Books from the Universal Digital Library are available in the open formats HTML, TIFF and DjVu (pronounced deja vu), an alternative to PDF."
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Go to The Universal Digital Library web site