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It’s Aaron Swartz Day – Here’s an Open Library status report

Next week is the third annual Aaron Swartz Day (2013, 2014), a celebration and Hackathon which takes place at the Internet Archive on November 7th. Please consider joining us. More information about this year’s events can be found here. We have a lot of good news on our end.

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The Internet’s Own Boy premieres today

The Internet’s Own Boy, the documentary about Aaron Swartz, premieres online and in theaters today. You can watch it on the Internet Archive. From the film’s website

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Rest in peace, Aaron Swartz

Aaron Swartz committed suicide yesterday (Jan 11, 2013). The Open Library wouldn’t exist without him. He wrote the backbone of the system you see today, hired the team that built the first version of the website. He founded Demand Progress, which launched the campaign against the Internet censorship bills (SOPA/PIPA), coauthored the RSS 1.0 specification, […]

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KohaCon 2011

Anand and I attended the Koha Conference in Thane, Mumbai earlier in November and spoke about Open Library. The conference took place from Oct 31 till 2 November. There was a hackfest following the event from 4th to 6th. We missed the first day and presented our talk on the second day of the event. […]

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BookReader Work Sprint at NYPL Labs

We had a really fantastic code/work sprint for the BookReader organized by the most excellent NYPL Labs.  The sprint was designed to bring together organizations that have an interest in the BookReader as a way to foster the sharing of interest, code and expertise. We started by making a list of desired features and prioritizing […]

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