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Oxford University Press: Online for a Fee

Oxford University Press has digitized 60,000 pages so far, and is only a third of the way to its goal of making 300 of its reference titles available online. What's the catch? It can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars per year to access these materials.

Wired News article


I checked out the foreign-language dictionaries on offer and they're all Concise or Pocket versions, and of boring languages to boot. Hmph. When they put the Oxford Albanian-English Dictionary on the site I'll start getting interested.

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