Press: The Future of Knowledge – Launching April 18

Posted by DPLA in April 8, 2013.

“A group of private individuals has apparently done what the government and Google have not been able to do: establish a national digital public library. Aptly named the Digital Public Library of America , or DPLA for for short, this library aims to become the national archive of content that is currently tucked away in libraries, museums, and universities around the country, accessible only to those patrons with the means to go to the physical location and who have the permission to access the contents.”

An excerpt from Mercy Pilkington’s article for GoodEReader, The Future of Knowledge – Launching April 18