Where is the proof that there was a hiatus?

https://blog.eogn.com/2019/11/13/the-national-library-of-israel-and-google-together-will-digitize-120000-historic-books-and-place-them-online/


https://news.uga.edu/uga-partners-with-google-books-for-digital-access/

https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/101112 (German)

And so on.

Klaus Graf

Am Mi., 25. März 2020 um 17:15 Uhr schrieb Federico Leva (Nemo) <
nemow...@gmail.com>:

> After a few years of near hiatus, it seems that Google Books has found a
> new partner, the city of Antwerp. They had been scouting for a while
> now, looking for a partner willing to scan at least 100k books.
>
>
> https://www.blog.google/around-the-globe/google-europe/city-antwerp-and-google-digitize-100000-books/
>
> I've checked a few versions of the press release circulated in Belgium
> and there's no clear statement on how the city/library will make the
> scans available, only a generic mention of the books being added to its
> online catalogue. For example:
> <
> https://www.computable.be/artikel/nieuws/digital-transformation/6901998/5440850/google-en-antwerpen-zetten-duizenden-boeken-online.html
> >
>
> If someone finds the original press release, please share the link. I
> couldn't find anything on https://www.consciencebibliotheek.be/ nor
> https://www.antwerpen.be/ .
>
> Federico
>
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