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Subject: Google - Frankrike 1-0
From: Jan Szczepanski <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 4 Jan 2007 09:50:07 +0100
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Hej,

Frankrikes försök att skapa en europeisk
variant av sökmaskinen Google verkar ha
misslyckats.

Frankrike har även utmanat Googles Book Search
och fått med sig andra EU-länder i ett stort
digitaliseringsprojekt som bl.a ska innefatta
miljontals böcker. Det finns anledning att oroa
sig att även detta projekt "bidde en tumme". KB:s
aktivitet eller snarare bristande initiativ för
att arkiv, bibliotek och muséer tillsammans ska
digitalisera det svenska kulturarvet inom ramen
för det europeiska digitala biblioteket tyder på det.


http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,2144,2287489,00.html

Germany Pulls Away From Quaero Search-Engine Project | Europe | Deutsche
Welle | 21.12.2006
(Deustsche Welle)
Germany has taken a new tack in its plans to develop an Internet search
engine with France. Instead, it will pursue a national project aimed at
tackling US dominance in the information sector. Less than a year after
French President Jacques Chirac hailed Quaero as Europe's answer to the
challenge posed by 'American giants Google and Yahoo,' the ambitious
project seems to have fallen by the wayside. Germany will now work on its
own search engine program named Theseus after a legendary Greek hero who
found his way out of the labyrinth of the monster Minotaur.

Jan

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