Live Search Books
Live Search Books was a search service for books launched in December 2006, part of Microsoft's Live Search range of services. Microsoft was working with a number of libraries, including the British Library, to digitize books and make them searchable, and in the case of out-of-copyright books, available across the web.
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... Live Search Books displayed in-copyright book contents from the following sources Publishing partners including Academic Resources Corporation, Amherst Media, Bearport Publishing ...
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