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10th April 2012

Photoset reblogged from The Art of Google Books with 6 notes

theartofgooglebooks:

Black-and-white frontispiece photographed in color and through tissue.

Submitted by Sam Manno, of Dr. Terry Harpold’s University of Florida course Hypermedia: Futures of Reading.

The frontispiece to Jesus: His Life and Work as Narrated by the Four Evangelists by Howard Crosby (1871). Original from Columbia University. Digitized September 14, 2009. 

10th April 2012

Photoset reblogged from The Art of Google Books with 27 notes

theartofgooglebooks:

“The scan of the front endsheet and the rear endsheet reflects a beautiful multicolor pattern that reminds of glass marbles, and also of taffy candy during the pulling process — an apropos bestowment considering the tempestuous interplay of politics and military engagement.”

Submitted by Lorenzo Tumminello, of Dr. Terry Harpold’s University of Florida course Hypermedia: Futures of Reading

From Discours Politiques et Militaires sur Corneille Tacite by Scipione Ammirato (1633). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized January 26, 2010.

10th April 2012

Photo reblogged from The Art of Google Books with 32 notes

theartofgooglebooks:

“Scanning and digitization has transformed a seemingly empty page into a wonderfully kaleidoscopic series of colors, bleeding down from the page’s tip.”
Submitted by Chris Hawley, of Dr. Terry Harpold’s University of Florida course Hypermedia: Futures of Reading.
From Zoology Reprints and Separata, Etc., vol. 166 (1898). Original from Cornell University. Digitized November 18, 2009.

theartofgooglebooks:

“Scanning and digitization has transformed a seemingly empty page into a wonderfully kaleidoscopic series of colors, bleeding down from the page’s tip.”

Submitted by Chris Hawley, of Dr. Terry Harpold’s University of Florida course Hypermedia: Futures of Reading.

From Zoology Reprints and Separata, Etc., vol. 166 (1898). Original from Cornell University. Digitized November 18, 2009.

10th April 2012

Photo reblogged from a hot love just for you♥ with 14 notes

Good Morning America! XD
hpalcanzare:

Start your morning right. God bless to all. Smile Always. :)

Good Morning America! XD

hpalcanzare:

Start your morning right. God bless to all. Smile Always. :)

10th April 2012

Photo reblogged from a hot love just for you♥ with 14 notes

hpalcanzare:

When I’m bored, I got nothing to do… :)

hpalcanzare:

When I’m bored, I got nothing to do… :)

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