“We Want to See Books Live Forever”

Brewster Kahle, an Internet pioneer, is on a mission: to save a hard-copy of every book ever published. 

Kahle is currently storing 500,000 titles in his Richmond, CA warehouse, according to CBC News, and the warehouse can hold about 1 Million titles.

“There is always going to be a role for books,” Kahle told the website.   “We want to see books live forever.”

To read the full story, visit cbcnews.com

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