World's most valuable book on Internet


Jen Young Noticed The University of Texas has put its entire two-volume Gutenberg Bible on the Internet, making it easier for scholars and the public to browse one of the world's most valuable books.
The Ransom Center edition is not the first to go digital. Gutenberg Bibles in England and Japan already have been posted on the Internet and the Library of Congress has one available on CD-ROM, Oram said.

However, Ransom Center officials think their copy is the best of the lot, calling it the most-used version still in existence.

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