Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Encyclopaedia Britannica for all

The Encyclopaedia Britannica,, would like you to know more about their online encyclopedia. Usually available only to subscribers, the renowned publication has just announced that they will make full-text, extended articles available to websites and blogs that wish to link to them.
Users can then see the full entry, rather than the usual stub that appears for non-subscribers.
They even give webmasters the code to add the link.

Here's an example.
Information from Encyclopædia Britannica about business organization
* Don't be put off by the flags promoting full access through a free trial- there are 25 pages of information here. But only for this topic.

Read more in their press release:

1 comment:

Roger Owen Green said...

I blogged about this this week.