A substantive and interesting article on digitizing the world’s libraries here, including comments from various luminaries. This one caught my eye:
â€śI chafe at the presumption that once you digitize, there is nothing left to do,â€? says Donald Waters, a former director of the Digital Library Federation who now oversees the Andrew W. Mellon Foundationâ€™s extensive philanthropic investments in projects to enhance scholarly communication. â€śThere is an enormous amount to do, and digitizing is just scratching the surface.â€?