Enlarge / Hazard tape blocks the book returns slot at a London library. (credit: Richard Baker / Getty Images) One of the casualties of coronavirus-related social distancing measures has been public libraries, which are shut down in many communities around the world. This week, the Internet Archive, an online library best known for running the Internet’s Wayback Machine, announced a new initiative to expand access to digital books during the pandemic. For almost a decade, an…
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