New England Public Radio: ‘Nu’? A Software Program That Reads Yiddish

New England Public Radio: ‘Nu’? A Software Program That Reads Yiddish. “New software for searching words in digitized Yiddish books — many originally written in the 19th and early 20th centuries — is about to be unveiled. The search tool will be available via the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. Its digital library includes more than 10,000 books in Yiddish — but the current ability to search them is limited.”

Internet Archive: The Mueller Report, Searchable and Accessible on the Archive

Internet Archive: The Mueller Report, Searchable and Accessible on the Archive. “We have the tools that empower people to share and discover public domain documents like government reports. Thanks to our community members who moved quickly to upload copies, the world can now search, share, download or read a mobile-friendly version of the Mueller report for free.”

The Open Library Blog: Search Full-Text within 4M+ Books

The Open Library Blog: Search Full-Text within 4M+ Books. “When you search across 40M documents, it can be a challenge to find the one you’re looking for. One feature which Open Library has been missing is a way to limit Internet Archive’s full-text search to only include results from books on Open Library. So for the last two years, Open Library has patiently waited to take full advantage of full-text search for its users.”