At its launch this week, the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is featuring StackLife DPLA as an example of how the DPLA’s collection of books can be mashed up with other collections and browsed in highly innovative ways.

StackLife DPLA, launched by the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, lets users find and freely read over 1.7 million books.  Users browse via scrollable virtual shelves that organize books by their subject areas.  All books can then be read online.

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    YOU GUYS. The DPLA launched today. This is a massive achievement and I’m so excited to use it. The future is now!
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