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Microsoft's Bing and Encylopedia Britannica to link-up
Microsoft's Internet search engine Bing will now add entries and links from the Encyclopedia Britannica when certain key words are used.
Encyclopedia Britannica's days in print draw to a close
Encyclopedia Britannica, the standard for reference for over 200 years, has decided to bring production of its printed 32-volume sets to an end. This decision is due to rapidly declining sales and competition with online services such as Wikipedia.
Encyclopedia Britannica takes on Wikipedia
The Encyclopedia Britannica has launched a new online version where users can contribute and edit content with the benefit of having their name attached to the submission.
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