Google Partners With National Archives

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Google partnered with the government to offer free access to National Archives videos.

"Today, we've begun to make the extraordinary historic films of the National Archives available to the world for the first time online," said Sergey Brin, co-founder and president of technology at Google. "Students and researchers whether in San Francisco or Bangladesh can watch remarkable video such as World War II newsreels and the story of Apollo 11 -- the historic first landing on the Moon."

Google is offsetting this government exposure by offering Google Current, which has already detailed Cheney's mad hunting skillz.