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- Twain driver that, instead of getting images from a scanner, gets images from flickr and Yahoo Image Search. User can search for images and insert them into many applications that support scanning.
- CodexMap lets you find, and place, books graphically on a map. Whether the book was added to the system by our harvester, or by you or another user, you can interact with a map to find books.
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