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Netflix and Google Books Are Blurring the Line Between Past and Present

“The past is a foreign country,” novelist L. P. Hartley wrote. “They do things differ≠ently there.” He penned that in 1953, but in the digital era the past is now present and all around us: Millions of out-of-print books and historical videoclips, black-and-white movies, nearly forgotten TV shows and pop songs are all available with a credit card or in many cases for free.

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