Welcome to Liber Liber
WHAT'S LIBER LIBER?
Liber Liber is a non-profit cultural association whose aim is the promotion of any kind of artistic and intellectual expression. In particular, it is an attempt to draw humanistic and scientific culture together thanks to the qualified use of informatic technologies in the humanistic field.
WHAT'S THE MANUZIO PROJECT?
The Manuzio project (named after the famous publisher who in the XVI century improved the printing techniques created by Gutenberg) has the ambition to make a noble idea real: the idea of culture available to everybody. How? Making books, graduation theses, articles, or tales available all over the world, any minute and free. Via modem, or using CDROM, it is already possible to get hundreds of books. And the Manuzio project needs only few people to make such a masterpiece as Dante Alighieri's Divina Commedia available to millions of people.
WHICH ARE THE TEXTS ALREADY AVAILABLE FROM THE MANUZIO PROJECT AND HOW TO GET THEM?
The complete list of the Manuzio project "electronic books" is placed here: biblioteca.
I LIKE YOUR PROJECT, CAN I HELP?
Of course you can! To work with us is very easy. Your help can be of different kinds:
- method 01
- sending money. Thanks to your money, Liber Liber will choose some of the more interesting masterpieces of literature - those that are not under copyright - and will make an electronic version of them which, after an accurate revision, will be put on line, available to everybody, free. You can send your money by:
- credit card;
- postal money-order;
- postal corrent account.
Even 1 euro is something! :-)
- method 02
- sending the electronic text of a book that you have reversed.
NOTICE: Before starting to make the electronic version of a book, it would be advisable to contact Liber Liber, to get information about technical details and to avoid wasting time on a text that someone's already reversing.
I WOULD LIKE TO SUBSCRIBE TO LIBER LIBER.
Subscription is open to anyone. In fact, there are no particular advantages as a consequence of the subscription, apart from promoting the Manuzio project (and receiving CD-ROM with all the books available in our library).
To subscribe, see here.
Text translated by Valeria Pesce.