[open-humanities] Digital Humanities, open data and commercial reuse?

Michael Hopwood michael at editeur.org
Wed Oct 24 08:49:26 UTC 2012

Hello open humanities,

I'm looking for examples (recent ideally) of commercial companies that have made use of *open cultural/heritage/historical/digital humanities datasets* (presumably under a licence that allows such commercial reuse!) either as the core component of a commercial product or service, or at least an indispensable part of one.

I wonder if anyone hear has come across such things? Happy to discuss on or off list.


Michael Hopwood
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