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You had never been in the Smithsonian museum before. You marveled at the big building as you made your way inside. You lived in a little town near Washington, so you had heard a lot about what had happened a few months back when S.H.I.E.L.D. fell. You had also heard a lot about the tragedy of New York, now almost three years ago, but you were still to go to the exhibition about the hero of it all: Captain America.
You knew his real name was Steve Rogers and that he was born in 1918. He had served in the army during the 1940’s and had disappeared around 1945. He had been in the ice for almost 70 years, but somehow he had made it out alive and now you were standing in the large room that explained everything that had happened to him.
You worked as a teacher in your hometown and the kids in your class had been asking you for weeks if you could tell them about Captain America: the hero of New York. You had declined at first, because there were no real facts about what he had done bac
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Getty, Liberation of Masterpieces as Open Content

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J. Paul Getty - The Liberation of Masterpieces as Open Content

The J. Paul Getty Museum has initiated an Open Content Program to share, freely and without restriction, as many of the Getty’s digital resources as possible.
A first sharing of 4,600 high-resolution images of the Museum’s collection, including many masterworks, has just been made available and all are free to use, modify, and publish for any purpose.
In a brilliant stroke, the Getty Museum has liberated one of the top collections of art in the world not just for access but for use. The museum is literally “beaming up” the great works in its collection as living reso
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