Re: Theos-World Re: Theosophical Search & Find: Quick Access to Hundreds of Online Resources
Nov 22, 2005 07:23 AM
by Mark Hamilton Jr.
Actually, it would be a lot different from Google.
With the program people could download the "real deal" so to speak.
They could view specific copies (like the one Leon Maurer mentioned,
of the Secret Doctrine copy that was owned by Albert Einstein and had
notes scribbled in the margines) if we could get them scanned and
processed, anyone would be able to see it from their own homes,
keeping the structural integrity of the original book intact.
I could also dynamically cross-reference things on a particular page,
allowing the reader to find similar material that is mentioned on his
current page without losing their place.
And finally, it would have a built in dictionary specifically for
esoteric terms. Looking up a word could be as simple as clicking on
On 11/22/05, Anand Gholap <AnandGholap@anandgholap.org> wrote:
> Google toolbar has facility to search text in a particular website or
> whole internet. So searching document is not a problem.
> There are many good books and articles which are not yet online. It
> will be of great service if you could scan them or get scanned at 300
> dpi. You can send images by e-mail. If scanning is not possible for
> you, send photocopies.
> Those who are interested in helping Theosophical cause this way, may
> send e-mail to my personal address.
> Anand Gholap
> Yahoo! Groups Links
Mark Hamilton Jr.
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application