This is really cool. Stunning photographs. Thanks, Google. 
futurejournalismproject:

Google’s Online Culture Museum
The Google Cultural Institute has gone live with 42 online exhibitions that span the 20th century.
Via the Daily Mail:

Google have teamed up with the world’s museums for a massive update to their online ‘cultural institute’ that offers users the chance to learn about some of the major figures and events of the past century.
The latest additions to the Google Cultural Institute archives, available to view from today, are intended as an online educational resource to preserve history in a place that is accessible to people when they need it.
Major world events like D-Day, the Holocaust and the fight against Apartheid are described with a mixture of photos, historical account and contemporary quotes.

Image: Screenshot, Nelson Mandela Prison Years, 1962-1990, via Google Cultural Institute.

This is really cool. Stunning photographs. Thanks, Google. 

futurejournalismproject:

Google’s Online Culture Museum

The Google Cultural Institute has gone live with 42 online exhibitions that span the 20th century.

Via the Daily Mail:

Google have teamed up with the world’s museums for a massive update to their online ‘cultural institute’ that offers users the chance to learn about some of the major figures and events of the past century.

The latest additions to the Google Cultural Institute archives, available to view from today, are intended as an online educational resource to preserve history in a place that is accessible to people when they need it.

Major world events like D-Day, the Holocaust and the fight against Apartheid are described with a mixture of photos, historical account and contemporary quotes.

Image: Screenshot, Nelson Mandela Prison Years, 1962-1990, via Google Cultural Institute.