History and Old Stuff... Some Interesting News...
The Associated Press by Jill Lawless
Centre Daily Times, August 13, 2006
LONDON -- The Middle Ages met the Internet age last week when the Domesday Book -- a survey of England conducted almost 1,000 years ago -- went online.
The book, a record of the people and lands ruled by William the Conqueror, is the oldest record held by Britain's National Archives and one of the country's most valuable documents. Now anyone with an Internet connection can -- for a fee -- download copies of handwritten records that provide a picture of life in the 11th century.
Read more: England's ancient Domesday Book goes high-tech
I am so glad I live in the age of the internet. I often think how much my mother would have enjoyed it.