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Emily Dickinson, in her own words and in translation


Thursday, December 10, 2009
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Posted by Agustina Dates, Google Books Online TeamIn A Room of One's
Own, Virginia Woolf poses a question that's had a major impact on
discussions of writing and gender over the past and current century:
Does writing have a "gender"? Does one’s gender leave a trace in
words? Could you tell the gender of a writer just by reading what
they've written?Emily Dickinson was born on this day in the year 1860.
And while in most of Dickinson's poems it's very obvious to me that
they came from the pen of a woman, in others she seems to make her
gender imperceptible.My first introduction to Emily Dickinson was when
reading her work in Spanish, and the translator for the book was
another woman: the great Argentinean writer Silvina Ocampo. Here
things become more complicated... how do we translate? And if writing
has a gender, does a translation have it too? What is the task of a
translator? Grammar has its own agenda and changes according to the
language, so the traces of gender that appear in the original version
of a poem may disappear in its translation. At other times, I've read
translations that have unearthed traces of gender that were not
evident in the original version.Google Books has scanned books in over
100 languages, and you can search for titles in a specific language by
selecting it on our advanced search options. If you speak a language
other than English, why don’t you give it a try and look for
versions of your favorite books in different languages? You will see
it’s a totally different experience!





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List of all magazines now available in Google Books


Thursday, November 05, 2009
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Posted by Jeffrey Peng, Software Engineer, Google BooksI'm a software
engineer on Google Books.  One of my main projects is adding magazine
content and features to the site.  In September we were excited to
announce the availability of over 1,860 issues of the iconic LIFE
magazine on Google Books.  One of the feature requests that I got from
friends and family was to add a way to browse all the magazines
available.  Someone even created a Facebook group called Get Google
Magazine Search to provide a list of indexed titles.  The group has 45
members and growing, so before it reached millions of members and
there were protests in front of my house, I decided that I better act
fast.  I'm happy to announce that last week I coded up a page on
Google Books that lets you browse the available magazine titles.  You
can view the page here.I can't promise that I can respond to every
Internet protest with a feature addition, but you're always invited to
send us feedback here.  Rest assured that we're working hard to make
the magazine browse, search, and reading experience better each month.
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Announcing the winners for the 10 Days in Google Books contest - Part
III


Friday, October 30, 2009
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Posted by Hicham Alaoui, Associate Product Marketing Manager, Google
BooksFollowing our first announcement this week, here is the third and
final set of winning entries for the 10 Days in Google Books contest.
As a reminder, to enter the contest users had to submit a short essay
describing what the experience of reading will be like in 100
years."Out jogging, Jim spied a news stand, its spire bright red. 
Looking at it, his ocular implant scrolled headlines about the stand.
Seeing one that caught his fancy, a quick motion towards the stand
debited his account, and brought the story scrolling over his vision
as he continued."Alexander Hollins, Phoenix, AZ"Well the problem with
reading in the year 2109 is we will at that point in time just start
creating paper once again, and then its about another 1000+ years till
we invent the press again. What am I talking about? 21 Dec 2012!
EVERYONE RUN!"Lowell Wann, Albuquerque, NM"One innovation of the
future will be real time novelists who craft their stories online as
readers interact with the writer and each other, commenting,
questioning, and pleading for their favorite characters to achieve
deserved greatness or avoid gruesome death."Jonah Hurwitz, Coral
Springs, FL"Now available in attractive spex, signet ring, wristband,
or pendant! Our full-on interactive holographic projection readers
connect you to a world of information. News from around the world,
classic novels, instant info on any topic, presented in your
personalized reading style: language, video, pictograms or symbols. No
wireless fee!"Cheryl Kuchman, Sacramento, CA"Ah, but to have a book
read to you. That will be one of the great advances. Imagine a
mechanism which takes a sample of a voice, perhaps from your own
memory, and extrapolates a narator's voice from the sample. Choose
Grandpa or Winston Churchill to read to you."Alan S. Gardner, Milo,
IA"Libraries will become time travel portals, and readers will become
adventurers, taking a trip to the time period during which the book
was written. Immersion into the time period will allow readers to have
a more connected experience, and to better grasp the context wherein
the book was created."Shaina Dyson, Taylorsville, NC"A grown man
shrieks in horror! Frightened children cry throughout the museum as
their teacher is carted off by paramedics. It was the first papercut
this town has seen in decades. Horrible to think how just a century
ago, children everywhere were being sliced daily in the pursuit of
knowledge."Kristopher Blake, Norristown, PA"Touch the bump behind my
ear, images of words readily appear. Favorite books to my delight, all
within my line of sight. I am traveling today, so I command,
"Autosay"! The Literary visions fade, replaced by voice narration (as
I bade). Reading, a century changed, unlocked using our brilliant
brain!"Lisandra Sletton, Phoenix, AZ"For children, the pastime of
reading is challenged by other forms of communication and
entertainment. In 100 years, traditional reading material (e.g.,
novels, etc) will be incorporated into multi-media experiences like
video games allowing for both classics and new literary works to
compete using the latest pop culture preferences."Jade Harris, New
York, NY"In 100 years reading will be free. There will be no banned
books and people of all ages will have access to the vast choices
available. Currently taboo books will be discussed openly, and without
hatred, amongst the literate."Brittani Dayton, Mason, OH





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Announcing the winners for the 10 Days in Google Books contest - Part
II


Thursday, October 29, 2009
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Posted by Hicham Alaoui, Associate Product Marketing Manager, Google
BooksFollowing our first announcement this week, here is the second
set of winning entries for the 10 Days in Google Books contest. As a
reminder, to enter the contest users had to submit a short essay
describing what the experience of reading will be like in 100
years."It's Earth Memorial Day. Under the Martian sunset's romantic
glow, Janet removes her shirt. "What's on your back?" her boyfriend
Carl asks. "Part of a book. Did you know books once were printed on
murdered biomatter? Isn't that awful? I temptatooed myself in memory
of the trees..." "Um," says Carl."Rachel Sealfon, Cambridge,
MA"Although I've been dead for 35 years, in 2109 my
great-great-grandson and I read stories together through our
telepresence system. He wrinkles his nose when I bring up a favorite
story from my boyhood, leading me to chastise him, "don't judge an
ebook by its icon."Len Wanger, Chicago, IL"We almost returned to
paper, when the oil ran short and dear. The technologists saved us
again, folks said they wouldn't, but their eink, memristors and led
lamps take less power than their solar cells and thermal engines make.
We don't read by candlelight. But we almost did."Kim Reece, Duarte,
CA"I placed my book on the nightstand next to me and turned off the
light. Then in a soft voice, my book picked up where it had left off
earlier in the evening. Bookmark it please, I asked the book, and it
hummed in quiet, literate, satisfaction."Michael Gillespie,
Charleston, SC"I pause, run my thumb across the pages and smell the
paper. Tonight a classic. Finding it on the shelf, I gently tap my
book to its spine. Pages dance and the cover transforms, firmware
upgraded so embossing works nicely. Rewrite complete. Config loaded,
coffee brewed. Call me old fashioned."Gavin Cheng, Silppery Rock,
PA"7/27/2109 - Dear Diary, "Someone" swiped my reading glasses today
and I had to use the PUBLIC glasses at the libary. Disgusting! The
ancient things didn't even accept retinal commands so I had to use the
'page' button. My brother is SO dead!"Alan Hald, Adams, NE"Even my
great-great-grandchildren will still need paper books to read, because
somehow 'Goodnight Moon' is not the same unless the child can take it
to bed and slowly love the book to death. Every child who has this
experience will never stop loving physical books as mementos of
childhood."David Smedberg, Washington DC"She was late for class,
stuffing books into her bag: biology, chemistry, the complete works of
Shakespeare, the English dictionary, the every language everywhere
dictionary, the Galactic Encyclopedia. As she strode out the door,
ping! A newly discovered chemical element had been added to her
chemistry book."Sonja Harpstead, New York, NY"Reading (PA city,
Monopoly railroad, ESL) will (intention, testament, onomastics) no
(negative, nitrous oxide, kana) longer (Dan Fogelberg, unrequited
love, anatomy) be (degree, copula, beryllium) linear (y = mx + b,
Cretan script, asteroid detection)!"Sandy Lawrence, Delanson,
NY"Power: ON Resume: The Great Gatsby page 17 Activate reader theme:
Classical 20th Century--Gilded Age. Music: ON Contextualizer: ON
[..her eyes moved gradually out into the velvet dusk]. User-initiated
Query: velvet dusk. Accessing Wikipedia: Dusk "Dusk is the beginning
of darkness in the evening." End query. Resume reading."Gabriel Loupe,
Boston, MA





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Announcing the winners for the 10 Days in Google Books contest!


Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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Posted by Hicham Alaoui, Associate Product Marketing Manager, Google
BooksIn his 1901 book Anticipations, H.G. Wells predicted how the
world would develop in the 20th century. Here with a different set of
predictions are the winners from the 10 Days in Google Books contest
we held this summer.To enter the contest, users had to submit a short
essay describing what the experience of reading will be like in 100
years. After combing through some tens of thousands of submissions,
we're excited to present the winners, who will each receive a Sony
Reader.The winning entries range from science fiction to drama, from
heartfelt to humorous, and demonstrate the wide range of thought and
uniquely personal connection that people have with books and reading.
The entries were selected based on a number of creative factors
including originality and expression of the theme. (Please note, the
opinions expressed in these essays in no way represent the view of
Google or those of us working on the Google Books team.)With that
said, congratulations to our first 10 winners. Stay tuned this week
for the other winning entries!"A completely immersive experience.
Seeing, feeling, smelling. I run, I jump, I fall. My heart races as I
experience it. And then, as I get closer... "Stop reading" I hear.
"Come do your chores." I'll have to land tomorrow."Richard Stewart,
Famington, UT"Books will still exist for those who have not chosen The
Implant. The rest of us will mentally turn on the Neural Implant
Knowledge Stream anytime we like and let it run subconsciously. We'll
control the "volume" mentally, allowing us to tune in -or out- the
things around us."George Beecher, Lawrenceville, GA"When you walk by a
book in the bookstore or your home library, the books, if determined
to be of interest to you, will call out your name and given a short
description of themselves to you."Jacob P. Silvia, Houston, TX"In
twenty-one-o-nine, they'll make a new vine. It will flex and twist and
sway, and words will form in such a way. When news is bad, and life is
hard, you'll read it from your luscious yard. It's hard to feel any
despair, when standing in the garden air."Richard Call, Sonora,
CA"Books will come equipped with music players specially designed to
play complementary music to the books as they are being read. Music
will change as different events take place, much like the soundtrack
to a movie."Shaina Dyson, Taylorsville, NC"In 100 years, most modern
literature will be written by apes. Through the haphazardly combined
efforts of global warming and cosmetic testing gone horribly wrong,
apes will develop the skills to read and write. Many critics will be
bludgeoned to death for bad reviews by tortured ape artists."Erik
Good, San Jose, CA"In 100 years, reading will still be a popular way
to wind down from a hard day. Stories will be read to sleepy children
before being tucked in. The way we access books might change, but
those who love reading will continue to make it a part of daily
life."Jennifer Garcia, Hartford, CT"Reading a book will be prescribed
as a relaxing activity for folks with a variety of health concerns.
There will emerge a variety of "reading spas" where people can go to
read books in calming environs."Adam Ness, Long Beach, CA"My daughter
will celebrate her 100th birthday in the year 2109. Aging vision will
not deny her the pleasure of reading a book; rather, the whole library
of human civilization will be accessible and portable. Textual
appearances will adapt. Pages will flood with summoned content: words,
images, and sounds interacting."Andy Unrein, Scottsbluff, NE"100 years
from now reading will still inspire, inform, and entertain. Students
will have not only the local library but the entire world's library at
their fingertips. Information abundance will be organized so as to be
useful and relevant, leading to informed decision making."Nadine
DeMartino, Anaheim, CA





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LIFE magazine now available on Google Books


Wednesday, September 23, 2009
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Posted by Brandon Badger, Product ManagerWhen I was a kid I used to
enjoy thumbing through a collection of older magazines that my
grandfather had at his house.  I remember flipping through the pages
and feeling as though I was peeking through a window into life from
decades past.  Unfortunately, we lost my grandfather's magazines some
time ago, and we've never quite managed to recreate his collection. 
But I know that if we could, those magazines would be just as
fascinating today as they were years ago, which is why we've been
partnering with publishers to digitize magazines and bring them
online.I'm excited to announce that starting today, visitors to Google
Books will be able to search and browse even more magazines on Google
Books.  We've partnered with Life Inc. to digitize LIFE Magazine's
entire run as a weekly: over 1,860 issues, covering the years from
1936 to 1972.  Most of us are familiar with the term "American
Century," but chances are few of us have been able to read Henry
Luce's defining editorial in its original context, a 1941 issue of
LIFE.  You'll be able to find and read Leonard McCombe’s iconic
cover and photo essay on a Texas Cowboy and Richard Meryman's famous
last interview with Marilyn Monroe.  You can find a 1968 cover story
on Georgia O'Keeffe (which you may want to read if you're visiting the
Whitney Museum anytime soon).You'll even find Alfred Eisenstadt's
famous photo of the sailor kissing the nurse in Times Square on VJ Day
in 1945.This is part of a broader effort across Google to help bring
offline content online and allow people to find it with a simple
Google web search.  In addition to viewing these and other
extraordinary photographs printed in the original issues of LIFE, you
can also search and browse millions of individual photos produced by
LIFE on Google Image Search.  The LIFE photography collection on
Google Image Search includes more than 10 million images, 97 percent
of which were never published in the magazine.  Both are blended into
Google Web Search, so when you do a search from google.com, you're
also searching millions of images and thousand of magazine issues from
LIFE.To start your journey through history, hop on over to Google
Books where you can browse through all the available issues of LIFE. 
Be sure to try out our recently launched Thumbnail View to see the
layout of all the pages in the magazine.You can filter your search to
magazine content by choosing "Magazines" for the content type on the
advanced search panel on Google Books.You can also use the magazines
filter in the Search Options Panel in web search.





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Discover Books and Magazines using Search Options


Friday, September 18, 2009
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Posted by Matthew Gray, Grant Dasher, and Garrett Rooney, Google Books
Software EngineersEarlier this year, we introduced the Search Options
panel in web search, making it easier to perform queries that limit
results to a particular type of content- such as videos, forums, and
reviews. We are now making it even easier to find books and magazines
by making all of the content on Google Books searchable using the
Search Options panel.This will provide easier access to books and
magazines by letting you slice and dice your results with certain
characteristics. For example, you can now search for only books or
magazines or for only content that you can preview in Google Books.Try
this yourself when you search the web using Google by clicking "Show
options..." and selecting "Books".Please note that this is currently
only available in the United States, but we look forward to making
this available elsewhere in the future.





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(\74data:i.post-count\76\74/data:i.post-count\76)\74/option\76\n\74/b:loop\76\n\74/select\076'},
'interval': {'varName': 'intervalData', 'template': '\74b:loop
values\75\47data:intervalData\47 var\75\47i\47\76\n\74ul\76\n\74li
expr:class\75\47\46quot;archivedate \46quot; +
data:i.expclass\47\76\n\74b:include data\75\47i\47
name\75\47toggle\47\76\74/b:include\76\n\74a
class\75\47post-count-link\47
expr:href\75\47data:i.url\47\76\74data:i.name\76\74/data:i.name\76\74/a\76\n\74span
class\75\47post-count\47
dir\75\47ltr\47\76(\74data:i.post-count\76\74/data:i.post-count\76)\74/span\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:i.data\47\76\n\74b:include data\75\47i.data\47
name\75\47interval\47\76\74/b:include\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:i.posts\47\76\n\74b:include data\75\47i.posts\47
name\75\47posts\47\76\74/b:include\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74/li\76\n\74/ul\76\n\74/b:loop\076'},
'toggle': {'varName': 'interval', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:interval.toggleId\47\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:interval.expclass \75\75
\46quot;expanded\46quot;\47\76\n\74a class\75\47toggle\47
href\75\47javascript:void(0)\47\76\n\74span class\75\47zippy
toggle-open\47\76\46#9660;\46#160;\74/span\76\n\74/a\76\n\74b:else\76\74/b:else\76\n\74a
class\75\47toggle\47 href\75\47javascript:void(0)\47\76\n\74span
class\75\47zippy\47\76\n\74b:if cond\75\47data:blog.languageDirection
\75\75 \46quot;rtl\46quot;\47\76\n          \46#9668;\46#160;\n       
\74b:else\76\74/b:else\76\n          \46#9658;\46#160;\n       
\74/b:if\76\n\74/span\76\n\74/a\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74/b:if\076'},
'posts': {'varName': 'posts', 'template': '\74ul
class\75\47posts\47\76\n\74b:loop values\75\47data:posts\47
var\75\47i\47\76\n\74li\76\74a
expr:href\75\47data:i.url\47\76\74data:i.title\76\74/data:i.title\76\74/a\76\74/li\76\n\74/b:loop\76\n\74/ul\076'}},
document.getElementById('BlogArchive1'), {'languageDirection': 'ltr'},
'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_HTMLView', new _WidgetInfo('HTML2',
'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:title !\75 \46quot;\46quot;\47\76\n\74h2
class\75\47title\47\76\74data:title\76\74/data:title\76\74/h2\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74div
class\75\47widget-content\47\76\n\74data:content\76\74/data:content\76\n\74/div\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\076'}},
document.getElementById('HTML2'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_HTMLView', new _WidgetInfo('HTML7',
'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:title !\75 \46quot;\46quot;\47\76\n\74h2
class\75\47title\47\76\74data:title\76\74/data:title\76\74/h2\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74div
class\75\47widget-content\47\76\n\74data:content\76\74/data:content\76\n\74/div\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\076'}},
document.getElementById('HTML7'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_HTMLView', new _WidgetInfo('HTML3',
'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:title !\75 \46quot;\46quot;\47\76\n\74h2
class\75\47title\47\76\74data:title\76\74/data:title\76\74/h2\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74div
class\75\47widget-content\47\76\n\74data:content\76\74/data:content\76\n\74/div\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\076'}},
document.getElementById('HTML3'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_LabelView', new _WidgetInfo('Label1',
'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:title\47\76\n\74h2\76\74data:title\76\74/data:title\76\74/h2\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74div
expr:class\75\47\46quot;widget-content \46quot; + data:display +
\46quot;-label-widget-content\46quot;\47\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:display \75\75
\46quot;list\46quot;\47\76\n\74ul\76\n\74b:loop
values\75\47data:labels\47 var\75\47label\47\76\n\74li\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:blog.url \75\75 data:label.url\47\76\n\74span
expr:dir\75\47data:blog.languageDirection\47\76\74data:label.name\76\74/data:label.name\76\74/span\76\n\74b:else\76\74/b:else\76\n\74a
expr:dir\75\47data:blog.languageDirection\47
expr:href\75\47data:label.url\47\76\74data:label.name\76\74/data:label.name\76\74/a\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:showFreqNumbers\47\76\n\74span
dir\75\47ltr\47\76(\74data:label.count\76\74/data:label.count\76)\74/span\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74/li\76\n\74/b:loop\76\n\74/ul\76\n\74b:else\76\74/b:else\76\n\74b:loop
values\75\47data:labels\47 var\75\47label\47\76\n\74span
expr:class\75\47\46quot;label-size label-size-\46quot; +
data:label.cssSize\47\76\n\74b:if cond\75\47data:blog.url \75\75
data:label.url\47\76\n\74span
expr:dir\75\47data:blog.languageDirection\47\76\74data:label.name\76\74/data:label.name\76\74/span\76\n\74b:else\76\74/b:else\76\n\74a
expr:dir\75\47data:blog.languageDirection\47
expr:href\75\47data:label.url\47\76\74data:label.name\76\74/data:label.name\76\74/a\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74b:if
cond\75\47data:showFreqNumbers\47\76\n\74span
class\75\47label-count\47
dir\75\47ltr\47\76(\74data:label.count\76\74/data:label.count\76)\74/span\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74/span\76\n\74/b:loop\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\76\n\74/div\076'}},
document.getElementById('Label1'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_HTMLView', new _WidgetInfo('HTML1',
'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:title !\75 \46quot;\46quot;\47\76\n\74h2
class\75\47title\47\76\74data:title\76\74/data:title\76\74/h2\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74div
class\75\47widget-content\47\76\n\74data:content\76\74/data:content\76\n\74/div\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\076'}},
document.getElementById('HTML1'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_HTMLView', new _WidgetInfo('HTML6',
'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '', 'template': '\74b:if
cond\75\47data:title !\75 \46quot;\46quot;\47\76\n\74h2
class\75\47title\47\76\74data:title\76\74/data:title\76\74/h2\76\n\74/b:if\76\n\74div
class\75\47widget-content\47\76\n\74data:content\76\74/data:content\76\n\74/div\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\076'}},
document.getElementById('HTML6'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_BloggerButtonView', new
_WidgetInfo('BloggerButton1', 'sidebar',{'main': {'varName': '',
'template': '\74div class\75\47widget-content\47\76\n\74a
href\75\47http://www.blogger.com\47\76\74img alt\75\47Powered By
Blogger\47 expr:src\75\47data:fullButton\47/\76\74/a\76\n\74b:include
name\75\47quickedit\47\76\74/b:include\76\n\74/div\076'}},
document.getElementById('BloggerButton1'), {}, 'displayModeFull'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_HeaderView', new
_WidgetInfo('Header1', 'header'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_NavbarView', new
_WidgetInfo('Navbar1', 'navbar'));
_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_BlogView', new _WidgetInfo('Blog1',
'main'));

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