Thanks to a new program called Britannica Webshare, web publishers — be they bloggers, webmasters, or writers who post frequently on the web — can now get free online access to Britannica and its 65,000 articles. Normally, this service runs $70 per year. For more info, read TechCrunch’s scoop on the new initiative. To sign up, click here.
Good luck, but I’m afraid it’s too little, too late. I probably wouldn’t use Britannica if it was free now. Wikipedia is pretty awesome, and probably ten times the website that britannica.com is.
A (relatively) trustable source. Good stuff!