""dtSearch provided the tool to take on the challenge of searching the records," says Elizabeth Townsend Gard, creator of the Durationator project in 2007 and now Director of Research and Development at the Durationator's home company, Limited Times, LLC, as well as a tenured professor at Tulane Law School. "Then, Contegra (suggested by dtSearch) took us over the top. They designed and added features to make it easy for libraries, content owners and creators to use the system. With this final tool in place, we believe this will open up determining the status of art, music, poetry, newspapers, literature and film, for both those hoping the works in the public domain, as well as content owners confirming the status of older works.""
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