The United Kingdom's National Archives has digitized and made available online (for a small fee) one million historical documents including the wills of Shakespeare, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Jane Austen.
Shakespeare's will has been available on the internet for a while but the latest project has made it much easier to access.
"This is a fantastic resource that can bring history so much closer to us," said TV personality Tony Robinson, who presents the archaeology programme Time Team.
"I've no doubt it will turn into a cult website. We can now all be historical researchers in the comfort of our own homes."
DocumentsOnline also contains government papers newly released after 30 years under lock and key.
Link | BBC News Article (Thanks David R!)