Morning Buzz — May 31, 2010

Press release from the Library of Congress: Library of Congress and Columbia University Agree to Develop Geospatial Data-Preservation Clearinghouse

Article from ReadWriteWeb on How to use Google Wave for liveblogging.

The United Nations has created a digital archive about the Haitian quake.

BatesLine has a nifty post on historic Oklahoma USGS maps.

Southern Arizona has its own website for volunteer opportunities.

From Cartoon Brew, news about an archive of fifty vintage animated Japanese commercials.

An interesting way to break down the data: Tweets Per Capita.

I’m glad to see some solid evidence that people are using longer queries in Google.

Ha! Opera does a few tests on its own browser speed. Just so you know, Opera is faster than a potato. Good morning, Internet…

About Tara Calishain

Covering the world of search engines, databases, and other online information collections since 1996.

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