Facebook, GMail, Kenya, Bolton, Instagram, More: Leftover Pumpkin Pie Buzz, November 23, 2012

Apparently Facebook is testing ranked comments. Looking forward to that!

Iowa! The state so nice Google’s invested over a billion bucks in it.

The City of Willoughby (NSW, Australia) has a new online archive of images, going back to the 19th century and numbering over 5000.

GMail: now available in Cherokee.

More GMail: Google Operating System has a great roundup of the new GMail search operators.

Long past college age, in NYC, and looking for continuing educational opportunities? Check out Age Friendly NYC.

The government of Kenya is planning an online database for hospitals.

Bolton (UK) burial records will be going online. ” Bolton Council is thought to be the first in Greater Manchester and Lancashire to introduce such a comprehensive online register, which will contain 420,000 burial and cremation records. The new service allows people to view grave details, digital scans of registers, detailed cemetery maps showing where gravestones are and photographs of some memorials. “

Hey, a search engine for voice talent? Oh, why not…

Instagram just recently launched Web profiles and now it has badges?! GETTIN’ ALL CRAZY UP IN HERE INSTAGRAM

WordPress 3.5 release candidate is now available.

The SBA has launched a new learning portal for entrepreneurs and small businesses.

A new search engine for Web tools, apps, etc – Mevvy – is now in public beta.

I am very thankful for all of you who read ResearchBuzz and put up with my spelling errors. Of course, ResearchBuzz being what it is, what better way to wrap up the post-Thanksgiving morning buzz than a link to a database about gratitude studies? Good morning, Internet…

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Posted on November 23, 2012, in morningbuzz. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I love the City of Willoughby, forward thinking people and the local government area right next to where I spent my teen years. They also have a marvellous new theatre that featured a Russian ballet company for its opening.

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