Bing, India, Movies, More – Monday Morning Buzz, September 9, 2013
Microsoft has added a ton of imagery to Bing Maps. Wow, I sure am talking a lot about Bing lately!
One of the latest things on Google Street View? Oh, a Polish salt mine. Suuuuper cool.
Facebook’s proposed changes to its policies are causing a privacy kerfuffle.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is getting a digital archive.
Beta List had a mention of a new competitive intelligence service, Rivalfox. There’s not a lot on the home page, and it has not released to beta yet. But you can get on the mailing list. Just an FYI for you – I have zero details.
Wow! The How-To Geek has a great guide to freeing up space on your Google account.
All of India’s Public Safety Standards are now online for free, and various methods are being considered to convert it all to valid HTML.
The NIH has launched a Down syndrome registry.
Nice! Under development: a browser plug-in to spot fake tweets.
The Nova Scotia 1921 Census is being transcribed.
Those of you who are into news aggregation sites, might like this one which gathers movie news. From the guy who brought you RottenTomatoes.
Useful: 19 sites for downloading free stock videos and footage. Good morning, Internet…
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