Internet Archive, Russia, Einstein, More: Short Saturday AM Buzz, October 12, 2013

Google now has a tool that lets you split a dinner bill and figure out the tip. The Google+ post shows a phone screen shot, but this works on the non-mobile Web as well.

The Internet Archive has announced the “first ever” Archive-It US Government Shutdown Notice Awards. Hopefully this will be the only one.

According to a report, Russia is planning a state-backed search engine and it’s going to be named after Sputnik.

Need help cleaning up your GMail contacts? Here are six tips.

Oopsie: Yahoo had a mail revamp which has been followed by a bug.

Albert Einstein’s papers are going digital.

Thanks to Google Street View, you can now tour the Lamborghini Museum.

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