iOS, Boxing, Nuremberg, More: Sunday Buzz, February 23, 2014
More Google: Chrome update has been released, and it has several security fixes, so please update.
More security: apparently there’s a pretty serious flaw in iOS and Mac OSX. “A major flaw in Apple Inc software for mobile devices could allow hackers to intercept email and other communications that are meant to be encrypted, the company said on Friday, and experts said Mac computers were even more exposed.” There has been a patch issued for iOS, so please update.
More More Google: Google has added 30 monuments of India (including Taj Mahal) to Google Street View.
I should have known, but I didn’t know there was a database devoted to the stats of boxers. People who box. Not the shorts. Also linked from the same site is the History of World Championship Boxing, which is a huge Wiki of stats and info.
The Preeclampsia Foundation has established the Preeclampsia Registry to gather information about women who have suffered preeclampsia. The goal is to get 10,000 participants in the hopes of doing more research on this condition.
The British Library needs your help tagging and georeferencing public domain maps.
Larry Ferlazzo is developing a list for resources on the protests in Ukraine.
Facebook is apparently testing a feed that shows only major life events.
The Nuremberg Papers of Senator Thomas Dodd have been digitized (partially, with more on the way.). “The former Special Assistant to the U.S. Attorney General supervised the day-to-day prosecution team of the United States during the International Military Tribunals in 1945-46, which prosecuted the leadership of Nazi Germany for war crimes during World War II.” Good morning, Internet…
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