WordPress, YouTube, WWI, More: Saturday Buzz, April 12, 2014
Wow: YouTube live streaming is now available on Chromecast.
More YouTube – Coachella is streaming live!
The McDuffie Museum Collection has been added to the Digital Library of Georgia. “The collection includes digitized photographs, letters, newspapers, postcards, maps and government documents from the American Revolution through the early twentieth century. Though a small collection of fifty-three items, it is a highly curated group of high-interest pieces, including an 1864 map of Cobb County hand-drawn by a Union spy, a letter written by Abraham Lincoln while an attorney in Illinois, and an 1864 photograph of General Sherman and his troops gathered near Atlanta.”
Are you having trouble installing a recent Windows 8.1 update? You’re not alone.
WordPress 3.9 is coming next week!
More Twitter search options! You can now search for timelines and lists.
Google Chrome Beta 35 is now available.
Facebook has released more transparency report details. “Facebook revealed that it has allowed the Indian government to censor the content its inhabitants are allowed to see on the social network 4,765 times between July and December 2013. Why? Indian legislation outlaws criticizing a religion or the state, so when government officials call blasphemy, Facebook investigates and eradicates.”
Top secret MI5 files of WWI have gone online. “The files contain a wealth of material about organisations and individuals involved in espionage or under surveillance during the period of the First World War. They are part of the wider security service personal file series (file reference KV 2) held by The National Archives.”
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