Civil War, World Cup, Electricity, More: Morning Buzz, July 15, 2014
A collection of Civil War letters has been digitized by a group of students in New Hampshire.
Is there a new Google Alerts interface afoot?
YouTube is thinking about funding premium content sources… again….
Not surprisingly, the World Cup broke Twitter and Facebook records.
Why Google+ is still a ghost town. Chris Abraham gives G+ a thumping.
The guy behind Google Glass has gone to Amazon. Drones with hipster glasses….
There is now a database of electricity rates across the US. “Electricity rates from nearly 3,500 utilities across the country are now available in a free online database developed by Illinois State University in conjunction with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.”
From Social Media Examiner: How to use Facebook Pages to Watch to track competitors. Ooooo….
Sotheby’s is going to start streaming some of its auctions live on eBay. MMmkay.
Hey, the Raspberry Pi has a new version! “The new board costs the same $35 (£20) as the original but has two more USB ports, bringing the total to four, a microSD card slot for memory and a neater design, which should make fitting the board into custom projects easier and Raspberry Pi cases smaller.” The extra USB ports will come in handy.
From PC World (Warning! PC World!) – How to find anything in Evernote.
Theodore Roosevelt is getting a digital library. Good morning, Internet…
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