FDA, Google, Washington, More: Morning Buzz, July 19, 2014
Google Translate has some new tools.
More Google: it has pushed out its new alerts design. It would be nice if they pushed out the volume that the alerts used to have.
More More Google: it’s finally going to fix the Chrome bug that drains Windows laptop batteries.
More x3 Google: it is now showing zip code listings.
You know that Kindle Unlimited rumor? It’s true (PRESS RELEASE).
The National Library of Medicine is offering a free online TOXNET class this fall. “TOXNET is a web-based system of databases covering hazardous chemicals, environmental health, toxic releases, chemical nomenclature, poisoning, risk assessment and regulations, and occupational safety and health. The independent modules cover TOXLINE, ChemIDplus, TRI, TOXMAP, Hazardous Substances Data Bank, IRIS, Has-Map, LactMed, WISER, CHEMM, REMM, LiverTox and more. You’ll learn about the resources through videos, guided tutorials, and discovery exercises.”
Image site Imgur has added tagging and other new features.
Very interesting article from the Atlantic: How to Teach Google What a Story Is.
The state of Washington has launched a new online map of public lands.
The FDA has released a data API that allows access to all recall data going back to 2004. “More APIs will follow in the weeks ahead. OpenFDA is taking an agile (development in small chunks of iterations) approach in the creation and release of these APIs, with the objective of getting feedback from developers and researchers (as well as from industry and the public) at the GitHub and StackExchange forums that serve our project. We plan to incorporate some of the feedback into future iterations of the API.”
Saturday fun infographic: What happens on the Internet in a minute? Good morning, Internet…
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