Heh, this is really cute. Croon my Tune with Mechanical Turk.
“Harry Truman was President, gas cost 15 cents a gallon, the transistor was invented, and internationally renowned surgeon Dr. Michael DeBakey was publishing articles on the US Army’s World War II experience with battle injuries, military surgery, and the use of streptomycin therapy. Citations to these and more than 60,000 other articles indexed in the 1947 Current List of Medical Literature (CLML) are now available in the National Library of Medicine’s MEDLINE/PubMed database (www.pubmed.gov).” More to this release announcement at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/news/biomedical_db_moves.html.
Collecta has launched a new API program.
There’s a new online database for outstanding warrants in Bucks County, PA. Details: http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/news_details/article/92/2010/april/14/list-of-warrants-makes-online-debut-1.html. The database also has some links to some other warrants sites.
When someone names a search engine Lord Peacock, what can you do? You have to go look. (It’s a search engine for the creative arts and it’s in beta.) Good morning, Internet…
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