Morning Buzz — April 22, 2010

A new one from the Department of Labor: a database that allows the user to search for enforcement actions against employers. There’s an overview at

Hmm. releases open source code:

Having a rough day? Life looking a little gloomy? Keep saying this to yourself: ONLINE MUSEUM OF LEDERHOSEN. BONUS: Gallery of suspenders!

This doesn’t have anything to do with anything; I’m just intrigued by the idea of World Labyrinth Day.

“[Kimberly] Christen has been awarded a Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities to create a prototype open-source software package to reconnect indigenous communities with cultural heritage materials housed in museums, archives and libraries.” .

Wolfram|Alpha hooks together people and city data.

There’s a new $100 bill in town — and Benjamin Franklin is rockin’ a stripe. Good morning, Internet…

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