Quora: All your content are belong to us? http://gigaom.com/2010/04/23/quora-now-owns-all-your-content/.
The National Archives is having a Civil War-themed social media scavenger hunt! It’s kicking it off on its Facebook page at noon EST: http://www.facebook.com/usnationalarchives.
From Teacher Tracks: “5 Awesome Ideas For Using Google Search Story Creator In The Classroom”.
New online database of 4,200 people buried at Eugene Pioneer Cemetery in Eugene, Oregon, thanks to Dorothy Brandner.
I know some great photographers who could use this: Make magazines from Flickr sets with MagCloud.
At the end of the week it was discovered that some users of Blippy ended up with their credit card numbers on Google. Breakdown by Tom Krazit on CNET.
Seriously, Google? Logging MAC addresses? Ewww. EWWWWWW! http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/04/22/google_streetview_logs_wlans/.
I had no idea there was so many one-page Web sites devoted to single-sound-effect delivery. I stumbled across several of them this weekend by accident while researching something else; I think my favorite is http://www.emergencyyodel.com/. Warning: when my cat heard the yodel she flipped out; your mileage may vary. Good morning, Internet…