Morning Buzz — May 5, 2010

Scheduling site is now available in a lovely 2.0 flavor.

The always-awesome Matt Cuts shares hints for cleaning the extra parameters out of Google URL. Sadly these hints are for Chrome. What we need here… is a Firefox extension

Speaking of Google, Thinkgeek is selling a USB keypad just for GMail shortcuts. Yoiks.

Hey! TEDTalks may be coming to a station near you with yesterday’s launch of The TED Open TV Project.

The Yorkshire Film Archive has added more content.

Microsoft’s Spindex is currently in closed beta, but there’s still a lot of news coming out about it.

The University of Arizona Poetry Center has gotten an NEA grant to put its audio/video holdings online. It won’t be available until this fall, though. Details:

NICE. has the details about an upcoming free database of 600,000 clean energy patents.

I think I just like the name: Compost Mania! I gave you the link for the “Learn” section, but there’s also shopping, a blog, a podcast, etc. Good morning, Internet…

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