Morning Buzz — May 15, 2010

From the NYT: “Google Says It Inadvertently Collected Personal Data”. EWWWWWW! But worse — who in the world uses unprotected WiFi out of their houses anymore? DOUBLE EWWWWW! Here’s Google’s post on the subject.

“The Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to announce the availability of OpenETD, a web-based software application for managing the submission, approval, and distribution of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). OpenETD is the open source release of the Rutgers University Libraries.” Download page at

Creative Commons launches Catalyst Grants program.

Craigslist has launched a weekly Web series about its users.

Openbook — Search public Facebook updates outside of Facebook. The tagline: “Connect and share whether you want to or not.” Or, you know, learn how to use the privacy settings. Here’s one for Facebook and Twitter:

From The Register: “National Archives preserves Labour government websites”.

If you’re going to see the movie this weekend, you may want to check out The Robin Hood Project. Good morning, Internet…

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