Morning Buzz — May 19, 2010

Picture from the State Library of New South Wales.

Explore a 17th century display cabinet with virtual reality. A bit of a slow load, but fascinatin’.

Yahoo buying Associated Content for $100 million. $100 million? Really?

Google Apps Script has gotten an update.

Amazon has announced Amazon S3 Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS).

Facebook is offering free mobile access with the launch of From the blog post: “Thanks to the help of mobile operators we collaborated with, people can access without any data charges.” It will cost you data charges to look at photos, though, so be careful.

Google Maps has announced a new imagery update.

Wow. The San Diego Union Tribune set up an NFL Arrests Database.

An overview of how Yahoo will be covering the World Cup.

YouTube has launched in South Africa.

Another Google challenger on the way? This time out of Russia.

Press Release: The 50 Most Popular Genealogy Web Sites for 2010.

The British Library is going to make a digital archive of up to 40 million newspaper pages. Good morning, Internet…

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