morningbuzz

Morning Buzz — June 8, 2010

A nice article from Fuzzy Tolerance on using the Google Font API.

From Computerworld.au: “Archive project will digitize WWII Enigma messages”.

The St. Paul Union Advocate is getting a free online archive of its paper going back to 1907. Details: http://www.workdayminnesota.org/index.php?news_6_4505.

A proposal to keep Google searches for up to two years? Ewwww.

From the Krafty Librarian: An overview of recent changes to PubMed.

TechCrunch has an article (and screenshots) of Yahoo going “all in” with Facebook: here.

From the BBC: a librarian takes on Google Books.

Wolfram|Alpha Is having a data summit later this year.

Google has named a third-party firm to review its software code.

Meanwhile, Connecticut has some questions of its own to ask Google.. Good morning, Internet…

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