News from Google Books: Google has released over 500 volumes of Ancient Greek and Latin, dating from the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries. You can get the full list at http://www.google.com/googlebooks/ancient-greek-and-latin.html.
The White House has gotten the online visitor record count up to over 450,000.
Mozilla releases Firefox 3.6.6 for download.
Google has moved its encrypted search to a new URL.
Speaking of Mozilla, Thunderbird 3.1 is also available.
Now you can view .Doc attachments in your browser, thanks to Google Docs.
Hey, this is pretty cool. How we built a take-away menu image search engine in just 50 lines of code.
If you’re still trying to get Twitter: a quick Twitter dictionary.
Looking forward: What’s up for the future of Gmail?
If you want, for some reason, to vuvuzela any site on the Internet, here you go. Good morning, Internet…
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