Morning Buzz — September 6, 2010

Wow. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is now offering recall data via an API. Is that not cool?

The state of Texas has begun investigating Google Search. “The examination involves the fairness of Google search results, a concept called search neutrality. Some companies worry Google has the power to discriminate against them by lowering their links in search results or charging higher fees for their paid search ads.”

The National Indian Law Library has created a resources page for the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010.

Google is now indexing SVG files.

Coming soon: another online collection of postcards.

“The rare book, ‘India Illustrated,’ already part of the UH Special Collections, is now digitally preserved and available online for students, historians and others around the world who are interested in the social, economic and political history of India.” Full Newswise announcement here.

Wanna take a whack at at balancing the state of Minnesota’s budget? Here ya go.

There’s open source software available for letting the Kindle read comics.

Bing now has a World of Warcraft-specific search.

Google has released Sketchup Version 8.

Check out the fascinating events in this Project Gutenberg timeline.

A beta version of Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) has been released. Good morning, Internet, and happy Monday…

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