Morning Buzz — September 14, 2010

Arizona State University has a nice writeup on SEINet – the Southwest Environmental Network (plant information.) “The site, which has expanded greatly over the years, now includes databases from approximately 20 member institutions and now hosts around 1.6 million specimen records, principally from the Southwestern states and Sonora, Mexico.”

From Lewis & Clark University: “Oren Kosansky, assistant professor of anthropology, has earned a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities to develop a digital archive of Judaic Moroccan documents from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.”

Finding Blitz bombing damage in Buckinghamshire: a database.

The Dutch National Archive has joined Wikipedia.

Indian Health Service launches online best practices database: “The Indian Health Service (IHS) has started a new online database of best practices and resources for tribal health and wants community members to submit ideas to improve the system.”

Google Reader says goodbye to Bloglines.

MSN launches the interactive guidde to the Battle of Britain.

Ha! Now there’s ITUNES INSTANT. Good morning, Internet…

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