Morning Buzz — September 23, 2010

New from Indiana: an upcoming database of prehistoric sites built by indigenous peoples.

The state of Tennessee has put its water quality permits online.

An electronic archive of New Jersey history is getting some new lesson modules.

Building a virtual Smithsonian Institution. Just how audacious is this project? “It will require high-definition photos of all 137 million objects in the museum’s collection.” You GO Carolina Dabbah.

Cornell is getting some new digital collections.

Paul McCartney is getting a digital archive.

The Comanche National Museum has won an award for its Web site. The story about it made me curious so I went to check it out. It is indeed an excellent Web site — lots of multimedia features, easy to navigate, and everything I tried worked without requiring Windows.

Google is turning off the “Track Changes” feature in Google Reader at the end of the month. I wrote about it in January and was actually liking it quite a bit except it didn’t offer much change content. But now: @%*@%! I really wish there was a Linux equivalent to WebSite-Watcher. Good morning, Internet…

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