Morning Buzz — September 27, 2010

Google rec facility or part of a burrowing owl habitat?

From the University of Iowa Libraries: “… among expected subject matter like scholars, scientists, and artists, one might be surprised to find over 500 images of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. These historic photographs, taken at the now-defunct Iowa Child Welfare Research Station, are available in a new online exhibit from the University of Iowa Libraries…” Announcement is here.

A new database of European scholarships is available.

Looking for one place to get all information about Google’s new products in one place? (Why isn’t this in an RSS feed?)

Thanks to Reader RN because I completely missed this: EMC to help digitize Baseball Hall of Fame collections.

The White House has released over 700,000 visitor records.

Funny. Canucks shouldn’t use Google. “Why can’t I own a Canadian?”

Congrats to Jeff Barr on the publication of his new book! It’s called Host Your Web Site in the Cloud. I’ve known Jeff since the Syndic8 days. Well done Jeff.

New database: “Upper Canada Land Petitions (1763-1865)”.

Google News turns eight. I wonder if it has gotten an influx of new sources lately — I seem to be getting more Google Alerts than usual.

A Wolfram|Alpha app is coming to Android. Good morning, Internet…

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