Morning Buzz — October 28, 2010

A new tool for finding plagiarism in research papers.

From Business Wire: “People with lupus nationwide can now sign up to be notified of local clinical studies enrolling volunteers through the Lupus Foundation of America’s (LFA) Center for Clinical Trials Education (CCTE).”

Yahoo’s ad platform has been completely Bingitized.

Mozilla has some tips on how to cool down the FireSheep.

Speaking of Firefox, we won’t be seing v.4 until next year.

While other countries are getting wound up over Google Street View, the Federal Trade Commission is ending its inquiry. I’m a bit surprised about that.

Google Docs is offering some new chart options. Very nice.

Flickr — now with friends!

Some crazy people (and I mean that in the nicest possible way) are offering a huge torrent as a GeoCities archive. So, so awesome. Blinking fonts, rotating GIFs, and MIDIs ho!

Bas van den Beld has collected fifteen of Eric Schmidt’s most … erm.. quotable quotes with a bit of commentary. It’s hard to decide if I prefer these or Carol Bartz’ f-bombs. Good morning, Internet…

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