Morning Buzz — November 20, 2010

Google Books goes to France: “Google has signed an accord with France’s biggest book publisher Hachette Livre on the scanning and sale of out-of-print books, which grants the publisher wide control over pricing and content.”

The St. Petersburg Times photo archive is going digital.

USC has launched a media lab.

A new resource for creating family tree charts.

Bing Maps has a new site.

Yahoo’s 2010 in search.

FamilySearch adds a lot of new records.

The Cherokee Nation is in the process of developing a digital library.

Sounds pretty cool: a Firefox addon for managing Google Custom Search Engines.

I LOVE this. Researchers are teaching medical search engines to learn slang and other medical vernacular. And is this research going to be shown to doctors, to help them communicate with patients better? Good morning, Internet…

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