Morning Buzz — November 23, 2010

I don’t know how to say it in medicalese, but I can mention that the NIH has released 72,000 eyeball pictures. Or as the announcement puts it, “more than 72,000 lens photographs and fundus photographs of the back of the eye, collected from the participants of the Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS).”

You can now sync Google Docs with certain versions of Microsoft Office.

Database from the Freep: FBI hate crime statistics by community.

Congratulations to FamilySearch peeps for over 160 million records this year! And it’s not even December yet…

Rhode Island has announced a property finding Web site for the whole state. “Now, customized real estate, demographic and industry breakdowns are available for every city and county in Rhode Island. Also, business prospects can quickly find available industrial, office, and retail properties based on geographical and physical criteria.”

Yelp has started up with Check-in offers.

Interesting. How Google Places Fails the Tourism Industry.

New from MA: “The state Department of Public Health today published an online database detailing for the first time payments made to physicians, hospitals and other health-care providers by pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers.”

The Library of Congress has released a video on preserving personal Web content. Good morning, Internet…

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