Morning Buzz — November 29, 2010

News from TechCrunch: Launches A Directory Of 12,500 Academic Journals.

Google Finance is now available with Google Apps.

Now underway: a new digital archive for a Native Alaska language.

Mexico launches digital library. I find it interesting that I first read this news in a newspaper from China, instead of something more local…

Wikileaks has begun releasing what is apparently a large cache of cables sent by US embassies.

WordPress 3.1 Beta 1 is now available.

Again with the holiday updates! Bing Movies search got some recent changes.

Announced in Eastman’s: New Guide for Internment Camps in Canada during the First and Second World Wars.

Google has published in-depth Robots.txt specifications.

GooReader has been updated to version 2.

And speaking of books… January 1, 2011, will be Public Domain Day. Good morning, Internet…

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  1. WRT the first item above, just to point out that JournalTOCs has a directory of over 14,500 scholarly journal Tables of Contents – plus you can search within them, follow them (via MyTOCs), and get email alerts. Most popular journals (within JournalTOCs) are also listed. JournalTOCs is the largest current awareness service of this kind.

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