Morning Buzz — February 4, 2011

Harvard planning a national digital public library? Sounds great! “… it will be an open, distributed network that represents a consensus of the country’s libraries, universities, archives, and museums, according to a press release.”

Vanderbilt University has a new Web site for highlighting research discoveries.

Google has started censoring torrent-related searches?

Arkansas is the latest state to consider a database of expenditures.

Meanwhile, Iowa is going to have a searchable budget database by 2013.

Also in Iowa: more digitized Civil War documents.

The New York Philharmonics now has a digital archive.

Wow! Hoopism has organized an unofficial archive of the NBA Slam Dunk Contest footage on YouTube.

It’s always interesting to look back at the yearly Project Gutenberg updates.

Google Maps is now letting you sign up for imagery update alerts.

Check your paper: “WWF today launched a global benchmarking tool for pulp and paper products at PaperWorld in Frankfurt, Germany. Check Your Paper is an online database to help paper buyers find products with the lowest environmental impact.” Good morning, Internet…

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