Morning Buzz, March 29, 2011

New York City will be offering Pension data to the public.

Flickr has made some changes to the way search works. Looks good!

Google Music? Dunno. I kind of like Amazon’s MP3 store.

Now online: dance festival footage going back to 1937!

Virtual Ireland! “Parliament, People and Migration, a virtual library of the history of modern Ireland was today launched at Queen’s University Belfast. The new virtual resource brings together the story of migration throughout Irish history into one place, a searchable online database. The online resource has three searchable databases: Enhanced British Parliamentary Paper on Ireland, The Irish Emigration Database and Voices of Migration and Return.”

The Baltimore Sun has started a digital archive and is selling original prints.

Unlocking the Teacher in All of Us: Sophia.

The Dr. John Cutler papers have been released by the National Archives.

Oxford English Dictionary adds OMG. Civilization has officially collapsed. (Just kidding.)

Nice article from Mashable: 20 Essential Online Resources for Finding New Music. But I also like SoundCloud. And wouldn’t it be great if there was a next music exploration service for CC music?

Wow Yahoo, that particular criticism took serious cojones..

Google Search, now supporting Cherokee! Good morning, Internet…

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