Morning Buzz, June 15, 2011

A nice analysis of why Google is paying up for Admeld. Warning: Adgeekery.

Interesting: using Google searches as an economic indicator.

FOOD! has started a recipe database. 600 at the moment with more added weekly.

New: a Web site for beer recommendations. “The recommendations are generated from BrewGene’s extensive database of beers, which feature more than 40,000 varieties from over 4,000 breweries, and is updated daily.”

Like old movies, radio shows, tv shows? Check out this new Web site with free streaming media: The nav to get to the items with streaming media available is kind of annoying. (It’s too difficult to tell what is or isn’t available in streaming format.)

It’s official: Tumblr has more blogs than It’s a pill to search, though.

CNET is reporting that Chrome may become the default Ubuntu browser. As long as Google does not bother to give Chrome a master password I will HATE THAT A LOT.

Real estate information site Zillow has expanded its database.

The Congressional Pictorial Directory, 112th Congress is now available.

Google has added several new features to Google Mobile search. Good morning, Internet…

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