TED-Ed, Pinterest, Harvard, Yale, More: Morning Buzz, March 12, 2012

Wow, TED-Ed sounds great! “A permanent initiative, TED-Ed harnesses the talent of the world’s best teachers and visualizers, extending great lessons beyond a single classroom to anyone with internet access.”

RIP Gowalla.

Is Australia going to get a digital archive? (Or rather, extend what they do have.)

I’m really excited about Facebook’s interest lists. I’ve been trying to create specific lists of my own likes, but this’ll make it a lot easier.

Pinterest drives more traffic to blogs than Twitter? Wow, I can’t even wrap my head around that…

Crowdfunding for science! With Petridish.

Wow, Creating a self-updating database of US bridges. Step by step by step….

The Harvard Library is adding a ton of additional volumes to HathiTrust. “The Harvard Library will deposit approximately 200,000 public domain volumes in HathiTrust, a shared digital repository for published materials. This follows Harvard’s first deposit of approximately 53,000 volumes in HathiTrust in 2011.”

Yale has filled up its new Facebook Timeline. You can Check it out here. It goes back to 1701! Good morning, Internet…

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