Twitter, Cloud Apps, Music, Amazing Search Engines: Morning Buzz, June 16, 2012

New archive of propaganda and war art: “The archive includes famous propaganda campaigns such as the ”Dig For Victory” and an airman being vamped by a sexy blonde over the slogan ”Keep mum – she’s not so dumb”, part of the ”Careless Talk Costs Lives” campaign. The 360 works launched this week are the start of a project that will place several thousand images online.”

New York City now has a Spanish language Twitter account. Speaking of official Twitter accounts, the US Department of State will have a special Twitter briefing on June 20. Oh, and TWITTER BOUY!

Wow: New Search Engine Aims to Google the Real World — “A new search engine aims to allow web users to search the real world by trawling sounds and video from microphones and cameras…. By using information from cameras, microphones and social networks, the system will provide localised, relevant information.”

TechTarget has announced a new Web site: “Launching with over 19,000 active members, publishes articles, tips, tutorials and other resources spanning various cloud delivery models and challenges including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), integration and cloud application development.”

The Society for Broadband Professionals has launched an online archive.

Looking for some new music? Check this out. “On Monday, hypetree opened its doors to the general public, following several months of a closed beta. The site invites people to discover, rate, and save songs uploaded directly by musicians and independent labels.” Good morning, Internet…

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