Documentaries, Language Translation, Olympics, More: Morning Buzz, July 16, 2012

Handy: the best web sites for watching free documentaries. I had no idea there were so many sites solely devoted to documentaries.

The FDA has launched a genome project for food pathogens. “To answer these and other questions, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is embarking on a five-year collaboration with public and private partners to create a public database of the gene sequences of 100,000 bacteria that have been responsible for outbreaks of foodborne illnesses around the world.”

The Next Web has a sweet article about the many language translation options available online.

The Canterbury Collection is now online. “The collection comprises 128,000 images of Church of England parish baptisms, marriages, banns and burials for churches in the historic Archdeaconry of Canterbury. (1538-2005!)

Larry Ferlazzo is maintaining a list of the best places to learn about the 2012 Olympics.

Hey! Kevin Kelly wrote a graphic novel! It’s a free download and he’s Kickstarting for the sequel. I am a longtime fan of Mr. K and can’t wait to read his graphic novel. Good morning, Internet…

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