Virginia, Canada, Genealogy, Flickr, More – Labor Day Buzz, September 2, 2013

The state of Virginia has launched a new database/map of park and ride lots all over the state (about 300 of ’em!)

Lifehacker has a roundup of alternatives to using your phone provider’s texting service.

Larry Ferlazzo is keeping up with a list of the best Web sites to learn about what’s happening in Syria.

Libary and Archives Canada has embarked on a huge digitzing project.

Have you found Yahoo’s 30 days of new logos a little mehtastic? You’re not the only one.

Daniel Russell has a fantastic short article on how to tilt your Web search results toward the technical by using one little word — diagram!

Roundup: the best apps for making animated GIFs.

So simple! (Smacks forehead) – Test your printer with the Google home page.

The National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair is this week! Check out this infographic for more details – there’s also a PDF flyer.

Now at the Flickr Commons: the Schlesinger Library. “The Schlesinger Library is part of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. It documents the history of women in America, and its holdings are strongest in women’s rights and feminism; health and sexuality; and culinary history.” Good morning, Internet…

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