Interesting article in the New York Times about what the new tabs on GMail are doing to retailers.
If you’ve been looking for something to get you “into” Instagram, check it: 75 Instagram accounts for “foodies” to follow.
Coming soon: a a new online archive of popular vernacular music.
Tumblr is hooking up with DataSift — which means Tumblr is getting a firehose. “…it has inked a deal with DataSift to provide a firehose of Tumblr data — including both real-time and historic data — to power consumer engagement analytics.”
From Business Insider: 14 Ways to Get More Out of Evernote.
Google is offering a free online course on making Web sites more accessible to the visually impaired. (It starts tomorrow — sorry, I just heard about it.)
Dick Eastman offers an extensive article on an easier way to search the Social Security Death Index (SSDI).
Now aerial photo coverage for the state of Arizona is now available. (It looks like inspection of the the new photo set is being crowdsourced!) Good morning, Internet…
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