Creative Commons has launched a new Tumblr for a CC “Thing of the Day”.
Facebook, letting users search for content by keyword? How very 1999 of it. Despite the headline on the article I linked to, this will not be threatening to Google at all, but it will be useful. If you want to try some keyword searching of social sites now, check out http://www.social-searcher.com/ .
Are spambots invading Instagram? “The latest crop of spambots on Instagram are employing a trick even slimier than just buying fake followers: They’re stealing profiles. As The Verge reported today, some Instagram users are getting followed by their bot doppelgängers, profiles made up entirely from their ripped-off images.”
Are you into Raspberry Pi? It’s got a better browser.
Twitter is apparently offering a new font and more color options — while at the same time apparently planning to filter your actual content. stupid stupid stupid.
The State Library of NSW (New South Wales) is fast-tracking its digitzing strategy.
A new archive of the Northern Ireland “Troubles” is now available. “Accounts of the Conflict is a digital archiving project that will preserve and make available stories related to the conflict in, and about, Northern Ireland.” Good afternoon, Internet…
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