Bing is predicting the Scotland independence vote.
Lifehacker links to a huge list of how to close over 60 online accounts. This list was apparently put together for shutting down accounts when someone passes away, but don’t feel like you need to wait for that unhappy event to dump the account of your choice.
From Greenbot: How to use Google Voice with the new Hangouts app.
The British Library will digitize fifty more Malay manuscripts.
Apparently your Kindle is vulnerable to hacking by dodgy ebooks. And by “hacking,” I mean, “Your account gets stolen.” Amazon, tell me again why you don’t offer two-factor?
There’s a Twitter bot out there that can make music recommendations for you.
Law.gov is making available more international law information. “The archived information includes English language summaries of laws, regulations, and related legal instruments that in turn link to the full-text PDFs that are in the official language(s) of the country. Legal items from the gazettes of the following countries are now available under the ‘Legislative’ sources list for each jurisdiction: Brazil, Canada, Democratic Republic of Congo, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Mexico, Mauritania, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Taiwan, Tunisia, and United States.”
Wolfram|Alpha has launched a cloud-based version of Mathematica. “It’s a notebook interface, just like on the desktop. You interactively build up a computable document, mixing text, code, graphics, and so on—with inputs you can immediately run, hierarchies of cells, and even things like Manipulate.”
More security updates for Adobe Reader and Acrobat! Patch patch patch!
Yahoo has launched a new Yahoo Developer Network Web site. Good evening, Internet…
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