Firefox, Charts, More: Short Morning Buzz, October 17th, 2014

Moving your Web site? Google has updated its change-of-address tool.

Now available: Firefox 33. “Mozilla today officially launched Firefox 33 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. Major additions include OpenH264 support as well as the ability to send video content from webpages to a second screen.”

From Sitepoint: 5 tools for creating online charts.

There’s a a new online archive of Washington DC photographs.

The BBC has launched the BBC Genome project – see what was showing on the Beeb the day you were born! “Fancy knowing the TV schedule from the day you were born? The BBC has your back, with the newly-launched project Genome — a searchable online archive of the broadcaster’s schedule. The archive, which has been available to BBC staff since last year but today has been made available to the public, was constructed out of digitised copies of the Radio Times, the schedule magazine founded and originally published by the Beeb.”

Information from UK psychiatric hospitals from the 18th to the 20th centuries will be digitized and put online. “The project will focus on records dating from the 19th and 20th century, and will touch on the movement away from institutional care as the 20th century progressed. Patient records and case notes, photographs, administrative documents and registers will be digitised, creating an extensive online archive that will be a valuable resource for historical research.” Good morning, Internet..

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