Chromecast, Shutterstock, Ocho, More: Tuesday Evening Buzz, November 11th, 2014

From The Technology Review: mining Twitter to see how weather affects mood.

Instagram has launched a people discovery tab. “Your friends may not be the best photographers, so Instagram today launched a second ‘People’ Explore tab that highlights great Instagrammers and three of their recent pics. Instagram also now lets you edit old captions in case you had a typo or want to be more poetic.”

Google will be leasing Moffett Field from NASA for the next 60 years.

Shutterstock has released an online video editing tool.

The British Library has provided an update about its collecting of World War I Web sites. “The collection has been growing steadily over the past few months and now totals 111 websites. A significant subset of the WW1 special collection comes from the output of the Heritage Lottery Funded projects. The collection also includes websites selected by subject specialists at the British Library and nominations from members of the public.”

An interesting Tumblr documents human errors (and interesting doodles) in Google Book scans.

Are you feeling limited by the six seconds of Vine videos? Need more horizons in which to expand? Okay. How about eight seconds?

Chromecast, now with family-friendly games. Good evening…

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