There is now an online oral history archive of New Orleans hip hop.
GMail now has a phone calls tab.
More Google: My Maps Pro is going free.
More More Google: Over 30 vulnerabilities have been found in the Google App engine. (Warning! PC World!)
From Amit, who is always terrific, I do not know how he does it: 20 examples of spidering a Web site with wget.
TechCrunch takes a look at Facebook post search. I still don’t have it.
This could be very interesting. The Royal Mail has launched a 3D printing service.
Tumblr has a new explore button. “Explore dishes up text, photos, GIFs, quotes, audio, video and other content based on other Tumblr blog posts that a user has liked. It also mixes in content that is ‘trending’ on the service in real-time, and it adds ‘staff picks’ which have been highlighted by the folks at Tumblr HQ.”
Adobe has released another handful of updates. Patch patch patch!
Bing has launched a new “Fact Answers” search feature. “These new facts at the top of the search page aim to provide simple answers to searches for things like phone numbers for restaurants, the hours of your local mall, or directions to your friend’s house.”
Greenbot really likes Google Keep.
The New York Times has open-sourced its crowdsourcing tool, Hive. “A couple of months ago, the New York Times rolled out an interesting project called Madison, in which the newspaper asked readers to help the paper identify old print ads by going to a website and answering questions — and even in some cases transcribing the actual text in the ads. Now, the company is open-sourcing the platform it built for that project, known as Hive, so that others can use it for their own experiments in crowdsourcing.” Good morning, Internet.
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