Brief Afternoon Buzz, February 11th, 2015

Ooopsie II: Twitter accidentally locked up a bunch of accounts. Looks like it’s fixed now.

Genealogists, if you’re not going to get to RootsTech you can watch some of it free online.

The University of Delaware has launched a small but interesting collection of Civil War letters. “This small collection of 37 letters written between 1861 and 1864 documents the everyday experiences of a soldier during the American Civil War and reflects the hardships experienced by thousands of military personnel during the conflict.”

Facebook is getting some Craigslist-like features for buying and selling. You don’t want to hear my rant about Craigslist.

More Facebook: it has launched ThreatExchange, “a platform where partner companies can query available cybersecurity threat information and publish their own.”

MarketingLand has a great article on using Google Trends.

Imgur Pro is now free. Good afternoon, Internet…

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  1. Tara, yes, Craigslist, please rant . I like CL. It’s sorta nice that it does not keep on changing changing changing.

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