Google has announced an update to the way Google Book Reader browses books. While I don’t think that this is going to take the place of curling up with a battered old […]
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At one point (circa 1999) kid-friendly search engines were a big deal. A lot of them cropped up competing for the ever-growing market of kids searching online. However at some point it […]
It’s a new month, and that means new stuff on LLRX.com. New articles include Developments in Legal Outsourcing and Offshoring (http://www.llrx.com/features/legaloutsourcing.htm), FOIA Facts: Elections and the FOIA (http://www.llrx.com/columns/foia37.htm), and Terri Wilson’s latest […]
Just what is a cyclic RSS feed? A cyclic RSS feed has only a certain number of entries (or “episodes” or “issues” if you want to call them that) and is designed […]
Reuters invests in Pluck. Wikipedia articles as comix. Thank you Google Blogoscoped. The picture of the “vengeful skunk” made me laugh very hard. Google adds new Google Earth content, including historical maps! […]