The University of Miami has an archive of digital images and a timeline called “Travel, Tourism and Urban Growth in Greater Miami” available at http://scholar.library.miami.edu/miamidigital/ . True to south Florida, the front […]
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The Smithsonian Institution has announced a new Web site — Earth From Space — that provides information about and examples of satellite imagery. This is a little out of my sphere but […]
Google has announced a new interface and features for Google Groups, the Google property that started as Usenet posts but has expanded to discussion and mailing lists that anybody can create. You […]
Yahoo had a quick post in their blog about an open hack day that led to a handbag/pedometer/camera hybrid that takes pictures every x steps and uploads them to Flickr. You can […]
John Krystynak dropped me a note to let me know about his new Amazon Prime Finder, but it was already in my queue thanks to the most awesome Amazon Web Services Blog. […]