HealthTeacher has announced a tool for finding trans fat content in everyday foods as well as foods from fast food chains. It’s available at HealthTeacher.com . Choose a category of food (from […]
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Google Answers is gone, but it lives on in archives and new services. XooxleAnswers is a new service started by David Sarokin, who was a Google Answers researcher under the name pafalafa-ga […]
So apparently Google Blog Search is the most popular blog search engine. Considering how much blog spam I’ve found on there, this is IMHO less a victory for Google than an indictment […]
Woo Hoo! The Library of Congress has RSS feeds. Thanks Steven. Google is now accepting applications for the Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship. Deadline is January 15. The Online Education DataBase put ResearchBuzz […]
Thanks to The Scout Report for bringing this one to my attention. If you’re interested in putting a form on your site, and don’t have an easy way to process forms, or […]