The Harvard Law School Library announced earlier this week the release of the Maurice Ettinghausen collection of Ruhleben civilian internment camp papers, 1914-1937. An overview of the collection is available at http://oasis.lib.harvard.edu/oasis/deliver/deepLink?_collection=oasis&uniqueId=law00029. […]
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Sunmee Huh took a Google Custom Search engine and tweaked it to make it more ergonomic for older users and a little less confusing to novice searchers. The result is called Good50 […]
Twitter is interesting when looked at in a global sense, but even more interesting when you can delineate and narrow down what’s being tweeted. You can do that of course by searching, […]
Google announced last week that its social search experiment, which it opened up for limited use last year, is now more widely available. You can read the initial October 2009 announcement at […]
Startpage.com, which you might know better under the name Ixquick (it changed its name last summer), last week launched a proxy service that allows you to browse pages in search results in […]