The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin now has an online database of Italian opera libretti available. The database has over 3400 items and includes cantatas, serenatas, and […]
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If you grew up in the age of quarter rolls in your pocket and a rampaging case of Galaga Forearm, you’ll appreciate the Arcade History database, a crazy-detailed source of information on […]
Local.com, which as you might imagine covers geographically local business search, has launched a new events site at http://events.local.com/. When you visit the site it takes a guess at where you are […]
I have actually been using ListiMonkey for a few weeks, ever since I heard about it from Steve Rubel. First I loved it, then I hated it. After several e-mail conversations with […]
Microsoft search engine Bing announced this week an enhancement to its search for health data (Bing Health) which is available through the regular search engine at http://www.bing.com/. You can now search for […]