This has apparently been around for a while, but I just recently learned about it. SubZin, at http://www.subzin.com/, lets you search for quotes in movies and TV series. Keen! You can do […]
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I have been covering Twitter tools more and more on ResearchBuzz. You might be wondering why. Here’s why: because Twitter, with its millions of users sending out tens of millions of tweets, […]
The New York Times’ Open Blog announced this morning the addition of about 5,000 new subject headings to the Linked Open Data repository at http://data.nytimes.com/. I covered the initial release of 5,000 […]
Do you need to do some serious information trapping on Twitter? Got some keywords you want to monitor and you don’t want to miss a thing? Check out this nifty application I […]
If you’ve been reading ResearchBuzz for a while, you probably know that the way you enter your search terms in Google makes a difference. If you enter words in one order, you […]