The National Library of Scotland has launched an online collection of propaganda that was used during World War II. The collection is divided into “white propaganda” (they define as “mostly practical information […]
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What’s the latest institution in the RSS bandwagon? Why, it’s the Church of England! Yahoo and Zillow are teaming up: http://www.ysearchblog.com/archives/000330.html. Grizzly Bear Cam! http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/wildcamgrizzlies/. Encrypt your Web-based mail; service launching in […]
Topix.net announced last week that they have released Topix.net/ZIP, a quick way to get local news via your mobile phone. It’s simple to use; just enter Topix.net/ZIP, where ZIP is your zip […]
The New York Landmarks Conservancy recently launched a database of New York City buildings that are in bad shape and need restoring. The database actually has over 20,000 buildings in it; “red” […]
Google has released another product in their labs — Google Accessible search for the blind and visually impaired. No, this doesn’t mean they’ve put Braille on the screen. Instead they’re offering a […]