The University of Alberta Libraries now has a collection of postcards available from the Peel’s Prairie Provinces web site (the site focuses on the history of western Canada and the Canadian prairies.) […]
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Now, that’s specific, isn’t it? A database of female artists from Illinois who were active between 1840 and 1940. And yet it ends up being a pretty big database. This Illinois Women […]
Thanks to TeleRead for the pointer to AddAll’s new e-book search engine, available at http://ebooks.addall.com/. The pointer from the front page says that it’s “available for testing,” so perhaps it’s in beta, […]
A big thanks to Bryan Eisenberg for giving me the heads-up on Vintage Ad Browser, a directory of over 120,000 vintage ads available at http://www.vintageadbrowser.com/. Once I got into it, I found […]
I guess there would be as many ways to slice and dice the demographics of Twitter users as there are users, but I’m still kind of surprised to see a Twitter directory […]