Tracking climate change with Project BudBurst. Microsoft’s courting of Yahoo gets ugly: “As we have said previously, Microsoft reserves the right to pursue all necessary steps to ensure that Yahoo!’s shareholders are […]
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The state of South Dakota recently announced an index to a database of cemetery records. You can now do Cemetery Records Search at http://apps.sd.gov/applications/DT58Cemetery/ . As the site makes clear, this is […]
Go Go Video: Internet users viewed 10 billion videos in December. Neat! 19th century textbooks; 140 of ’em. Thanks Marylaine. The American Industrial Hygiene Association now has full archives — going back […]
I got a note last week about a new Web site that lists businesses that are kid-friendly. At the moment it only focuses on thirteen major geographic areas, including Phoenix, Los Angeles […]
What a great idea! The Mathematics Genealogy Project traces over 116,000 mathematicians along with their “descendants” — the students they have mentored, their grandstudents (I just made that word up) and so […]