?? Why would anyone tweet photos of their debit or credit cards? Yeah, so bad idea. Don’t do it! Now online and still growing: the Asian Art Archive. “The organization, which is […]
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Princeton University has announced a new digitized collection that will go perfectly with your July 4th. Materials from the Sid Lapidus ’59 Collection on Liberty and the American Revolution have been digitized […]
Creative Commons wants YOU… to get involved with the School of Open. The National Weather Service has started a wireless emergency alerts program. Unfortunately it’s not iPhone compatible at the moment (that […]
Twitter has ended its tweet-sharing-dealie with LinkedIn. I don’t think this’ll matter too much to Twitter, but it’s not going to be good for LinkedIn. Yahoo Mail is apparently having a problem […]
1940 US Census records for California are now searchable by name. Speaking of California, the Grateful Dead online archives are now available. Google has announced Google+ Events. Also announced: Google Compute Engine. […]