Jim Lanzone leaving Ask? Ouch. That’s a big loss for the search engine. I didn’t and don’t agree with everything Ask does, but Jim is a solid CEO who kept things moving. […]
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Heh. Michigan primary voters will have the option to get their results by billboard. Oo! Taking a look at The Economist Archive. SHRO launches lab on Second Life. Madison County (IL) genealogical […]
Die Zeit, a German newspaper, has launched a free online archive that goes back to 1946 and contains over 250,000 stories. The archive is available at http://www.zeit.de/archiv/index . My German’s not very […]
There’s a new database of Delaware business licenses available, but instead of a government agency administering it, it’s being put together by the Wilmington, Delaware News Journal. You can access it at […]
Hey, it’s not in beta — THAT’S different from Google. Wikia, the much-buzzed Google competitor, finally launched in alpha at the beginning of the week. Unfortunately, with the model that’s being used, […]