Woo! Hat tip to the recent post at the Syracuse.com CNY blog about a new database from the New Jersey State Archives indexing Civil War vouchers, 1861-1865. You can access the free […]
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Very interesting! Oh, I’m not talking completely about Yahoo’s announcement from last week concerning the new popularity information available from Yahoo’s video and image search, I’m talking mostly about the sentence, “Already, […]
Press release from the Library of Congress: Library of Congress and Columbia University Agree to Develop Geospatial Data-Preservation Clearinghouse Article from ReadWriteWeb on How to use Google Wave for liveblogging. The United […]
Guinness World Records, now in iPad flavor. Google has officially acquired AdMob. The Wolfram|Alpha blog remembers Martin Gardner. Times Open Blog: Using the Congress API with Spreadsheets. StartPage, formerly IxQuick, is launching […]
H’m! If you’re using Google with IE 8, you might have experienced a recent back bug. Facebook talks about its new privacy controls. Yahoo teams up with Zynga: “Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO), today […]