Google’s hard at it in the labs again with a new feature called Living Stories. Living stories are more like living “topics,” with story topics put together into a permanent place and […]
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Here’s a fun find from the Flickr Blog: a new application called Flickr Poet, which takes the words for which you search and illustrates them with images from Flickr. It’s available at […]
The Library of Congress’ “Chronicling America” Web site, freely available at http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/, has added 287,000 newspaper images from 15 states and DC, which brings the total on the site to 1.7 million […]
Those new lists that Twitter has are nice, but it’s a pain to find them. At the beginning of November I mentioned some search tricks to help you look but I was […]
A hat tip to ResourceShelf to the pointer about Richard Graham, who has put together a digital collection of comics created/commissioned by the government. There are over 180 comics available in the […]