I hadn’t checked in for a long time, so I wondered what was going on with one of the first blog search engines, Daypop. The URL for Daypop is http://www.daypop.com but there’s […]
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For a while now Google has been offering personalized homepage content with “gadgets” — little page add-ons that allow you to do specific tasks or get certain content. (I did a writeup […]
LLRX has some new content! Among the new items available at LLRX.com are Small Content, Long Tails, and Big Ideas in Law Libraries, by Jason Eiseman (http://www.llrx.com/features/smallcontent.htm), European Union Law: An Integrated […]
In case you didn’t notice, the Internet has a new top-level domain. .mobi is for sites which support mobile devices, not for sites which are All Made of Stars. You can see […]
NYT archive now goes back to 1851: Editor and Publisher. 30 books from the collection of John Adams are going online: http://ledger.southofboston.com/articles/2006/09/21/news/news09.txt. Archive of historic phone books. http://technology.guardian.co.uk/news/story/0,,1876545,00.html. T-SHIRT MASHUPS! Woo hoo! […]