Google, continuing its wonderful obsession with maps, has a site where you can find venues offering either seasonal flu shots or H1N1 shots. (Or in some cases both. You can find it […]
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I’m too late for Veteran’s Day; can I get away with saying I’m really, really early for next year? The University of North Carolina has announced that it has put up about […]
Foodie consumer? Food provider? If you’re in Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington, and you’ve got $100, you might want to check out Food Hub, which is a business to business […]
The University of North Texas has posted more than 400 photos of the John F. Kennedy assassination investigation online to an archive at http://texashistory.unt.edu/explore/collections/JFKDP/browse/. The idea is not so much to get […]
This week Google announced some new features for its Google Translate offering that makes it more immediate and even more useful. Google Translate is available at http://translate.google.com/. The site now translates as […]