I know that there are lots of applications out there for people who want to read dozens and dozens (and sometimes hundreds) of RSS feeds. But I also know that there are […]
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Library of Congress Launches Online Calligraphy Collection
The LOC has announced a new online collection of Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Calligraphy called, strangely enough, “Selections of Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Calligraphy.” It’s available at http://international.loc.gov/intldl/apochtml/apochome.html. . The collection features […]
Paul Bausch Updates Amazon RSS Feed Generator
The Amazon Web Services blog recently announced that Paul Bausch has updated his Amazon RSS feed generator. It was cool before, but now — yippee! You can check it out at http://www.onfocus.com/amafeed/. […]
LexisNexis Launches Corporate Affiliations Service
LexisNexis has launched a new site that provides linkage information for almost 200,000 parent companies, affiliates, and subsidiaries. You’ll have to pay large bucks for full reports, but you can get a […]
Google Launches Government Searches — Again?
Google recently announced that they’ve launched a new site for government search. When I heard that my first thought was hey, didn’t they do that several years ago? Oh yeah! It was […]