Amazon’s search mechanism drives me insane on a regular basis. I’m always happy to find new ways to search it that aren’t available on the Amazon Web site. The most recent one […]
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Writing Information Trapping, I’ve been doing a lot of looking at solutions for organizing information once you’ve found it. A big part of that has been looking at wikis. I did some […]
Last December I noticed that Yahoo was now offering Open Search Shortcuts — shortcuts you could make yourself and use while you were logged into Yahoo. Now Yahoo has announced that they’ve […]
The University of New Hampshire has launched a new site that allows you to quickly compare population and demographic factors across regions of the country instead of state-by-state. The Regional Indicators site […]
The Springfield Museums have announced an online database of one of the largest Currier & Ives collections in the world. This collection contains over 750 hand-colored Currier & Ives Lithographs. To access […]