Google has announced a new version of Google Moon, which has been available for a while doesn’t get as much attention as other Google properties. This new version has a variety of […]
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Wow, this is nice. The Yahoo blog has announced MapMixer, a way to overlay your own maps on to Yahoo Maps, and give your overlays Yahoo-Map-Like functionality. You can try it at […]
Pecan Sandies to Darren Straight, who discovered that Windows Live (as opposed to Windows Filmed-On-Location-Before-A-Studio-Audience) now has a translation service available, http://translator.live.com/Default.aspx . It’s in beta. The first thing I noticed is […]
Longtime ResearchBuzz tool Cookin’ With Google has undergone a serious update. From a tweaked-search-tool, it’s been turned into a Google Custom Search Engine that is currently searching over 170 cooking-related sites and […]
The Irish Times has announced a full online archive, covering 1859 up to the present day. The official launch hasn’t been announced yet but you can still start browsing the archives now. […]