This doesn’t fall into the category of Internet research, but definitely falls under “things a librarian might find useful.” There’s a new service available for blind and low-vision people to have things […]
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If you’re interested in researching medical conditions, this might be a good place for you to spend a little time. The Visual Medical Dictionary takes your search for a medical term, gives […]
MSNBC bought NewsVine. Mashable looks at calendar tools. Groovy: Google Code for Educators. Interview with Matt Cutts. Lots of SEO stuff. I want someone to ask Matt if he was a tree, […]
Topix was extremely small-location focused when small-location focus wasn’t cool, and it paid off — Topix, with its news that’s browsable by zip code, is great when you’re trying to do geographic […]
I’ve occasionally used the trending tool from IceRocket, but hadn’t until lately noticed that Google itself has a very useful trending tool. Have you tried it? It’s at http://www.google.com/trends . The trends […]