Resourceshelf, piloted by Gary Price, has added a couple new features that you might want to take a look at. Gary has started a collection of calendars, calendars, more calendars, and a […]
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Last winter I reviewed a Flickr search tool called Retrievr. It allows you to make a drawing and then finds Flickr photos based on what you drew. I found it worked best […]
There’s a new database of over twelve million searchable records of individual, foundation, and corporate donations to US-based charities. Is it a pay service? Of course it is, but you can get […]
Ask has announced in their blog that they’ve started integrating the contents of RSS feeds into their Smart Answers service. Their Smart Answers, you may remember, are the answers that appear at […]
The National Library of Scotland has launched an online collection of propaganda that was used during World War II. The collection is divided into “white propaganda” (they define as “mostly practical information […]