Thursday marks ResearchBuzz’ 400th issue. The Web site that became ResearchBuzz started in April 1998, with the newsletter starting in October 1998. 400 issues! Almost nine years! I’m pretty amazed. To celebrate, […]
News and resources covering social media, search engines, databases, archives, and other such online information collections. Since 1998.
Genealogy site Ancestry.com has announced a huge new collection of African-American family history records, though compared to the passenger list collection it’s being positively chintzy with the free access (sign up for […]
Oh boy. I love graph-generating Web toys. And hey, I could even do some traffic comparison with this thing. Alexaholic, at http://www.alexaholic.com/ , allows you to do traffic comparison and more of […]
Scientific American article on MyLifeBits project. “Sacramento State has developed a new digital archive focused on the late Congressman Robert T. Matsui’s leadership in gaining redress and reparations for Japanese Americans interned […]
Looking for educational podcasts? Check out Ed-Cast.org , a site devoted to listing podcasts related to higher education. Podcasts are searchable by keyword. Further, you can limit your search by format (audio […]