Monthly Archives: November 2008

A Better Search Engine

A new project is underway to create a better search engine. The project’s webpage says that it: “Reference Extract is envisioned as a web search engine, like Google, Yahoo and MSN. However, unlike other search engines, Reference Extracts will be … Continue reading

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About Time for Another Rant

Well, it has been a while since I expressed my, shall we say, anger about an issue. Today’s topic deals with SW Pennsylvania. People living here have the curious habit of when they are trying to order food in a fast food … Continue reading

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A few Quick Thoughts

Just a few quick thoughts or items: George Mason University has announced that they have no plans to change their FireFox plugin despite a lawsuit by the makers of EndNote alleging that George Mason reverse engineered Zotero from their product. … Continue reading

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Internet History Museum

The Wired Campus has an article (“What Should Go in a Museum of Internet History?“) about the effort of Douglas Gale to create a public exhibit featuring the artifacts and oral histories he has been collecting for the last five … Continue reading

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