“Big Data” is a hot topic and the U.S. Government’s “Big Data” set is a very big deal Data.gov is well worth the visit and some serious time spent exploring. Think of Data.gov as the official government ‘big data’ site- for the people, by the people. Enough big data to keep the most serious number […]Continue reading
Products end up in the Google Graveyard, often without warning We all know and love Google. Or have a love/hate relationship with it some days. And Google is great at announcing new tools. But it quietly, stealthily kills other ones. It never tells you they’re gone until you go looking. Mostly, when a Google app […]Continue reading
What is ‘meta search’ and does it work? “Meta” = ‘more highly organized’; ‘more comprehensive’. Meta search is a tool or specialized search engine that sends your request to other search engines simultaneously and instantly combines the results into 1 list for you. It’s potentially a way to save time by searching many more sites […]Continue reading
It’s that time of year … a new year equals new starts. We all resolve to do things differently. Again. How about really doing something different in 2013? Instead of the same old resolutions, how about some Un-Resolutions? Un-Resolutions? What are those? Instead of focusing on a list of things ‘to do’ – do […]Continue reading
The 2013 Business Book-a-Month List The kind of New Year’s resolution we can all get behind – read more! Here are 12 business books to read in 2013. Read a book per month. Ok, read more. I won’t tell. Some of these business books are classics, others are new to the scene – all have […]Continue reading
Congress.gov – the new THOMAS Digging up information on what Congress is doing – better legislation and government searching In these post-election, pre-fiscal cliff days, when Congress and government actions are in the news daily, it can be helpful to know where to look for good information. As of late September, help is coming! The […]Continue reading
Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) The dream of a virtual, digitally-based library for all the public is getting closer to reality. http://newsbreaks.infotoday.com/Spotlight/Concrete-Steps-Toward-a-Digital-Public-Library-of-America-85904.asp [Those who know The InfoHound personally know that digital libraries are a subject near and dear to the Hound. Years of academic research, thousands of pages of reading, hundreds of pages of […]Continue reading
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