Monthly Archives: March 2014

BING: New Music Video Search Arrives

BING: New Music Video Search Arrives  As Bob Marley once said “one good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” It is in that spirit that we are releasing a new way to explore, discover and … Continue reading

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Clipul Video Search

Clipul Video Search Clipul Video Search This pretty much does exactly what you would expect – it finds video clips for you. It’s also a meta search engine, since it provides you with the option of searching YouTube, Daily Motion or … Continue reading

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Digital Preservation File Format Policies of ARL Member Libraries: An Analysis

Digital Preservation File Format Policies of ARL Member Libraries: An Analysis  Abstract Whether overseeing institutional repositories, digital library collections, or digital preservation services, repository managers often establish file format policies intended to extend the longevity of collections under their care. … Continue reading

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Twitter unearths your first tweet

Twitter unearths your first tweet  Unless you have a photographic memory or just joined Twitter last week, you probably don’t recall your first tweet. That’s OK. Twitter would like to show it to you. To commemorate Friday’s eighth anniversary of … Continue reading

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Google and Viacom Settle Copyright-Infringement Lawsuit over YouTube

Google and Viacom Settle Copyright-Infringement Lawsuit over YouTube  Google and Viacom announced the resolution of the media conglom’s copyright-infringement lawsuit filed in 2007, which had sought more than $1 billion in damages. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed. … Continue reading

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Find It Faster with Image Match

Find It Faster with Image Match  Searching for the right image can be tough. After sorting through hundreds of images, you finally find a picture you like but unfortunately it’s low resolution or an odd dimension leaving you to go … Continue reading

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Digital Preservation File Format Policies of ARL Member Libraries: An Analysis

“Digital Preservation File Format Policies of ARL Member Libraries: An Analysis” Kyle Rimkus et al. have published “Digital Preservation File Format Policies of ARL Member Libraries: An Analysis” in D-Lib Magazine. Source: DigitalKoans

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