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Daily Archives: 24 July 2006
Xcavator is a search engine for images that uses a small section of a picture in the same way that regular search engines use keywords. Try the demo on for size. from ResourceShelf
LivRe! is an open access journal portal. Need journal articles? LivRe! will help you locate the journals (they currently list 2,525 journals) for the topics you need. from ResourceShelf
Yet another reason to create web pages that are accessible (although we shouldn’t need anything further than making sure that as many people as possible can use them): Google now has a search page for the visually impaired. They rank … Continue reading
Movie Licensing USA is a licensing agent for many of the largest studios in the U.S., and describes themselves as being an easy step towards showing movies in your library without risking copyright issues. from Librarian.net