Biweekly links for 05/23/2008
- Confessions of a Science Librarian: Google Scholar and the future of A&I databases
- Google Code as a science repository : business|bytes|genes|molecules
- Criminal posts 80 videos of himself committing crimes to YouTube
- People are odd: “Andrew Kellett, 23, was banned from boasting about his criminal activities on the Internet after posting videos of himself and others taking Class A drugs, racing cars at high speeds and trespassing and shouting abuse.”
- Open Library API: Cataloging 13 Million Books
- Moving towards a webpage for every book every published. How about a wiki for every book every published?
- Bruce Schneier: Our Data, Ourselves
- “In the information age, we all have a data shadow… Who controls our data controls our lives… We need a comprehensive data privacy law.”
- Secrets to smart decisions when you graduate from college » Brazen Careerist by Penelope Trunk
- Good post on making big decisions (especially career decisions) in general.
- Find Similar Users on del.icio.us
- Python script to find similar users on del.icio.us
- An Open Science Experiment in Bioinformatics
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