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OPLIN 4Cast #108: YouTube Screening Room, Medical Records Online, Google Map Maker, Tag Clouds

Posted in 4cast, Flickr, Google Apps, Google Maps, Kido'z, KidZui, Library of Congress, Panda Cloud Antivirus, privacy, tagging, YouTube, and ZuiTube

1. YouTube is going semi-pro. There is a spot on their site called the Screening Room. The videos are now longer, better quality and available…

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4Cast #85: Sharing Data, Banning Google, Wikia Search Review, Future of Libraries

Posted in 4cast, blogs, education, Facebook, GIMP, Google, Google News, Internet, Library 2.0, Library vs. Internet, LinkedIn, Lipsum, privacy, Reference Extract, social network websites, social search, software development, VirtualBox, and Wikipedia

 This week’s 4cast: Sharing Data: Google & Facebook Join DataPortability.org  The mission of DataPortability is to allow personal data (the kind found on social networking…

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