1. IEEE Computer Society’s new media center features podcasts, interviews, videos, and webinars in which experts explore hot technologies and distinguish between best practices and hype.
3. AlertPresence.com (also tweeting at alert_presence ) is Brett Pollard’s blog for his Internet marketing/consulting business. The posts are usually related to how small and medium-sized businesses can benefit from existing Internet technologies, plus some posts about the healthcare industry with regards to social media strategy, etc. OK, so there are many blogs like this from marketing people, but this one has some useful pointers.
5. Tech Search searches top technology blogs, forums and news sites, etc, and lets you filter searches by category and timeline.
6. Research Information Centre Framework is a virtual research environment framework being jointly developed by Microsoft External Research and The British Library. The purpose of the RIC is to support researchers in managing the increasingly complex range of tasks involved in carrying out research. ComputerworldUK commented on the partnership.
7. The International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI) is a draft ISO Standard (ISO 27729) whose scope is the identification of Public Identities of parties: that is, the identities used publicly by parties involved throughout the media content industries in the creation, production, management, and content distribution chains.
8. Brupt File Search lets you search by keyword(s) and limit results to Word(.doc), PowerPoint(.ppt), Exel(.xls) or PDF(.pdf) documents.
9. Not So Wild a Dream: The Science 2.0 Federated Search Dream Machine is a blog post which deserves wide readership.
10. Futurity aggregates the very best research news. The content is produced by the partner universities.