New Databases: ConsumerFinance.gov, The New York Philharmonic Digital Archives And Thomson Reuters With New Video Platform

In February and March of 2011 a few posts about database caught my attention and I want to share them with you.

Beta Release: ConsumerFinance.gov (Consumer Finance Protection Bureau ( Resourceshelf)
The new ConsumerFinance.gov site is aiming at informing and protecting customers from financial frauds and also soliciting input on how to improve services.

Debut! The New York Philharmonic Digital Archives (ResourceShelf)
The New York Philharmonic Digital Archives contains material in several categories: Programs, Scores, Images, Business Documents, Audio, Video, Press Clippings and Concert Magazines.

Apple Launches Program to Help Small Businesses Move to Mac, iPad, iPhone (ReadWriteWeb)
Apple has wonderfully designed and very durable products and marketing them better to small business is what is needed for customers to start using them in their offices.

Thomson Reuters Launches Video Platform (EContent)
Thomson Reuters Multimedia Center lets users upload videos in real-time to their websites, then promote them via social media sites.

SirsiDynix launches BookMyne 2.1 and Web Services for Horizon (Library Technology Guides)
Libraries with Horizon ILS can now enjoy a new iPhone app and the new Web Services with expanded capabilities for administrators

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