Week 20: EBSCO With New Archive Databases, Google Improves Google+ In Gmail, Starts Knowledge Graph, BIng experiments With New Search

Not too many news events happened during week 20.

Watch Out Google, Zoho Just Launched A Better DIY Website Builder (And It Does Mobile, Too) (TechCrunch)
Zoho Sites, is the name of the new drag-and-drop website builder that allows user to build websites, without any prior knowledge of HTML or CSS.

EBSCO Releases Two New Digital Archive Databases from Collections at the New-York Historical Society (INFOdocket)
"Gateway to America: The People, Places, and Organizations of 19th Century New York" and "Revolutionary War Era Orderly Books archive databases from the New-York Historical Society", are now part of EBSCO

LibraryThing’s OverCat Now Includes All 12.3 Million Open Access Bibliographic Records from the Harvard Library(INFOdocket)
Library Thing added 12.3 million MARC Bibliographic Records from the Harvard Library.

More Google+ In Gmail: Improved Circle Integration, Circle Search and Quick Access To Contact Details(TechCrunch)
You can tell Google is engineers are actively working on adding more Google+ features into Gmail.

Google Unveils Knowledge Graph (ResourceShelf)
Google is also expanding the search capabilities in Google to include the Knowledge Graph or any information Google knows and can relate to your search.

Introducing the Library Marketing Toolkit website! (New Stephen's Lighthouse)
The site is offering resources on how to market your library.

Bing Exposes Its New, Stripped Down Search Results To All Americans(TechCrunch)
"The new Bing is now integrates search and people in our social networks through a dedicated social “sidebar.” With sidebar, Bing brings together the best of the web, with what experts and your friends know, giving you the confidence to act."

Ready Reference: New York City Green Book Now Available Online, Searchable(INFOdocket)
The famous NYC Green Book, used by every librarian in New York City now online.

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