Internet Librarian 2011: Best Betas for Learning & Navigating Gary Price Gary’s entire presentation is available at: http://j.mp/bestbetas Snap (Internet Librarian 2011: Best Betas for Learning & Navigating...)
"Gary’s entire presentation is available at: http://j.mp/bestbetas
Snap Bird (http://snap.org): a Twitter archive tool. Search for someone’s specific timeline, keywords, favorites, search all the people you follow and their Tweets, Tweets mentioning you, DMs sent and received, etc. Gary’s found Tweets back into April for some of the searches he’s ran.
Microsoft Academic (http://academic.research.microsoft.com/): 36 million publications from 18 million authors. You can search by author, organization, DOI, conference title, publication title, etc. Brand new from Microsoft…
BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine from Europe) (http://www.base-search.net/): 31 million documents from over 250,000 content providers, for academic scholarly research.
Quixley (http://quixley/): App discovery for all the different platforms. Search for keywords and see what’s on which platform (Sarah’s note: This would be a good tool in helping people pick what device/platform to purchase based on which apps they care most about).
Primadesk (http://primadesk.com/): Aggregates all of your cloud services like Box.net, Dropbox, Flickr, Google Docs, Facebook, etc.