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Facial Recognition Fails

(Alternate Title might have been “how to turn a 10 minute job into a half day project”)

Productive procrastination is the name of the game. So not long ago, there I was noting how many images on my hard drive are these “face” files. 245 more words

Websites Of Interest

New database: Cambridge Law Reports volumes 1-156

We now have access to the Cambridge University Press International Law Reports, a publication devoted to reporting in English decisions of international courts and arbitrators, as well as judgments of national courts.

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The link below is too a fantastic blog ‘MuseumBlogger’¬†about museums, exhibitions, history, books and heritage news. She writes¬†about museums across the world and has recently been doing posts about Amsterdam with the link attached to her second fascinating Amsterdam post. 14 more words


The History Vault

I haven’t looked through this site in depth yet but it seems really good and worth a visit as it is incredibly similar to Historical Honey with features, reviews, interviews and podcasts. 89 more words

Medieval History

Historical Honey: A Hive of Historical Content

(Apologies for the lack of posts in recent months! I’ve been focusing on my summer research project about the history of Leeds theatres which you find out about via my other blog on this link: … 85 more words


Changes to the PACER docket system

The Federal government docket system PACER recently removed access to case archives of five courts. This blog post from the UNC Law Library helps people understand the process for obtaining removed information formerly available on PACER.

2014 Google Scholar Metrics released

Google releases the 2014 version of Scholar Metrics in June 2014. Scholar Metrics include journal articles from websites that follow our inclusion guidelines, selected conference articles in Computer Science & Electrical Engineering and preprints from arXiv, SSRN, NBER, and RePEc.

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