Gary Price, long-time attendee and speaker at Internet Librarian conferences and Co-Founder of INFODocket and Full Text Reports, presented another of his excellent reviews of apps, sites, and tools for internet librarians. Because his presentation is available at http://bit.ly/netlibrarianB, I will simply list the ones he mentioned briefly here.
- Webrecorder.io: Like a DVD of websites you view. Also creates screenshots of sites that can be downloaded to your device.
- AudioSear.ch: Search and recommendation API for podcasts and radio. Every word in a transcript is searchable. There is also an audio alert feature.
- C-Span Video Library: Over 226,000 viewable hours of video extending back to the mid-1990s, fully searchable. People in the video are listed and the videos in which they appear can be viewed and searched.
- BASE: Bielefeld Academic Search Engine. Contains over 100 million article citations from 4,695 content sources, most open access.
- Semantic Scholar: Key publications, citations, and results that are available on the open web in the computer, telecommunications, and technology areas.
- CORE: 37 Million open access articles.
- Inoreader: Search engine for RSS feeds , Google New alerts, Twitter streams, that can be searched.
- Time Travel: Web archive tool to aggregate multiple web archives into a single search.
- Archive-it: A collection of 3,700 searchable archives.
- Elsevier DataSearch: Data sets from different domains with links to the data source that can embedded into search results. Data sets can be viewed without leaving the original search page.
- Enigma: Open source data sets from government sources.
- Notablist: Search engine for 10 million email campaigns from 500,000 different companies.
- Downie: Software to make your own copy of videos from a variety of sources.
- Photomath: Hold your phone up to an algebra or math problem and it solves it, showing intermediate steps. The phone has become a search appliance!
- CamFind: Hold a phone up to something and it will describe it.
- NewsLookup: Free news from worldwide sources.
- Medisys: search focused on news from the medical community.
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