useful things, no. 12
o More online mixing at muxtape.
o Melodyne promises “direct note access” polyphonic sampling. I suspect technology like this might be similar to alchemy or divining rods, but I’m sure it’ll work for some people.
o Notable digital archives from newspapers and magazines, for free and for pay.
o Omnisio allows the user to make YouTube playlists which join together multi-part movies.
o Scribd is a free OCR scanning service.
o Sorry, a break with the self-imposed ban on Google tools ’cause it’s too cool: GoogleEarth now layers current New York Times headlines over its maps, so one can read the news geospatially.