Link Love: 3/29/13

Cherry blossoms in Washington D.C. 2013 (Diana Alvarenga)

  • It’s that wondrous time of year again in D.C., the cherry blossoms are popping! (via Smithsonian Retina blog)
  • Continuing the theme of Groundbreakers this Women’s History Month, The National Museum of American History uncovered this story about a Latina woman, Loreta Janeta Velazquez, who disguised herself as a man in order to fight in the Civil War. (via O Say Can You See)
  • The Library of Congress updated its Chronicling America website with 800,000 digitized, historic newspapers from Indiana, North Dakota, Arizone, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas. (via Infodocket
  • Google Art Project just added the first artworks from China; 50 pieces  from the Hunan Provincial Museum in central China. (via Infodocket
  • Ever wondered what happens when you drop your library box into the returns box? Meet the Robo-librarian from Seattle. (via Infodocket)

 

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