Google book Search update a set of free tools

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Helping people find related books:

Publishers blog or all website can now embed books from Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Book Search index an you get also the new ways  to display full search results from Book Search and put social features like review or rating.Will be a interesting ways to drop books wherever you want, entire public domain works to your sidebar or article review.


This tool  help sites connect readers with books and get access to a larger book distribution platform or peek directly into these books as well. Google (Nasdaq: GOOG)  book tools work an open set of APIs, which anyone can use to build applications drawing on the unique search results and preview capabilities.


Who’s using the Book Search APIs?


Arcadia Publishing

Livraria Cultura








The University of California


Stanford University Press

The Book Depository


How to get the Books Search ?


You just plug in the book ISBN, along with the size you need, and generates four lines of code using JavaScript put into your post instead of your blog or website and  lets you reliably and dynamically link to Book Search previews using JavaScript, so your readers can have the option to buy or download a PDF copy when the book in no longer under copyright.



Yahoo Open Hack 2008


For hacker lovers and developper next Friday to Saturday, September 12 and 13 at city of Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California near to Silicon Valley, Yahoo invite all of us to the 2008 Open Hack workshop and Yahoo latest APIs,new components and Open Strategy.

For show your stuff sign up on and request an invite to Open Hack 2008 meet the Yahoos ,make new friend eat and drink.


701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, California CA


U.S.A. Data border security

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The system was authorized by post-Sept. 11 laws, including the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Reform Act of 2002, the Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001, and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004. People expect to be checked when they enter the country and for the government to determine if they’re admissible or not, but what they don’t expect is for the government to keep a record for 15 years of their coming into the country.


This database collections will be visible only to select government officials. Since June all travelers crossing land borders will need to present a machine readable document, such as a passport or a driver’s license with a radio frequency identification chip.The data could be used beyond determining whether a person may enter the United States.


All information may be shared with foreign agencies when relevant to their hiring or contracting decisions. Track everyone you never know!,the system collect: officials record name, birth date, gender, date and time of crossing, and a photo, where available, for U.S. travelers returning to the country by land, sea or air. The same information is gathered about foreign travelers, but it is held for 75 years.The information system will link to a new database, the non “Federal Entity Data System”, which is being set up to hold personal information about all drivers in a state’s database.


States that do not agree to allow customs to have such large amounts of information may allow the agency to query their databases in real time for information on a traveler.Disclosure of the database is among a series of notices, officials say, to make DHS’s data gathering more transparent.Of course, people will say that if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about, but it’s hard not to worry about a 15 year record of your international comings and goings, complete with other personal data required for travel, being reviewed by some investigator for some purpose and eithermisinterpreted or shared with an interested third party.