Terminologija (partly in English)
Space in Images (20,000).
Space in Videos (3,200).
Full-text in Iceland’s Opin visindi aggregator repository, which collects the open outputs from all of the nation’s universities and institutions.
It looks like Google is set to make some back-end changes to how its Custom Search Engines work, to better suit mobile search users…
“The search space is evolving rapidly and we want to make sure that CSE continues to evolve to meet the needs of your users, whether they are visiting from desktop or mobile devices.”
This means a need for a few API changes, from April 2017. Linked CSE’s will have to be done via the CSE Control Panel (I thought they were already, in part) in future, as will Dynamic Link Extraction. None of these API changes affect JURN. Hopefully the Linked CSEs changes may even make it easier for me to set up new search side-projects for JURN.
Social Media Research Toolkit is an up-to-date and academic list of free tools for bulk-collecting and investigating various forms of social media.
TagWalk: The Fashion Search Engine is a very nice high-end ‘trends search’ experience for the fashion industry. It kind of feels like you’re using Anna Wintour’s personal search-engine, but it’s public. Extensively tagged by hand, by a small team of ‘industry insider’ curators. It’s fast too. Humdrum academic archive discovery searches could learn a thing or two here, in terms of slick navigation and speed.
The only thing I’d change would be the ability to switch through from womenswear to menswear, so that when you’re looking at Spring/Summer 2017 “tag” in womenswear results, you can instantly flick over to the same “tag” in menswear for visual comparison. I’d also add “hat” and “cap” to the tagging, since they’re currently missing, though that may be because designers are not currently sending hats down the catwalk. At the back is “moodboards”, which I didn’t explore, but I presume you can pull your own custom moodboards of designs.