Texas Tribune: Introducing Teach Me How to Texas, a newsletter for Texas voters

Texas Tribune: Introducing Teach Me How to Texas, a newsletter for Texas voters. “Today, we’re announcing a brand new product: Teach Me How to Texas, a five-week serial newsletter aimed at helping Texans learn more about how government works. Our first edition will focus on elections.”

Reuters: Google urges confidentiality protections in Texas-led antitrust probe

Reuters: Google urges confidentiality protections in Texas-led antitrust probe. “Google on Thursday petitioned a Texas judge to ensure that the state-led probe into possible antitrust violations by the Internet search and advertising company will not compromise its confidential business information.”

Phys .org: New online, interactive atlas gives comprehensive view of Texas quail decline

Phys .org: New online, interactive atlas gives comprehensive view of Texas quail decline. “The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, or NRI, has recently published the Texas Quail Atlas, a free online resource and the newest ‘story map’ to be developed by the institute. The online atlas was developed as a collaborative effort of the Reversing the Decline of Quail in Texas Initiative and the NRI Geospatial Analysis Team.”

Hit rewind and go back in time: The Dallas Morning News Archives launches never-before-seen 1985 (Dallas Morning News)

Dallas Morning News: Hit rewind and go back in time: The Dallas Morning News Archives launches never-before-seen 1985. “The current year is 2019, but inside The Dallas Morning News Archives, we are living in the ’80s. To celebrate the launch of the new digital archive, every week through the end of 2019, we will release one year of the newly remastered, digitized print issues from 1985-2000. Now readers can explore the events and people that influenced our society shaped our region over the last 134 years.”

Reuters: Google begins responding to Texas antitrust investigators’ data demands

Reuters: Google begins responding to Texas antitrust investigators’ data demands. “Texas officials managing a sprawling investigation of the advertising practices at Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) Google have begun receiving data from the search and advertising giant after two previous probes bogged down in extended document fights.”

Texas Observer: Two Houston Archives Gather Harvey Memories for Historians of the Future

New-to-me, from Texas Observer: Two Houston Archives Gather Harvey Memories for Historians of the Future. “The Houston Flood Museum and the Harvey Memories Project. Both are online-only, open-access archives, and they’re still growing. Together, they provide a compelling snapshot of the destruction wrought by the deadliest storm to hit Texas since 1919. They’re also meant to endure for decades as a resource to future scholars and community members.”

UT Southwestern Medical Center: Largest Texas high schools to report all concussions to statewide registry

UT Southwestern Medical Center: Largest Texas high schools to report all concussions to statewide registry. “Starting this fall, the biggest public high schools in Texas are required to report all sports concussions to a central database as part of one of the nation’s largest statewide endeavors to track brain injuries in youth athletics.”