Sunday, September 29, 2002
Noisebox : a non profit news wire Non-profit news releases.
TV ACRES: The Web's Ultimate Subject Guide to TV Program Facts & Trivia - Front Door Subject Guide to Television Program Facts.
Electronic Journal Miner This site primarly includes ejournal sites as they are offered by the publisher. In general this site excludes ejournals that are embedded within aggregators (such as Northern Light, EBSCO, Bell & Howell ProQuest, Information Access Company and others).
Saturday, September 28, 2002
Useful phone links. yellow pages, white pages, people search, area code lists, area code maps, country codes, postal zip codes Find business and personal phone numbers with phone book sites.
Ask the Expert: Shopping for a mortgage - Sep. 27, 2002 Compared with the bad old days when searching for a mortgage meant flipping through newspaper ads, making endless phone calls and even trudging from bank to bank, today is a virtual paradise for anyone looking for a home loan.
Friday, September 27, 2002
Yahoo shelves for-fee research service - Tech News - CNET.com Yahoo nixed its paid document-search service after only eight months
transL8it! is a free, translation engine and dictionary for SMS lingo, texting, acronyms and emoticons. Simple to use! Just type in your SMS texting lingo and let transL8it! convert it to plain english OR type in a phrase in english and convert it to SMS lingo! Stay on top of this SMS craze.
Salon.com Technology | Investors of the world, unite! "Take on the Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don't Want You to Know," is intended mainly as a guide for investors who worry about putting their money in a market fraught with scandal.
Monday, September 23, 2002
Reuters | The World's Leading Provider of Financial Information and News On Sept. 19, 1982, Fahlman typed :-) in an online message.
Sunday, September 22, 2002
Wall Street Executive Library. Over 1450 Content Rich Information Sources for News, Finance, Industry Research, and Market Research. The Web's Best Business Sites!
Saturday, September 14, 2002
Page By Page Books. Read Classic Books Online, Free. We have hundreds of classic books you can read right now, all absolutely free! Read a little or alot, sneak in a few pages over lunch then read some more after dinner, no matter how much you read at a time, you can bookmark it and come back to exactly the right place.
Welcome to MerckSource Merck & Co., Inc. is a leading research-driven pharmaceutical products and services company and publisher of The Merck Manual, the most widely read medical text in the world, as well as the Merck Manual—Home Edition, developed especially for consumers. Merck has partnered with other providers of consumer health and medical information to provide this Internet resource, MerckSource, just for you.
USnews.com: Education: America's Best Colleges 2003 In addition to this year's college rankings, we offer a detailed school directory, interactive tools, a step-by-step college admissions guide, articles, and more!
The Condiment Packet Museum The Condiment Packet Museum exists to provide documentation and display of condiments found in packets. The packets in the Museum are specifically all packets other than sugar packets, which are currently well documented by other sources. We think they look cool. So there.
Friday, September 13, 2002
BBC NEWS | Technology | Bandwidth hogs eat away at broadband Sharing files over the internet takes up lots of bandwidth.
Sunday, September 08, 2002
MetaCrawler re-launched today with an updated design The re-launch of MetaCrawler represents the first integration of Google into InfoSpace's network of Web search Internet properties.
Totally Off The Record - read & share anonymous work stories Welcome to Totally Off The Record™, the place to share and enjoy anonymous work stories.
HoustonChronicle.com - Next Potter book not on deadline; rumors abound After publishing one book a year between 1997 and 2000, Rowling has now missed two deadlines, the later in July, when the fifth installment was expected in stores. Word now is that you'll have to wait until June 2003 to read a new Harry Potter book. Or maybe later.
LLRX.com - The Growth of Digital Image Archives: Can We Toll the Bell for Microfilm? The efforts of numerous vendors to digitize the archives currently stored on microfilm or microfiche may eventually make the tedious multi-step process of using print indices to locate articles on microfilm obsolete.
How Does XML Help Libraries? Libraries have encoded bibliographic records in MARC for many years, and that has allowed them to easily share catalog records, which reduces costs while improving services. For a variety of reasons, it is not feasible to encode the new types of resources patrons want access to in MARC. However, when the information is stored in XML, it is possible to share and combine that data in ways that would not otherwise be possible.
Graduate Rankings - Education and Social Science Library - University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign *While these sites may contain information of value to you, the Education and Social Science Library and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign do not endorse the sites or the information they contain.
Entrepreneur.com: Entrepreneur's Start-Up Kits: Start-Up Reports by Industry Start-Up Kits are quick, easy-to-read guides to starting the most popular businesses around.
Friday, September 06, 2002
USATODAY.com - EBay mulls legal options against parody Web site But with its logo and color scheme, E-Gray is clearly meant to mimic eBay.
Mercury News | 08/30/2002 | Laundry goes online at college College students sitting in their dorm rooms will soon get an answer via the Internet to one of life's great unanswered questions: Is there a washer or dryer available in the basement laundry room?
Mercury News | 09/03/2002 | China blocks Google search engine China has blocked access to popular U.S. Internet search engine Google amid government calls to tighten media controls ahead of a major Communist Party congress.