Monday, April 26, 2004

HOTLIST OF K-12 SCHOOL SITES The HotList is a master registry of K-12 schools. The registry is organized by state and by grade level. The registry also includes sites for charter Schools, virtual schools, school districts, state and regional education organizations, state departments of education, state standards and state administrators.

Anti-Phishing Working Group Phishing attacks use 'spoofed' e-mails and fraudulent websites designed to fool recipients into divulging personal financial data such as credit card numbers, account usernames and passwords, social security numbers, etc.
Webby Awards Best of the Web nominees
STATISTICAL ABSTRACTS Statistical Abstract data presented here ranges from our most recent edition to the historical abstracts compiled throughout the decades
"Staying Up To Date in the Ever-Changing Web Search World" Refine your skills in a changing world
Best Graduate Schools Index In addition to rankings of graduate programs, we offer a detailed school directory, search and comparison tools, articles, and more. New in Best Graduate Schools 2005: mini-directories and mini-searches for Fine Arts, Health, Library Science, and Public Affairs!

Monday, April 19, 2004’s technology will power search on and other web sites
Can't Find On Google Most of the time, you punch what you want to know into Google, and you instantly get what you're looking for. But have you ever had that experience, where you try query after query and no matter how hard you try, you just can't find what you're looking for?
Review of Yahoo! Search Greg Notess reviews Yahoo!'s own search engine database, introduced in Feb. 2004
Express Passport Service: When You Need a Passport in a Hurry! "A trip to Jamaica was almost foiled for me and my traveling companion, but the Internet helped speed us through travel-related bureaucracy"
Top Book Group Favorites of 2003 Book group members across the United States reflected on all the books they read and discussed and these surfaced as the titles most often mentioned
Lawfully Surfing the Net Disabling Public Library Internet Filters to Avoid More Lawsuits in the United States
Library Research Service Library statistics and research for library and education professionals, public officials, and the media
Online Searchable Death Indexes & Records This website gathers together links to online death indexes by state and county. Included are death indexes, obituaries, probate indexes and cemetery & burial indexes.
Google may change e-mail service The idea of letting Gmail users opt in or out of the targeted ad service is an idea that is being "batted about"

Monday, April 12, 2004

Newsknife Sites most often used as the 1st source for Google News stories, in our Dec\Mar sample
U.S. Blue Pages Federal Government Listings
Google's Gmail hits trademark problem British company has already got the trademark for Gmail and has been using it in 80 countries.
FictionFinder Fiction in WorldCat
Testing Gmail Notes from a beta tester
Find Congressional Research Service Reports An arm of the Library of Congress, CRS is renowned for its non-partisanship and in-depth analysis, but it does not make its reports available to the public. However, it cannot prevent members of Congress from giving them out individually and some government agencies from posting reports they find relevant. Perhaps 1000 have become available on the web.
Letter From America The world's longest running speech radio programme began in 1946, continuing till Alistair Cooke's retirement in February 2004.
Best-Selling Books Database USA TODAY calculates a list of 300 best-selling books each week. The first 50 are published in the newspaper, and the top 150 are available online. USA TODAY's list is based on a computer analysis of retail sales nationwide last week. Included are more than 1.5 million volumes from about 4,700 independent, chain, discount and online booksellers.

Monday, April 05, 2004

Google: 'Gmail' No Joke "It is April Fool's Day. We were having fun with this announcement. We are very serious about Gmail," Rosenberg said in an interview.
Google Personalized To view personalized results, first create a profile of your interests
e.encyclopedia Specially selected DK/Google links
Dictionary Of Occupational Titles Index Following is the alphabetical index to the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) revised fourth edition, as supplied electronically by the US Dept. of Labor
Gnooks - Welcome to the World of Literature! Discover new writers
PC Problems? Fix 'Em Yourself Taming tech glitches is easy--once you know what to do. Our troubleshooting guide shows how to solve them like a pro.
HighBeam eLibrary Research Archive of more than 28 million documents from 2,600 sources
GESource World Guide Series of guides for over 270 countries and territories
Children and Computer Technology Analysis of the research on how computer use affects children's development We've collected and analyzed data from numerous sources to create as complete and interesting profiles of thousands of U.S. cities as we could
National Resource for Identity Theft If you think your identity has been stolen, here's what to do now
FindLaw for the Public Find solutions to your legal issues