Monday, June 28, 2004

The Seven Steps of the Research Process The following seven steps outline a simple and effective strategy for finding information for a research paper and documenting the sources you find
ERIC will introduce a new Web site on September 1, 2004 The new centralized ERIC will provide users with a modernized system that is easy-to-use, comprehensive, and up-to-date, with many free-of-charge full-text resources.
The Best Free Software These 70 tools represent some of the finest truly free, truly useful applications on the planet. And if that isn't enough, we've listed 24 Web sites where you can find more free stuff.
Newslookup Crawling the world for the latest news articles and headlines 24x7x365
Is E-Mail Doomed? Between spam and viruses, e-mail is taking a battering as users' favorite online application. Add to that privacy concerns and a few emerging alternatives such as messaging and voice telephony, and the killer app may be losing favor
US hardcore not interested in the Net The US has a hardcore group of people who simply aren't interested in using the Internet. Around a third of US adults have rejected the Net, causing researchers to split them into two distinct groups.

Monday, June 21, 2004

BBC Country Profiles Full profiles provide an instant guide to history, politics and economic background of countries. Our goal at is to create ONE place where ALL auction listings can be found
Public radio broadcast search RadioScout searches information shared by public radio producers and stations so you can easily find what's been on the air and what's coming up. (RadioScout does not search the Web.) Search results include links to programs.
Site-Flavored Google Search Want to offer your visitors search results that are tailored based on your site? With a few easy steps, you can customize search results based on the content of your website.
Best of History Web Sites Portal created for history teachers, students, and general history enthusiasts.
Web Sites That Shorten Long URLs The free web sites below can take a long URL and give you back a shorter URL without requiring registration.
Virus Worms Its Way Into Cell Phones Antivirus company Kaspersky Labs says that it has discovered the first-ever computer virus capable of spreading over mobile phone networks.

Monday, June 14, 2004

Googlebomb Watch Keeps an eye on the latests (and older) Googlebombs. What's a Googlebomb? A Googlebomb is when a group of people link to a specific chosen page using a specific chosen link-text, in order to push this page up in the Google ranking
Current legislative and regulatory proposals By combining predicted revenue, spending, and regulatory costs, calculates the likely aggregate cost or savings to Americans from legislative and regulatory proposals
2004 Top Ten Favorite Words From the thousands of submissions we received, here are the ten words entered the most often
A Simple Plan Virus-proof your PC in 20 minutes, for free.

Sunday, June 06, 2004 allows you to easily build a list of your favourite sites, and then search only those sites using google Over 40 different Federal agencies assist or regulate businesses. With so many sources of information, finding what you want can be complicated and time-consuming. is one of the E-Government initiatives in the President's Management Agenda. It was developed to provide better customer service for small businesses interacting with the Federal Government.
Amazon Testing "Plogs" First recommended products that it thought its customers would find interesting. Now it's taking advantage of the blogging phenomenon by topping its home page with a personalized "Plog," a blog-style feature that links to recommended products and provides relevant information.
Faganfinder Quotes Quotations and Proverbs Search Gateway to government loan information
Old Car Manual Project Hard-to-find documents in digital format