Tammy Payton - creator of the Buddyproject has put together a
very nice overview of searching strategies. Lots of information
here for novice and veteran searchers - be sure to check out all of
the pages for lots of helpful information...
If you find yourself looking for biographical information, the
Biography-Center would be a good place to start with thousands
of biographies online and growing everyday!
ConsumerSearch offers product reviews with rankings and
descriptions complete with links and a complete analysis of who
the experts are and what they say:
The Nerd Page from the News Observer is a great collection of
Ready Reference links, Subject links and Computer Assisted
"How to do Library Research" will teach you library research
skills. Once you have located sources, you can evaluate them
using the guides found under "Doing Research." Categories
include: Orientation to the Library, Doing Research, Specific
Resources, Problem Solving, Library Resources and a Glossary
of Library Terms.
Interested in a new search page? Raging Search claims to be
the premier search site on the Web. Raging Search is dedicated
to providing users with the best pure search experience on the
Internet. That means the most relevant results, the fastest
search, and the easiest site to use.
I have been a big fan of the Spire Project since I stumbled on it a
few years ago. Searching the Web by the Spire Project has
some great search tips - it is definitely worth checking out!
The LA Times Travel Sourcebook is a great collection of travel
resources - the ultimate resource guide for planning any trip.. The
Travel Sourcebook has listings of Web sites, tourist offices,
airline ticket discounters and more!
Clinical Pharmacology 2000 has world-class drug information
FREE on the internet! Registration is required, but it's free and
the information available is a great reference resource.
Well, I guess that's about enough Interesting Stuff for now... :)