The Investigator's Toolbox has some really great Online Resources for
Researchers! I could mentioned all sorts of online resources that
are included at the Investigator's Toolbox, but I think the best
thing for me to do is just say "stop by and see for yourself""
Fravia's web-searching lore teaches basic and advanced search
techniques for people interested in finding any kind of information
on the web. I haven't spent a lot of time at Fravia, but the website
seems to have lots of information and a fun presentation!
If you like antiques, you will probably love this website!
Antiques on the web from the BBC has lots of antique information
including buyers guides, quizzes, antique of the week and information
on all your favorite BBS programs. Be sure to visit the section on
Roadshow Finds (one of my favorites):
I think I might have mentioned this one before... A complete
illustrated Guide to the PC Hardware, Logic and Architecture. This
place has something for everyone whether you are a teacher, student
or just want to learn on your own. 450 easy-read pages about the
modern PC. Understand the basic architecture of CPUs, buses, drives,
digitalizing and so on.
Online Newspapers has "Thousands of newspapers on the Net!"
This place claims to have the World's largest listing of newspapers
on the web and I think I believe them!
KnowX is a great site! KnowX will help you with instant public
records searches - find people, do background checks, genealogy
research, find assets and much more public information. Some of the
searches at KnowX are free and the fees are reasonable if you are
looking for information that KnowX can help with:
KnowledgeRush is your online library resource for thousands of free
books to read, and place to publish your original works. This one is
Be sure to check out the Knowledge Rush "other resources" for some
more great places to visit!
Fact Monster is unique in combining essential reference materials,
fun facts and features, and individualized homework help for kids.
From the solar system to the world economy to the latest
on Harry Potter, Fact Monster has the information kids are seeking,
all in one easy-to-use, searchable site. Fact Monster is fun too!
What's On Web Radio lists all of the radio stations that are
broadcasting live on the internet. You can listen to most of the live
webcasts using Real Player or Windows Media software. Select a
continent for your radio taste and give a listen:
I find interesting websites from a variety of
sources (mostly lists I subscribe to). If you find yourself
searching for something and would like some help, give SeeknFind a
try. SeeknFind is a discussion mailing list where subscribers help
each other find information in the Internet, such as files,
faqs, guides, software, content sites, technical information,
resources, and in general any answer to any question! Alan Harrell
is your host for SeeknFind along with Ben Cooper and some other very
knowledgeable folks ready to help.
Well, I guess that's about enough Interesting Stuff for now... :)