I thought I would start this time with a resource I really enjoy - I
enjoy most kinds of music, but I particularly enjoy classical music
while I am working. All Classics has Free classical music mp3 music.
Some really great stuff here!
The Virtual Chase is a really great resource that has been around for
a while. In fact, I was surprised that I don't think I have mentioned
this place before! Gene Tyburski's Virtual Chase focuses on legal
research, but legal research on only part of what you will find...
The articles and research guides are some of the best around!
The Space Place is fun for everyone, but it is especially cool for
the kids! Make Spacey things, Do Spacey things and see Space Science
in action or check out Dr. Marc's amazing Facts.
GovPro is your online source for news and events, articles, and the
most comprehensive database of supplier and product information
intended to fulfill the needs of the government professional.
The Interactive Web-based Histology Atlas is a living source of
information. It's existence depends on the submission of images by
researchers around the world. Search the public database for
annotated images of normal and cancerous tissue from humans and
animals or Search the private database for images that were submitted
The Fagan Finder has some of the best internet tools gathered on one
page. Search engines, reference, news, multimedia, discussion,
dictionaries, calculator, etc. Fagan Finder's goal is to help people
find what they are looking for!
I am not sure why, but some of the best resources at Fagan Finder
don't seem to be available on the main webpage. Be sure to check out
the Biography page for some additional reference and resource links
located at the bottom of the page.
Lots of folks (including me) are now taking digital photographs...
If you are new to digital photography you will should find this Short
Course in Editing Digital Photographs very helpful!
The Historical Text archive has links to history resources on a
variety of topics and for a number of geographical regions. If you
are interested in history, you should give the Historical Text
Archives a visit!
Animabets is where kids have fun learning! Try exercising with Boris
Bear, learning about languages from Alley Alligator or exploring the
planets with Jeckyl Jaguar.
The United States Genealogy Sleuth is a list of sites that will give
you a lot of help when conducting U.S. genealogy research. This
place has some of the best Genealogy resources you will find! There
is also an International Genealogy Sleuth page...
The Fast Food Facts Interactive Food Finder is very enlightening!
Did you know there are more than 300,000 fast food restaurants in the
United States? Find out why nutrition experts point out, fast food is
often high in calories, sodium, fat and cholesterol.
Alibris is a great book resource to have when you need it! Find
millions of used books, rare books, out-of-print books, and other
hard-to-find books at Alibris.
NatureServe Explorer is a great reference source for authoritative
conservation information on more than 50,000 plants, animals, and
ecological communities of the United States and Canada. NatureServe
Explorer provides in-depth information on rare and endangered
species, but includes common plants and animals too. Be sure to check
out the interactive NatureServe Explorer search!
Acurian has a Comprehensive listing of clinical trials actively
enrolling participants, Detailed drug information, from development
through approval to release and Exclusive news and commentaries from
leading medical and research resources. A great medical resource.
The Investor's Clearinghouse has some great investor education
resources from 21 leading non-profit, governmental and self-
regulatory associations and agencies. You will find information on a
wide range of investment topics at the Investor's Clearinghouse.
Addiction Search is a comprehensive site dedicated to providing
health consumers and professionals with up-to-date, research-based
information on drugs and alcohol, treatment approaches, and policy
issues. At this site you will be able to find resources for dealing
with substance abuse problems in yourself or others.
Quick Search on the Internet is an article written by Richard A.
"Red" Lawhern, Ph.D. that goes back to 1996. The "Quick Search" was
recently updated and contains some great search resources.
The Finfacts Finance Centre provides an online finance resource and
real world expert independent advice from BDO Simpson Xavier
Financial Services Ltd., a leading Irish finance firm. There are
links to lots of interesting stuff on at FinFacts, but I found the
"Worldwide 2001 Cost of Living Survey City Rankings" very
Mediwarp is an intelligent health search engine with a database of
over 500.000 health related documents. Mediwarp also provides a
directory of popular preselected health and medical related web
Search Hippo is bigger than you know... Search Hippo provides a crisp
and clean web search experience. Give the Hippo a try on your next
Who 2 is a search site for famous people and claims to be the fastest
way to find famous people online. Each famous person has the simple
data you're most likely looking for including birth and death dates,
most famous works, odd or famous trivia...
The Northern Light Business Search is a relatively new resource, but
one that everyone should know about. Business Search Specializes in
searching of industry-focused Web pages, market research, economic
analysis, and company reports for business professionals
GenDoor is a complete search engine devoted to Genealogy. GenDoor
uses proprietary software to quickly identify genealogical related
pages and include them in an index for you to search.
Enchanted Learning has cool crafts resources for kids! The crafts
projects are for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school
children and use materials found around the house, like egg cartons,
cardboard, paper, boxes, string, crayons, paint, glue, etc.
The OpenWine Project is a compilation of wine-related resource
information created by and for members of global wine community.
Anyone can browse the OpenWine directory at the OpenWine Project
site. A great resource for wine lovers!
USinns is the premier Search Engine / Guide for Bed & Breakfast Inns
in the United States with the most comprehensive and up-to-date
Internet-based directory of Bed & Breakfast Inns. With currently
over 25,000 Bed and Breakfast Inns listings in their database,
USinns.com is a truly comprehensive resource for B & B travelers.
Well, I guess that's about enough Interesting Stuff for now... :)