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Monthly Archives: December 2008
The U.S. government creates a tremendous amount of information but much of it cannot be discovered via your favorite search engine. Government agencies and search engine providers are working to change that, read more about it in this article from … Continue reading
Nokia, known as a leader in the cell phone industry, is branching out into audiobooks. Nokia’s Beta Lab is developing the Nokia Audiobooks project and if you are a Nokia user, you might be able to download a recently updated … Continue reading
Bookfinder.com has compiled a list of the top 10 most sought after out-of-print books in 2008.
The oldest original newspaper in the collection of the Library of Congress is Mercurius Publicas Comprising the Sum of Forraign Intelligence, December 29, 1659.
When using a search engine, you can search within a specific domain by either entering it in the “site” or “domain” field in the advanced search options or you can try simply typing it in the search box with your … Continue reading
According to the International Data Cooperation, by 2011 the digital universe (text, pictures, music, etc.) will be 10 times larger than it was in 2006.
The folks at Kosmix describe it as a guide to the Web. It is designed to provide an organized way of exploring a topic. Basically, Kosmix is a metasearch engine that sends search request to a number of other search … Continue reading
The library of the U.S. Naval Observatory was founded in 1842 and was dedicated as the The James Melville Gilliss Library on December 6, 1996 after a year long renovation. It was named in honor of Naval officer, Captain James … Continue reading
The government provides official news and information through podcasts. Get information about business, health, education, public safety, history, art, and much more by listening to this free information resource.