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Monthly Archives: June 2009
Love books? Traveling to New York? The Library Hotel in NYC uses the Dewey Decimal System (DDS) to organize the many books that it makes available to guests and each floor is dedicated to one of the categories of the … Continue reading
Hongkiat.com lists 100 Alternative Search Engines You Should Know. These SE’s are designed to search specifically for things like E-books, PDF files, audio, music, and videos. Take a quick scan and you could find some helpful specialized search engines to … Continue reading
The Free Music Archive, directed by WFMU, is “an interactive library of high-quality, legal audio downloads.” It currently has about 6,000 songs to offer.
Hunch is a “decision engine” that is designed to help people with their decision making quandaries in ten questions or less using a social network of information. Many topics are available: career and education, electronics, food, finance, relationships, politics, and … Continue reading
Hi everyone, Robin Ashford, GFU’s Reference and Distance Services Librarian, tweeted a link to an article from Inside Higher Ed that discusses the changes going on in university publishing and so I thought that I would pass it on to … Continue reading
Google has launched its newest search options which are now available from a “Show options” link in the upper left corner of your Google search results page. Click on the link to reveal a multifaceted sidebar which takes aim at … Continue reading
Find high-quality online resources in math and science at AMSER, the Applied Math and Science Educational Repository.
Henry VIII had over fifty palaces each with its own collection of books. The “Keeper of the King’s library” was paid £10 a year for his services. The main library was in Richmond and was apparently a personal collection accumulated … Continue reading
A list of the 10 longest English language novels.
The ATLA Religion Database now has an enhanced scripture authority file functionality available. Previously, ATLA Religion Database via EBSCOhost included a flat scripture authority file that displayed scripture references in alphabetical order and required users to search for exact scripture … Continue reading