Latest LinksBy Margaret Berkland, Published on October 1, 2002
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At this site, you can enter a blog url and receive a listing or related blogs (blog neighborhood). You can also search the 13,000 weblogs database to find a blog on your topic. Under Top Blogs you can browse each grouping of 100 blogs to locate one of interest to you. The rank is determined by the number of persons linking to the blog.
Don’t Link to Us!
“Don't Link to Us! links to sites that attempt to impose substantial restrictions on other sites that link to them.” Links to the sites and the information about the sites are arranged by date. There is also an archive of material for June 2002 and search capability for the archive.
“CIAC has been providing the U.S. Department of Energy with incident response, reporting, and tracking, along with other computer security support since 1989.” At this site, hoaxes and chain letters on the Internet are explained. The history of hoaxes is provided as well as the risk and cost of hoaxes. The visitor is told how to recognize hoaxes and what to do if you receive a hoax or chain letter. The user can find hoaxes by category, use the hoax index, or use the search engine to search for a hoax. There are also links to other companies and organizations with pages providing information about hoaxes and viruses.
The 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers List 2002
This is the annual list from Working Mothers magazine. There is a link to each company’s website. Top Ten, Best in Industry, and Best in Class designations are listed by the companies awarded those designations. If you click on “Contents of This Issue”, there are links to the list of Best in Class and Best of Best as well as an explanation of how the winners were selected.
The Journalist’s Toolbox
The Journalist’s Toolbox has links to 14,500+ websites of value to the media and others performing research. There is a pull down menu of categories of links. Some examples of the categories are Internet/Tech, Public Records, Politics, Expert Sources, and Business News to name just a few. You can also search the site or the web by a word(s) of your choice.
Page by Page Books
The unique feature of this site is that is puts only one page length worth of text on a screen which eliminates endless scrolling and increases the ease of reading a book via computer. The site claims to have hundreds of classic books and texts available for reading for free. You can browse the selections by author or title. The home page lists the most recent additions.
STANDS4.com claims to be created to be the leading Internet source for acronyms and abbreviations. It has been awarded the Library Spot of the Week award. You can browse the ten categories to locate the definition of your acronym or abbreviation or browse alphabetically. You can run search your acronym or abbreviation in the alphabetical list.