||The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Free online encyclopedia, edited by James Fieser and Bradley Dowden, hosted by the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Links :: Reference :: Encyclopedias
||The Internet Archive
An Internet library, with the purpose of offering free and permanent access to historical digital collections for researchers, historians, and scholars. With the Internet Archive Wayback Machine you can surf the web as it was: the archive contains over 100 terabytes and 10 billion web pages archived from 1996 to the present!
Links :: Computers :: Internet :: Archives
||The Aria Database
A collection of information on operatic arias for singers and music lovers spanning the history of opera including translations, aria lyrics, and MIDI files.
Links :: Music :: Opera
||The Math Forum
A leading center for mathematics and mathematics education on the Internet. The Math Forum's mission is to provide resources, materials, activities, person-to-person interactions, and educational products and services that enrich and support teaching and learning in an increasingly technological world.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Math
||The Luminous Landscape
Very comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape and nature photography using traditional as well as digital image processing techniques.
Links :: Art and Culture :: Photography :: Techniques
Health Information from the National Library of Medicine.
Links :: Health and Medicine
||ArtLex Art Dictionary
More than 2,600 terms defined, many with illustrations, great quotations, pronunciation notes, and links to other resources.
Links :: Reference :: Dictionaries
||The Chandra X-ray Observatory Center
News, photos, chronicles, education and resources about the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Astronomy and Space :: Observatories
||The Teacher's Corner
Teacher resources, lesson plans, thematic units, seasonal/subject activities and more. Find new and exciting ideas!
Links :: Education :: Teacher Resources :: K-12
||Art History Resources on the Web
Very comprehensive collection of Art History links divided by period. By Chris Witcombe, Professor of Art History at the Sweet Briar College, Virginia.
Links :: Art and Culture :: Art History :: Directories
||National Women's Health Information Center (offline)
Provides a gateway to the vast array of Federal and other women's health information resources. This site can help you link to, read, and download a wide variety of women's health-related material developed by the Department of Health and Human Services, other Federal agencies, and private sector resources.
Links :: Health and Medicine :: Women
||Tree of Life Web Project
The Tree of Life is a global, collaborative effort documenting biodiversity and phylogeny of life. Its goal is to compile information about evolutionary history and characteristics of all organisms.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Biology :: Organisms
A comprehensive catalog of language-related Internet resources. The more than 2000 links at iLoveLanguages have been hand-reviewed to bring you the best language links the Web has to offer.
Links :: Travel :: Languages :: Directories
The Artcyclopedia is an index of online museums and image archives: find out where the works of over 7,500 different fine artists can be viewed online.
Links :: Art and Culture :: Directories
||Windows to the Universe
Comprehensive, graphics intensive, fun Web site about the Earth and Space Sciences.
Links :: Kids and Teens :: Science :: Astronomy and Space
Resources and training for journalists, from Bill Dedman: computer-assisted reporting, computer-assisted journalism, alert services, bookmarks, newsroom training, search tools.
Links :: Society :: News and Media :: Resources and Services
||MacTutor History of Mathematics
The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, created and maintained by John O'Connor and Edmund F. Robertson, contains the biographies of more than 1300 mathematicians plus articles, resources and more.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Math :: History
The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides an integrated approach to the use of gene and protein sequence information, the scientific literature (MEDLINE), molecular structures, and related resources, in biomedicine.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Biology :: Genetics
||Ask Dr. Universe
You can ask Dr. Universe almost anything! She'll go to Washington State University's great team of researchers for her information. She'll follow them out to the field, or into the laboratory or library, to find your answers... She is a cat, a cat with connections!
Links :: Kids and Teens :: Science
||The International Children's Digital Library
Read hundreds of books cover to cover for free!
Links :: Reference :: Libraries :: Digital :: Kids and Teens
||News and Newspapers Online (offline)
Lists hundreds of news resources from around the world that offer free access to current, general-interest, full-text news.
Links :: News and Media :: Directories
||Early Music Record Labels (offline)
Lists record labels that issue CDs of early music or historically informed performances on instruments of the period (or modern copies).
Links :: Music :: Early Music :: Record Labels :: Directories
Very cool math stuff! Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, math puzzles and problems, tessellations, functions, limits, math links. Math for kids too!
Links :: Science and Technology :: Math :: Education
||The Biology Project
An interactive online resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona. The Biology Project is fun, richly illustrated, and tested on 1000s of students. It has been designed for biology students at the college and high school level, but is useful for medical students, physicians, science writers, and all types of interested people.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Biology :: Education
||Orisinal : Morning Sunshine
Orisinal.com by Ferry Halim with Bubble Bees, Chicken Wings, Bum Bum Koala, Snowbowling, Dare Dozen, Cranky Crabs, and more!
Links :: Lifestyle and Recreation :: Games :: Internet :: Collections
The mission of VolunteerMatch is to help everyone find a great place to volunteer. The nonprofit, online service, is helping thousands of nonprofit organizations attract the volunteer support they need.
Links :: Society :: Solidarity :: Volunteering :: Directories
Interactive science teaching and community outreach tool, staffed and maintained by volunteer scientists and engineers from around the world. The MadSci Network fields questions in 26 different subjects, covering topics in astronomy, the biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, earth sciences, engineering and physics.
Links :: Kids and Teens :: Science
||The Global Gourmet
Features weekly updates, international recipes, cookbook profiles, regular columnists, food news, cooking tips, wine and product reviews, shopping and the Gourmet Guess food trivia game. Launched in 1994.
Links :: Lifestyle and Recreation :: Cooking
Your source for common-sense evaluations of e-mail chain letters, helpful tips and advice.
Links :: Computers :: Internet :: Email :: Spam
||On-line Picasso Project
Year by year survey of artwork by Pablo Picasso. With biographical and bibliographical resources and museum list.
Links :: Art and Culture :: Art History :: Artists
Amateur science resources, kids' science projects and activities, science textbook errors, Tesla coil construction, physics teaching articles, electricity articles, electrostatics projects. Weird science archives including antigravity, free energy, ball lightning, anomaly reporting, build-it projects, freenrg-L discussion group. Very content-heavy, link collections too. From Bill Beaty.
Links :: Science and Technology :: Amateur Science
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