Canada: Residential and Business listings,
lookup and listings
The Whole World.
Translation Service: Translate words, phrases and entire web pages.
IMDB: The Internet Movie Database:
The ultimate cinematic search engine. Actors, writers, crew, it's all here.
EpGuides.Com (TV episode guides)
More News Resources:
Guardian Unlimited (UK)
Asahi Shimbun (Japan)
Michael Moore (U.S.)
This Modern World (U.S.)
Village Voice (U.S.)
Molly Ivins, RIP
J. Michael Straczynski
Common Dreams News Center
left i on the news
Talking Points Memo
Hullabaloo by digby
The Huffington Post
Crooks and Liars
N.S. 4 Day Weather Forecast Graphic and
Environment Canada's most recent
µ the inquirer
The Ultimate Band List/Artists Direct:
A search engine of 20th century music.
The iTools Research Site:
Featuring a currency converter, a universal translator, a pronunciation
dictionary, English dictionary, rhyming dictionary, computing dictionary,
thesaurus, language identifier, french verb conjugator, anagram engine,
acronym dictionary, biographical dictionary, birthday search engine,
religious dictionary, Bartlett's Online Quotations, maps, the CIA
factbook, telephone listings, an 800 number directory, stock quotes, zip
codes, UPS and Fedex parcel trackers, listings of email discussion groups,
and more resources being added all the time.
Free online encyclopedia
Dead People Server
Who's Alive and Who's
The Disinformation Subculture Search
If it's a story not covered by the conventional media, look for it here.
The CSICOP Search Engine:
The Committee for Scientific Investigation of Claims Of the Paranormal is
dedicated to the proposition that extraordinary claims demand
extraordinary proof. Look for the truth here.
Britannica: Website of the famous
Manual - Home Edition A plainly written medical manual for
the lay person.
Reference Desk and Health Service Guide: An
reference of medicine, anatomy, the sciences, pretty much the sum total
of human knowledge, actually. There is so much here an index of it
would be larger than my entire web site.
D. Bennett's Teaching and Learning About Canada:
An extraordinarily detailed reference about all things
Canadian, ideal for Social Studies teachers and students.
Cecil Adams' The
Straight Dope: Where you will find the
true answers to all manner of strange questions. This site contains the
most recent 52 weeks of reclusive genius Cecil Adams' The Straight
Dope newspaper column. Recommended reading.
I, Cringely: Bob Cringely's weekly column on technical issues, news and
scuttlebutt. Recommended reading.
Works of William Shakespeare: Annotated and available for
download or read them online.
Whatis.com: The place to go for
definitions of computer terms for the layman and other arcana.
The Excite! Web Site Search Engine:
Access to millions of sites.
The Advanced Research Page:
The most interesting and innovative sites that I could find. Explore
nanotechnology and the home pages of great thinkers here.
Ian Bailey's excellent explanation of a complex
manufacturing process is again online. (Warning: audio clip cuts in
as soon as web page loads.)
The Internet Tourbus:
Long-running computer and Internet mailing list
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