Over 35,000 individual sources are claimed as searchable.
I’ve not been able to justify subscribing, so I don’t know.
– Huge behemoth of media now public domain – rare books, sound recordings, video, 20 year archived images of all old websites, and free audio books! (and my top 3) WWW virtual library – a listing of indexes to industries. Updated frequently, the Electronic Briefing Books represent just a small sample of the documents in our published and unpublished collections.” gov – Government research archives, if your tax dollars paid for it, the results are here.
Also a huge collection of science presentation videos. 3 portals to fetch data, Earth Explore, Glovis and Seamless. There are tutorials on how to get free aerial photos over at
I have to add, the wiggly effect on the visualization is damn cool, just grab the center item and move it to understand what I’m talking about. Good if you aren’t sure what the exact name of the subject is you seek – Not a web based search engine, requires you download software.
Highly rated, very interesting especially to the 35F intel types. Find – Find Articles has articles from about 500 periodicals with coverage back to 1998, and is completely free of charge.
This allows you to quickly focus on the type of answer you were looking for. – nice multi engine aggregator Surfwax – They have a 2011 interface for rss and a 2009 interface I think is better. Dogpile – another multi engine aggregator Scout Project- edu — Since 1994, the Scout Project has focused on developing better tools and services for finding, filtering, and presenting online information and metadata.
================================================================================================================================================================= Search by Email 10. Alumni Alumni provides a list of alumni websites all over the world to help find your classmates.
Spychat Twitter, Friend Feed, Flickr, Back Type 16.
Conversation Search Engine offers to search plenty of social networks.
Infomine – comprehensive virtual library and reference tool for academics. Library of Congress – – Phenomenal digitized archives, “American Memory” especially interesting. National Security Archive – Declassified papers and such.
But I’ve found it not too useful, better engines out there. In their words – “National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Books provide online access to critical declassified records on issues including U. national security, foreign policy, diplomatic and military history, intelligence policy, and more.