LibrarySpot.com
Posted by soulorcell in blogs & zines 15 years ago
We created LibrarySpot.com to break through the information overload of the Web and bring the best library and reference sites together with insightful editorial in one user-friendly spot. Sites featured on LibrarySpot.com are hand-selected and reviewed by our editorial team for their exceptional quality, content and utility.
The Comedy Zone
Posted by soulorcell in strangely funny 15 years ago
Categories: American Comedy (98) new Audio and Video Clips (130) new Australian Comedy (35) Bizarre and Weird (186) new British Comedy (169) new Cartoons and Comics (260) new Clubs and Venues (34) Directories (70) Festivals and Events (15) Games (41) General Comedy (322) new Greetings and Funny Cards (42) Humorous Quotations (43) new International (58) new Jokes and Joking (222) new Kids Korner (20) Personal Homepages (100) new Photographic Funnies (65) new Regional (22) Resources and Training (35) Satirical Humour (278) new Stand Up Comedy (163) new Street Entertainers (12) TV and Film Comedy (101) Webmaster Resources (18) Worst of the Web (17) Writing (84) Zines Zines Zines (51)
Artcyclopedia
Posted by soulorcell in it's the arts 15 years ago
Our mission is to become the definitive and most effective guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet:

definitive: We have compiled a comprehensive index of every artist represented at hundreds of museum sites, image archives, and other online resources. We have started out by covering the biggest and best sites around, and have links for most well-known artists to keep you surfing for hours. Update February/2002: We have now indexed 1200 arts sites, and offer more than 32,000 links to an estimated 100,000 works by 7,500 renowned artists.

most effective: The Artcyclopedia's custom search engine is already the fastest way to search the Net for information about fine artists. Period.

museum-quality: There are scads of artists with home pages on the Web, many of whom are extremely talented. But we can't list every site, and we really don't want to set ourselves up as arbiters of who produces "quality" art and who doesn't - making such a judgment is impossible over the Internet in any case. We feel that fairest approach is to rely on the worldwide network of museum professionals to make that call. So our general policy is, if an artist is in an arts museum collection, then he or she is qualified to be listed in our database.

AllSearchEngines.com
Posted by soulorcell in the wired 15 years ago
The net's top search engine index, a great search engine directory. Bookmark this page!
Noodle Tools
Posted by soulorcell in the wired 15 years ago
Information Literacy: Search Strategies Choose the Best Search for your Information Need
Alphabetical index of virtually every trailer on the web. A must have link !!