Sunday, September 19, 2004

Weekend update: Other things found this week:
A shorter list than usual this week, probably because I'm still not quite back to schedule. Some very useful things here, though....

The links....

Reference :
  • World Oil Market and Oil Price Chronologies, 1970-2003 from DoE.
  • Rock 'n' Roll Timeline from the Hall of Fame.
  • Cliffs Notes now online for free.
  • Religion and the public schools, a policy page from Dept of Education.
  • MapStats: new resource from FedStats lets you get quick demographic facts on a state, county, or city. This is very cool, just like the Census' QuickFacts, but down to city level.
  • Criminal Victimization Characteristics: latest DoJ report.
  • National Mobility Studydone again by Texas A&M's mobility center, rates traffic congestion in 85 U.S. cities.
  • Tom Fiedler's Rock Concert Credibility Blues, commentary by Jay Rosen on The Herald editor's prohibition on attending political rock concerts.
    Governments, Politics:
  • U.S. Government Manual, 2004-5 latest edition of this incredibly useful resource.
  • Slashdot Politics: see what the techies have to say.
  • Campaign Radar 2004: from Intelliseek's Blogpulse, which ranks blog postings on political topics.
  • Election Comparison Engine from the shopping comparison site PriceGrabber, this database compares candidates by money raised. You can choose candidates by many attributes and choose to see side-by-side bios, stances, and financing.
  • Pro Football Salary Database from USA Today.

    Tools, People, News, Public records, Florida: No links this week.

    Some Interesting stories/Weblogs:
  • SearchEngineWatch Blog.


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