Monday, February 11, 2008

Research links of the week

  • Journalism 2.0: How to Survive and Thrive from Knight Citizen News Network, downloadable book.
  • Citizen Media Law Project's Legal Guide, interprets law for writers, publishers, bloggers, journalists. From Berkman Center and Knight Foundation.

  • Information Trapping 2008 Style: Research Buzz's pointers on keeping up with websites and news.

  • National Transportation Statistics, updated to 2007.
  • Census Atlas of the United States new downloadable book.
  • Key Facts and Figures about Europe and the Europeans from Europa.

  • Justia News follows the court filings involving major tech companies, and many other current news categories.
  • Biz Journals' GClick Button, download this to put a button on your browser toolbar (IE only) for viewing in-depth information about the companies and executives referenced in any article.

  • Silobreaker: News search engine with "unparalleled insight into news and current events" providing contextual and graphical search results. This one looks interesting.

  • Great Lakes Danger Zones: Center for Public Integrity publishes this report prepared for the CDC, which was never published, "reportedly because it contains such potentially “alarming information” as evidence of elevated infant mortality and cancer rates."
  • Learning Unethical Practices from a Co-worker: The Peer Effect of Jose Canseco study from Institute for the Study of Labor.

    And, uncatagorized but interesting:
  • World War One Color Photos: collected from various archives, mostly French army.


    • Dear Liz. Happy New Year (with a few weeks delay! but it is never too late to congratulate for happy occasions...)
      I am one of your new readers, writing from Iran.
      1- What do you about modest Islamic Hijab? a divine order that is given to muslims around the world in order to save their personality, beauty and fashion? International mainstream media try to create a black propaganda about this issue and you can never recognize the real truth about this... but what about looking at some interesting pictures of women wearing modern hijab? go to
      2- What do you know about Mevlana, the great Sufi Poet of Persian gulf land? did you ever know that he didn't write even a couplet of Turkish poem? this website lets you gather valuable information on Mevlana.
      3- and finally I invite you to take a visit of to learn more about great Iran, the cradle of science, arts and power in the world today...

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:54 AM  

    Post a Comment

    << Home