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- "The Preeminent Internet Publisher of Literature, Reference, and Verse providing students, researchers and the intellectually curioius with unlimited access to books and information on the web, free of charge."
- "(OCA) represents the collaborative efforts of a group of cultural, technology, nonprofit, and governmental organizations from around the world that will help build a permanent archive of multilingual digitized text and multimedia content."
- "Web Page for Humanities Research"
- "Open access to 496,504 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology and Statistics . . . . This archive is based upon activities supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation under Agreement No. 9413208 (1 Mar 1995 thru 30 Sep 2000) with the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and by the U.S. Department of Energy." - (Cornell University Library)
- Library of Congress
[RealOne Player] - The power of the spoken word, especially when well-delivered and articulated, is immense; and this archive of speeches and rhetoric, developed and maintained by Michael E. Eidenmuller, (an assistant professor of communications at the University of Texas at Tyler) is an excellent way to delve into this subject. The core of the site is a truly comprehensive online speech bank that contains over 5000 speeches (in a host of formats), along with other recorded media events. The links in the speech bank are arranged alphabetically by first name and are checked for errors at least once every two weeks. One particularly compelling feature of the site is an area devoted to the rhetoric of 9/11, which contains over 150 active links to speeches dealing with the events on and around that date. Here visitors can listen to a 1998 interview with Osama Bin Laden or listen to President Bush's address to the United States on that tragic day. Overall, this site will be both useful to students and teachers alike, along with the Web-browsing public. [From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2003. http://scout.wisc.edu]
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- And Guidelines for Documenting Sources from the World Wide Web - These guidelines on MLA documentation style are the only ones available on the Internet that are authorized by the Modern Language Association of America.
- "Internet Imprint of the Stanford University Libraries - One of the 2 largest free full-text science archives on earth."
- Smileys and Emoticons
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