Monthly Archives: December 2007

Privacy Finder – Privacy-enhanced Search Engine

December 31, 2007

Privacy Finder – Privacy-enhanced Search Engine
http://www.privacyfinder.org/

Privacy Finder is a privacy-enhanced search engine. Once you state your privacy preferences (low, medium, high, or custom), the search results are ordered based on how their computer-readable privacy policies comply with your preferences. A privacy meter with four green boxes indicates that the website complies with all your privacy preferences. Websites that do not comply with some or all of your preferences will have privacy meters with fewer than four green boxes. The number of green boxes that are missing are proportional to the number of preference conflicts between the website’s privacy policy and your privacy preferences. The absence of the privacy meter means that a valid computer-readable privacy policy, known as a P3P policy, could not be located. This has been added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management

December 31, 2007

International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management
http://www.inderscience.com/ijccm

With a clear international and interdisciplinary approach, the journal covers Chinese culture, business, management and related topics. It presents timely and in-depth analyses on these topics, offering the reader a wealth of valuable material on theories and practices which underpin successful business in China.

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DELOS – Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries

December 31, 2007

DELOS – Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries
http://www.delos.info/

DELOS is a Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries partially funded by the European Commission in the frame of the Information Society Technologies Programme (IST). The main objectives of DELOS are research, whose results are in the public domain, and technology transfer, through cooperation agreements with interested parties. That all citizens, anywhere, anytime, should have access to Internet-connected digital devices to search all of human knowledge, regardless of barriers of time, place, culture or language has been a vision of DELOS since its inception. DELOS believes that, in the near future, networked virtual libraries will enable anyone from their home, school or office to access the knowledge contained in the digital collections created by traditional libraries, museums, archives, universities, governmental agencies, specialised organizations, and individuals around the world. These new libraries will offer digital versions of traditional library, museum and archive holdings including text, documents, video, sound and images. But they will also provide powerful new technological capabilities that enable users to refine their requests, analyse the results, access collections in other languages, share resources, and work collaboratively. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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governmentattic.org – Rummaging in the Government’s Attic

December 31, 2007

governmentattic.org – Rummaging in the Government’s Attic
http://www.governmentattic.org/

The aim of this web site is to make available materials unavailable elsewhere. There is no topic-oriented theme to our content. If they have a theme, it is one of openness, hence their motto: Videre licet. Access to documents is through a simple menu. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Privacy Finder – Privacy-enhanced Search Engine

December 31, 2007

Privacy Finder – Privacy-enhanced Search Engine
http://www.privacyfinder.org/

Privacy Finder is a privacy-enhanced search engine. Once you state your privacy preferences (low, medium, high, or custom), the search results are ordered based on how their computer-readable privacy policies comply with your preferences. A privacy meter with four green boxes indicates that the website complies with all your privacy preferences. Websites that do not comply with some or all of your preferences will have privacy meters with fewer than four green boxes. The number of green boxes that are missing are proportional to the number of preference conflicts between the website’s privacy policy and your privacy preferences. The absence of the privacy meter means that a valid computer-readable privacy policy, known as a P3P policy, could not be located. This has been added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management

December 31, 2007

International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management
http://www.inderscience.com/ijccm

With a clear international and interdisciplinary approach, the journal covers Chinese culture, business, management and related topics. It presents timely and in-depth analyses on these topics, offering the reader a wealth of valuable material on theories and practices which underpin successful business in China.

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DELOS – Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries

December 31, 2007

DELOS – Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries
http://www.delos.info/

DELOS is a Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries partially funded by the European Commission in the frame of the Information Society Technologies Programme (IST). The main objectives of DELOS are research, whose results are in the public domain, and technology transfer, through cooperation agreements with interested parties. That all citizens, anywhere, anytime, should have access to Internet-connected digital devices to search all of human knowledge, regardless of barriers of time, place, culture or language has been a vision of DELOS since its inception. DELOS believes that, in the near future, networked virtual libraries will enable anyone from their home, school or office to access the knowledge contained in the digital collections created by traditional libraries, museums, archives, universities, governmental agencies, specialised organizations, and individuals around the world. These new libraries will offer digital versions of traditional library, museum and archive holdings including text, documents, video, sound and images. But they will also provide powerful new technological capabilities that enable users to refine their requests, analyse the results, access collections in other languages, share resources, and work collaboratively. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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governmentattic.org – Rummaging in the Government’s Attic

December 31, 2007

governmentattic.org – Rummaging in the Government’s Attic
http://www.governmentattic.org/

The aim of this web site is to make available materials unavailable elsewhere. There is no topic-oriented theme to our content. If they have a theme, it is one of openness, hence their motto: Videre licet. Access to documents is through a simple menu. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Fleck – Web Page Interaction and Annotation

December 29, 2007

Fleck – Web Page Interaction and Annotation
http://www.fleck.com/

Fleck allows you to interact with pages on the web just as if it were pages in a magazine. You can save your annotated page for yourself, send it to friends or colleagues or use it in your blog. You can start using Fleck right now. It’s free and what’s best: you don’t have to install anything on your computer. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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European Physical Journal: Special Topics

December 29, 2007

European Physical Journal: Special Topics
http://springerlink.com/content/1951-6401/

EPJ – Special Topics is devoted to the rapid and timely publication of topical issues in all fields pertaining to the pure and applied physical sciences. This explicitly includes related fields such as Complex Systems, Physical Biology and Chemistry as well as Materials Sciences. Topical issues may consist of a selection of refereed articles from a focused workshop or topical conference, a collection of review-like articles on a specific subject matter or extensive progress reports unsuitable for publication in EPJ A-E. Proceedings in the traditional sense will only be considered in very exceptional cases for meetings of outstanding quality and
reputation.

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