The white paper link dataset compilation of the ChatterBots Resources and Sites Subject Tracer™ Information Blog by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. has been just updated and is now a 15 page .pdf document 184KB listing the latest and greatest online resources and sites for ChatterBots! [Updated on April 11, 2014] Other white papers are available by clicking here.
The above is the associated white paper link dataset compilation of the Financial Sources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. It is a 32 page .pdf document 248KB. [Updated on April 10, 2014] Other white papers are available by clicking here.
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) is a nationwide program coordinated by the National Library of Medicine (NLM). The mission of the NN/LM is to advance the progress of medicine and improve the public health by: 1) providing all U.S. health professionals equal access to biomedical information and, 2) improving the public’s access to information, enabling them to make informed decisions about their health and healthcare. The Network consists of over 6,000 member organizations. These include academic medical libraries, hospital, pharmaceutical and other special health sciences libraries, information centers, public libraries and community-based organizations with an interest in promoting access to health information. Eight Regional Medical Libraries (RMLs), major institutions under contract with the National Library of Medicine, assist NLM with providing timely access to quality biomedical and health information. In addition to the RML contracts, NLM funds contracts for three national centers, the National Library of Medicine Training Center (NTC), the Outreach Evaluation Resource Center (OERC) and the Web Services Technology Operations Center. In support of the Network, the RMLs plan, promote and implement programs, services and outreach within their gographic regions as well as cross-regional collaborative activities. This will be added to Healthcare Resources Subject Tracer™.
The FP7 project OpenAIRE aimed to support the implementation of Open Access in Europe. It provides the means to promote and realize the widespread adoption of the Open Access Policy, as set out by the ERC Scientific Council Guidelines for Open Access and the Open Access pilot launched by the European Commission. Its successor OpenAIREplus is aimed at linking the aggregated research publications to the accompanying research and project information, datasets and author information. The goal is to make through the portal www.openaire.eu, as much European funded research output as possible available to all. This research output, whether it is publications, datasets or project information is not only accessible through the OpenAIRE portal, extra functionalities are also offered, such as statistics, reporting tools and widgets – making OpenAIRE a useful support service for researchers, coordinators and project managers. OpenAIRE relies heavily on a decentralized structure where there is a representation in all member states (the so-called NOADs or National Open Access Desks) who can give specialized advice. If you have a question about a country-specific situation, you an contact them. Researchers working for European funded projects can participate by depositing their research output in their own repository, publish with participating journals or deposit directly in the OpenAIRE repository ZENODO– and indicating the project it belongs to in the metadata. Dedicated pages per project are visible on the OpenAIRE portal. OpenAIRE’s three main objectives are to: a) build support structures for researchers in depositing FP7 research publications through the establishment of the European Helpdesk and the outreach to all European member states through the operation and collaboration of 27 National Open Access Liaison Offices; b) establish and operate an electronic infrastructure for handling peer-reviewed articles as well as other important forms of publications (pre-prints or conference publications). This is achieved through a portal that is the gateway to all user-level services offered by the e-Infrastructure established, including access (search and browse) to scientific publications and other value-added functionality (post authoring tools, monitoring tools through analysis of document and usage statistics); and c) work with several subject communities to explore the requirements, pactices, incentives, workflows, data models, and technologies to deposit, access, and combine research datasets of various forms in combination with research publications. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Statistics Resources and Big Data Subject Tracer™.
The above white paper link dataset compilation of the Green Files Subject Tracer™ Information Blog by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. is a freely available 22 page .pdf document (219KB) listing the latest and greatest online resources and sites for the environment and all things green! Completely Updated on April 9, 2014. Other white papers are available by clicking here.
Ideas don’t come from nothing. That is why we all are in a constant pursuit of discoveries and new sources of inspiration. All these great things, however, have a mischievous tendency to get lost in a mess we make of them, and eventually finding them on our own computer might turn out to be harder than it was on the World Wide Web. Dragdis is here to make collecting things seamless by helping you put your discoveries to the right place the second you come across them. Drag & drop anything anywhere. Collect images, texts, links or videos to your private folders or post directly to Facebook, Twitter & (soon to come) Tumblr, Dropbox, Pinterest etc. Driven by their passion for simplicity, they work hard to offer you new cluster-free habits. They are convinced that Dragdis brings a fundamental shift in how people move content around. This will be added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.
Omlet is an Open Messaging Platform, a new standard for mobile messaging applications that leverages the unique attributes of the phone to enable consumers to “share anything, with anyone, anywhere,” while owning the data they share. MobiSocial is working closely with a wide range of device manufacturers, telecommunication carriers, and consumer data storage vendors to make Omlet as widely available as possible to redefine and evolve the Open Messaging marketplace. Omlet Chat enables consumers to share anything (text, images, files, video, music), with anyone, from any device (IOS or Android). One of the key features of Omlet Chat is the ability for groups to find, connect, and collaborate with one another. This enables users to create “social galleries” of their photos or chat with new friends without sharing any personal information regardless of what other networks they belong to. By leveraging the power of the phone and its social DNA, Omlet Chat will introduce the new “Open Messaging” experience to the global marketplace. Smartphone and tablet provider ASUS is embedding Omlet Chat as a native app on all units of ZenFone, the revolutionary new phone that it unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). This will be added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.
Billed as one of the most complete people search on the web. Their people search records may include the following: a) phone records; b) education records; c) criminal records; d) email records; e) relatives; f) court records; g) associates; h) address records; and i) arrest data. This will be added to Finding People Resources and Sites Subject Tracer™.
Their mission is to fund science that moves us forward. As a society, we are in a position to study, learn, and innovate more than ever before. Yet there is one major bottleneck; funding. In recent years, it’s become increasingly difficult for new ideas to get off the ground, especially the innovative and high-risk ideas with the biggest impact. Since 2010, 80% of principal investigators spend more time writing grant proposals and 67% are struggling with less funding. ‘Big science’ has become synonymous with ‘budget cuts’. This is about your ability to invest in our future. This is about Science for the people, by the people. Step One – Researchers post projects needing funding on Experiment; Step Two – They share their project to fundraise and spread awareness; and Step Three – Once a project reaches its goal, supporters are rewarded with insight behind the science. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.