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KeyPass – Open Source Password Manager

February 16, 2006

KeePass – Open Source Password Manager
http://keepass.sourceforge.net/

KeePass is a free/open-source password manager or safe which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key-disk. So you only have to remember one single master password or insert the key-disk to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish). This will be added to Security Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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The Library of Congress: Webcasts

February 16, 2006

The Library of Congress: Webcasts
http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/index.php

Perhaps you, gentle user, are looking for an insightful and contemplative 45-minute talk on Beethoven? Maybe you would like to learn more about the nature of Cold War realpolitik? Fortunately, the Library of Congress’s Webcasts website has these topics well covered, along with 301 like-minded talks. Over the past six years, the Library of Congress has documented several hundred of the talks, discussions, and conferences that have taken place under its leadership. On this site, visitors have access to all of these talks in their entirety, along with webcasts from the National Book Festival. Visitors can scan through a complete list of all 303 webcasts, or browse a thematic list that organizes the talks into areas such as religion, government, and education. Some of the webcasts are particularly engaging, such as John Hope Franklin’s talk on his own life as well as John Irving’s appearance at the 2005 National Book Festival. [From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2006. http://scout.wisc.edu/]

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International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME)

February 16, 2006


IEJME

International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME)
http://www.iejme.com/

Forthcoming October 2006 – The International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME) is a academic journal devoted to the publication of research articles on all aspects of mathematics education. All research articles are reviewed by editors consisting of internationally respected mathematics educators, researchers, and practitioners. The International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education is an international educational periodical that is online published three times in a year. The aim of this journal is to publish original, reviewed articles on a variety of topics and research methods in Mathematics Education. The journal welcomes articles that address issues in Mathematics Education. The journal welcomes studies that explore Mathematics Education from different cultural perspectives.

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Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) Working Papers

February 16, 2006

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) Working Papers
http://www.mpi-fg-koeln.mpg.de/pu/workpapers_en.html

The MPIfG’s research aims to develop an empirically based theory of the social and political foundations of modern economies. It primarily investigates the interrelation between economic and social action. Using an institutional approach, it examines how markets and business organizations develop from the historical-institutional, political and cultural framework in which they are embedded and how institutional contexts change over time. MPIfG Working Papers are expected to present original ideas that could guide future scholarly research, or to draw out the implications of available knowledge for a better understanding of public-policy problems. Working Papers should be well-written, without always and necessarily following the formal standards that apply to professional research papers. Like MPIfG Discussion Papers, MPIfG Working Papers are refereed. They are only available online. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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KeyPass – Open Source Password Manager

February 16, 2006

KeePass – Open Source Password Manager
http://keepass.sourceforge.net/

KeePass is a free/open-source password manager or safe which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key-disk. So you only have to remember one single master password or insert the key-disk to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish). This will be added to Security Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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The Library of Congress: Webcasts

February 16, 2006

The Library of Congress: Webcasts
http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/index.php

Perhaps you, gentle user, are looking for an insightful and contemplative 45-minute talk on Beethoven? Maybe you would like to learn more about the nature of Cold War realpolitik? Fortunately, the Library of Congress’s Webcasts website has these topics well covered, along with 301 like-minded talks. Over the past six years, the Library of Congress has documented several hundred of the talks, discussions, and conferences that have taken place under its leadership. On this site, visitors have access to all of these talks in their entirety, along with webcasts from the National Book Festival. Visitors can scan through a complete list of all 303 webcasts, or browse a thematic list that organizes the talks into areas such as religion, government, and education. Some of the webcasts are particularly engaging, such as John Hope Franklin’s talk on his own life as well as John Irving’s appearance at the 2005 National Book Festival. [From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2006. http://scout.wisc.edu/]

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International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME)

February 16, 2006


IEJME

International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME)
http://www.iejme.com/

Forthcoming October 2006 – The International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME) is a academic journal devoted to the publication of research articles on all aspects of mathematics education. All research articles are reviewed by editors consisting of internationally respected mathematics educators, researchers, and practitioners. The International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education is an international educational periodical that is online published three times in a year. The aim of this journal is to publish original, reviewed articles on a variety of topics and research methods in Mathematics Education. The journal welcomes articles that address issues in Mathematics Education. The journal welcomes studies that explore Mathematics Education from different cultural perspectives.

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Seekz – Parallel Web Search Engine

February 15, 2006

Seekz – Parallel Web Search Engine
http://www.seekz.com/

Seekz is a parallel web search engine, or metasearch. It is a university project and is non-commercial. Every time a search is performed, many of the Internet’s top search engines are queried simultaneously. The results are merged into one large set with the most relevant websites appearing first. Seperate pages from the same website are grouped together. Although Seekz is currently at an early stage of development, it exists as a fully working, and highly capable, web search engine. The search engine will be kept running and continue to improve indefinitely after the lifetime of the university project. There is large scope for additional features, and many will be implemented in the future. This will be added to the search engine section of the 2006 Internet MiniGuides.

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Can’t Find On Google

February 15, 2006


Can’t Find On Google

Can’t Find On Google
http://www.cantfindongoogle.com

Most of the time, you punch what you want to know into Google, and you instantly get what you’re looking for. But have you ever had that experience, where you try query after query and no matter how hard you try, you just can’t find what you’re looking for? That’s what this site is for — because the things Google can’t find is more interesting than the stuff Google can find. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Deep Web Research Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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StopBad Ware.org

February 15, 2006

StopBad Ware.org
http://www.stopbadware.org/

We’ve all seen it happen: you or someone you know has downloaded something from the internet that seemed harmless enough at the time. Next thing you know, the computer has slowed to a crawl. Pop-up advertising starts to appear out of nowhere. Private information gets sent to some company you’ve never heard of. And the worst part? Trying to uninstall the software might only make the problem worse. Viruses and worms are no longer the biggest threat to computer users – now it’s badware. Badware is a term we use to encompass the broad range of malicious software that is sneaking onto people’s computers, including spyware and deceptive adware. It can subvert your computer for the benefit for a third party, frustrate you with unwanted advertising, and even steal your most personal information. Badware plagues millions of computers already, and it’s eroding people’s trust in the internet. Their mission is to fix that. StopBadware.org is a “Neighborhood Watch” campaign aimed at fighting badware. We will seek to provide reliable, objective information about downloadable applications in order to help consumers to make better choices about what they download on to their computers. We aim to become a central clearinghouse for research on badware and the bad actors who spread it, and to become a focal point for developing collaborative, community-minded approaches to stopping badware. Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society and Oxford University’s Oxford Internet Institute are leading this initiative with the support of several prominent tech companies, including Google, Lenovo, and Sun Microsystems. Consumer Reports WebWatch is serving as an unpaid special advisor. John Palfrey, Executive Director of the Berkman Center and Harvard Clinical Professor of Law, and Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard Law Visiting Professor and Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation at Oxford University, are StopBadware.org co-directors. Supporting them are an advisory board and working group made up of some of the top experts in the field, including Internet pioneers Esther Dyson and Vint Cerf.This has been added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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