Featured Subject Tracer

Entrepreneurial Resources 2018

Entrepreneurial Resources (EntrepreneurialResources.info) is a Subject Tracer™ Information Blog developed and created by the Virtual Private Library™. It is designed to monitor entrepreneurial resources on the World Wide Web.

Featured White Paper

Web Guide for the New Economy 2019:

Web Guide for the New Economy 2019 Download the Web Guide for the New Economy The Web Guide for the…

Recent Blog Posts

LocalHarvest

February 07, 2006


LocalHarvest

LocalHarvest
http://www.localharvest.org/

LocalHarvest maintains a definitive and reliable “living” public nationwide directory of small farms, farmers markets, and other local food sources. Our search engine helps people find products from family farms, local sources of sustainably grown food, and encourages them to establish direct contact with small farms in their local area. Our online store helps small farms develop markets for some of their products beyond their local area. This has been added to Agriculture Resources Subject Tracer™ information Blog.

617 views

RecipeSource

February 07, 2006


RecipeSource
http://www.recipesource.com/

While RecipeSource may be one of the newest recipe sites on the Internet, they are also one of the oldest. Their collection was started in 1993 by Jennifer Snider when she discovered the wonders of Usenet newsgroups & Internet mailing lists as a student at the University of California at Berkeley. She started saving recipes posted to those sources and soon amassed thousands of recipes. When her friends found out about the collection, they encouraged her to put them on the web, and she agreed, provided they helped her. After several months of hard work, the recipes first appeared on the web in 1995 as SOAR: The Searchable Online Archive of Recipes. From their start with around 10,000 recipes they have grown the collection to 7 times that size, and had their pages accessed millions of times from around the world. Thanks to their popularity, they have outgrown their original home, so they have moved the collection here to RecipeSource.com, where they hope it will continue to grow, while providing better response time and a better search engine than their old site. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

578 views

Behavior and Social Issues

February 07, 2006


Behavior and Social Issues

Behavior and Social Issues
http://www.bfsr.org/BSI.html

Behavior and Social Issues is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal which serves as a primary scholarly outlet for articles that advance the analysis of human social behavior, particularly with regard to understanding and influencing important social problems. The journal is particularly interested in publishing work related to issues with social justice and human rights implications, but all significant social issues are of interest. The journal serves as a nexus for the development of an intellectual community interested in these areas, which receive only modest attention in most behavioral outlets despite their potential importance for society. The primary intellectual framework for Behavior and Social Issues is the natural science of behavior, including behavior analysis and cultural analysis, but contributions from contrasting viewpoints are also valued. Appropriate contributions include theoretical and conceptual analyses, research articles and brief reports, dialogues, research reviews, and book reviews. Behavior and Social Issues is an appropriate forum for the work of senior scholars in the field, many of whom serve on the editorial board, as well as for the work of emerging scholars, including students, who have an interest in the contributions of a natural science of behavior to constructing cultures of social justice. The journal, published twice a year, is sponsored by Behaviorists for Social Responsibility. This has been added to Social Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

774 views

GeoTools – Open Source Java GIS ToolKit

February 07, 2006

GeoTools – Open Source Java GIS ToolKit
http://www.geotools.org/

Geotools is an open source Java GIS toolkit for developing standards compliant solutions. It provides an implementation of Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) specifications as they are developed. Geotools maintains an open development process, with public collaboration on new ideas . Project communication is open to all , and we welcome new contributions. This has been added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

595 views

LocalHarvest

February 07, 2006


LocalHarvest

LocalHarvest
http://www.localharvest.org/

LocalHarvest maintains a definitive and reliable “living” public nationwide directory of small farms, farmers markets, and other local food sources. Our search engine helps people find products from family farms, local sources of sustainably grown food, and encourages them to establish direct contact with small farms in their local area. Our online store helps small farms develop markets for some of their products beyond their local area. This has been added to Agriculture Resources Subject Tracer™ information Blog.

582 views

RecipeSource

February 07, 2006


RecipeSource
http://www.recipesource.com/

While RecipeSource may be one of the newest recipe sites on the Internet, they are also one of the oldest. Their collection was started in 1993 by Jennifer Snider when she discovered the wonders of Usenet newsgroups & Internet mailing lists as a student at the University of California at Berkeley. She started saving recipes posted to those sources and soon amassed thousands of recipes. When her friends found out about the collection, they encouraged her to put them on the web, and she agreed, provided they helped her. After several months of hard work, the recipes first appeared on the web in 1995 as SOAR: The Searchable Online Archive of Recipes. From their start with around 10,000 recipes they have grown the collection to 7 times that size, and had their pages accessed millions of times from around the world. Thanks to their popularity, they have outgrown their original home, so they have moved the collection here to RecipeSource.com, where they hope it will continue to grow, while providing better response time and a better search engine than their old site. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

574 views

U.S. Congress Votes Database

February 06, 2006

U.S. Congress Votes Database
http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/

This site, washingtonpost.com’s U.S. Congress Votes Database, is a deep database of every vote in the United States Congress since the 102nd Congress (1991). It lets you browse votes in a variety of ways — both in aggregate and for individual members of Congress. Browse the database by drilling down to a particular Congress (e.g. 109th Congress) or particular member (e.g. 109th Congress senators). This site publishes an RSS feed of recent votes by each member of Congress, and a feed of the most recent votes in both chambers. See the RSS page for full details. This site is generally updated every day, although there is a delay between a vote in Congress and its appearance on the official Congress Web sites. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

629 views

PeerMind – P2P Monitor

February 06, 2006


PeerMind

PeerMind – P2P Monitor
http://www.PeerMind.com/

PeerMind uses Nareos state-of-the-art P2P Presence technology to constantly monitor the global P2P networks. Currently they monitor EDonkey 2000 and Gnutella networks, and are working on adding FastTrack and BitTorrent. PeerMind registers millions of file-sharing events every week, and you can see the aggregated results on this site. Using that data, they publish weekly charts of top P2P songs, movies, games and software titles. Their charts show the total number of copies of an item that were available on peer-to-peer file sharing networks during the week. As they collect huge amounts of data every week, there are some even more exciting things that can be discovered from that data. Nareos will broaden the range of charts and reports, offering some of them for free to general public. Nareos does not collect the IP Addresses of individual users, and we will never do so. Internet is a global village, and we respect the privacy of our fellow netizens. This has been added to the P2P section of Deep Web Research Subject Tracer™ Information Blog

539 views

QuantLib Project

February 06, 2006

QuantLib Project
http://quantlib.org/

The QuantLib project is aimed at providing a comprehensive software framework for quantitative finance. QuantLib is a free/open-source library for modeling, trading, and risk management in real-life. QuantLib is written in C++ with a clean object model, and is then exported to different languages such as C#, Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, and Scheme. QuantLibAddin exports a procedural interface to a number of platforms including Microsoft Excel and OpenOffice.org Calc. QuantLibXL also offers an Excel add-in. Bindings to other languages and porting to Gnumeric, Matlab/Octave, S-PLUS/R, Mathematica, COM/CORBA/SOAP architectures, FpML, are under consideration. See the extensions page for details. Appreciated by quantitative analysts and developers, it is intended for academics and practitioners alike, eventually promoting a stronger interaction between them. QuantLib offers tools that are useful both for practical implementation and for advanced modeling, with features such as market conventions, yield curve models, solvers, PDEs, Monte Carlo (low-discrepancy included), exotic options, VAR, and so on. This has been addded to Financial Sources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

631 views

Excited Utterances – Archived Resource Of All Things Legal KM

February 06, 2006


excited utterances

Excited Utterances – Archived Resource Of All Things Legal KM
http://www.excitedutterances.blogspot.com/

In May 2002, Joy created her blawg, “excited utterances”, not just to chronicle the world of legal technology, knowledge management and professional training in legal domains, but also to explore the complicated sociological and psychological aspects of implementing KM in international law firms. After obtaining her JD from Temple University School of Law in 1986, Joy worked a few years as a prosecutor in New York, before changing her career path to pursue law publishing. In 2002, while working for an international law firm, Joy discovered the world of knowledge management and has been hooked on it ever since. This has been added to Knowledge Discovery Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

541 views

Search

Welcome

Welcome to the new Marcus P. Zillman site. Sign up for email newsletters below.

AwarenessWatch Newsletter

Archives