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Sources Yahoo, Bing, Wiki, Blekko, and Alltheweb Touch Graph – A brilliant clustering tool that shows you relationships in your search results using a damn spiffy visualization. Give it 2 minutes of your time to understand how it works and it will give back hours of saved research time.
The smart way to use it, is to let it help you find new sources to your search topic. An interesting data mining search engine that shows related words to your target.
– An awesome collection of 9,000,000 of financial, economic, and social datasets.
GPO’s Catalog of US Government Publications — Federal publications database.
Search Over 60 DB and 2 million government pages A Video news aggregator of citizen supplied videos. The site appears to have some good aggregation functions to turn randomly submitted videos into a logical collection around a topic.
Proven useful for aggregating the Feb 15, 2013 meteorite strike in Russia. It breaks your results down into categories – general web, blogs, news, academic, cloud, metrics, research, etc.
Forrester Research (Commercial) — An independent technology and market research company, publishing in-depth research reports on a variety of subjects.
Factiva (Commercial) — Online collection of about 10,000 individual sources. locates files even if embedded or hidden in a format. Pipl.com– for finding people – finding people Intellus (commercial) – Finding people plus background checks on people and other features.
Visit the site to see if someone has commented about you.
Mellisa Data Search 10 databases and 2,268,819,679 records in a single search.
Databases searched include real property records, voters’ registration, current and historical phone records, magazine subscriptions, change of address, national drivers and other proprietary databases. International Search Infobel is by far the world’s largest directory of white pages resources. Zaba Search Free People Search and Public Information Search Engine 15.
High Wire Press — Online catalog of the largest repository of free full-text and non-free text, peer-reviewed content, from over 1000 different journals. This is just one example of many such local public libraries that offer similar services.
Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) — A catalog with more than 1.2 million bibliographic records, many with full text. Encyclopædia Britannica — The old and authoritative encyclopedia searchable with full text online. Sorry, you can’t use their access to commercial archives unless you are a member.
Infomine – comprehensive virtual library and reference tool for academics. Library of Congress – – Phenomenal digitized archives, “American Memory” especially interesting. National Security Archive – Declassified papers and such.