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  1. AllRefer.com
  2. Awesome Library - Awesome Library organizes the Web with 14,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
  3. CEO Express - "Executive Gateway to the Internet."
  4. Cyber Times Navigator - Navigator is the home page used by the newsroom of The New York Times for forays into the Web. Its primary intent is to give reporters and editors new to the Web a solid starting point for a wide range of journalistic functions without forcing all of them to spend time wandering around blindly to find a useful set of links of their own. Its secondary purpose is to show people that there's still a lot of fun and useful stuff going on out there. (Free registration required).
  5. Digital Librarian - a librarian's choice of the best of the Web
  6. EconData.net - Site is designed to help practitioners, researchers, students, and other data users quickly gain access to relevant state and substate socioeconomic data. The site aims to be a convenient, comprehensive first stop for anyone searching among the vast, disparate array of public and private data sources on the Web.
  7. English Server, The - English Department at Carnegie Mellon University
  8. HotSheet
  9. Information Please
  10. InfoSurf: Resources by Subject - University of Calif. at Santa Barbara Library
  11. Info Service - Reference Desk
  12. Internet Library for Librarians - "A comprehensive Web database designed to provide a one-stop shopping center for librarians to locate Internet resources related to their profession."
  13. Librarians' Index to the Internet
  14. LookSmart - explore Web sites in more than 24,000 categories.
  15. Martindale's Reference Desk
  16. NationMaster.com - a massive central data source and a handy way to graphically compare nations. NationMaster is a vast compilation of data from such sources as the CIA World Factbook, UN, and OECD. Using the form above, you can generate maps and graphs on all kinds of statistics with ease.
  17. Ready Reference Shelf - Chicago Public Library
  18. Reference Resources - LibrarySpot
  19. Reference Shelf - Compiled and edited by Gary Price
  20. Resource Centers - Library of Congress
  21. StateMaster.com - statistical database which allows you to research and compare a multitude of different data on US states.
  22. Subject Guides to Internet Resources - Fondren Library, Rice University
  23. Subject Guides to Internet Resources - University of Chicago
  24. Subject Guides to Internet Resources - University of Texas
  25. Subject Guides to Internet Resources - University of Virginia
  26. Subject Guides to Internet Resources - University of Washington
  27. Virtual Acquisition & News Desk - Resources & News for Information Professionals & Researchers.
  28. WWW Virtual Library
  29. WebSites for Journalists - An annotated introduction to selected web pages of value to journalists.

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