Nielsen NetRatings - "Gives marketers a clear picture of city-specific Internet trends and behavior. Reports include audience site traffic, average time spent per
person, and demographics for the top 20 designated market areas."
Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body - Site features 1,247 vibrant engravings (many in colors) from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zonule of Zinn.
Medicine through Time - Covers history of medicine from pre-history to the modern
world. Each era includes links covering disease and treatment,
anatomy and surgery, hospitals and training, public health, and
alternatives to medicine.
American Civil War - directory of links to information on the United
States Civil War at this site, including: Civil War slang; recipes and
medical remedies under Army Life; check the links to Colored
Troops for data about African Americans; discover how
Chinese Americans, women, and Canadians served during the
A Broken System: Error Rates in Capital Cases, 1973-1995 - Released on June 12, 2000, by the Columbia University Justice Project, the 'Liebman Study' is a groundbreaking report that examines every capital conviction and appeal between 1973 and 1995 (nearly 5,500 judicial decisions). It finds that in this 23-year period 68 percent of death penalty verdicts were thrown out when appealed. In other words, serious, reversible errors were found in nearly seven out of ten capital cases reviewed in this period.
AFI's 100 Years 100 Laughs - American Film Institute (AFI) revealed its list of
the 100 funniest movies as chosen by 'leaders of the entertainment
community' from a list of 500 nominated movies. At this site, users
can view both the top 100 list and the 500 nominated films.