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"Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves,
or we know where we can find information upon it."

- Samuel Johnson

JUL 2022

Previous Archives

7/1/22    Spotify for Natual Soundscapes
   We’re building a non-profit, free repository of pure, immersive natural soundscapes as a fundraising platform for local, grassroots charities that support the restoration of our natural world.
7/2/22    Wondrium
   Think you know everything there is to know about what you love? Think again. Take what you love and learn even more about it with thousands of documentaries, series, lessons, how-tos, and more. All our engaging and educational streaming videos are led by IRL experts (not celebrities who play one on TV) and are carefully crafted to help you think more about what you love … and love it even more.
7/3/22    Buy Nothing Project
   The Buy Nothing Project began when two friends, Rebecca Rockefeller and Liesl Clark, created an experimental hyper-local gift economy on Bainbridge Island, WA, in July 2013. Since then, it has become a worldwide social movement, with groups in 30 nations. Local groups form gift economies that are complementary and parallel to local cash economies; whether people join because they’d like to quickly get rid of things that are cluttering their lives, or simply to save money by getting things for free, they quickly discover that our groups are not just another free recycling platform. A gift economy’s real wealth is the people involved and the web of connections that forms to support them.
7/4/22    Fourth of July 2022: Celebrate with History, Traditions, and Recipes
   "On this day in 1776, the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence, setting the 13 colonies on the road to freedom as a sovereign nation. This most American of holidays will be marked with typical festivities ranging from fireworks, parades and concerts to more casual family gatherings and barbecues across the country."
7/5/22    MIT's 10 breakthrough technologies for 2022
   Explore MIT Technology Review's 10 breakthrough technologies for 2022.
7/6/22    The Wood Database
   Created from a craftsperson's perspective, this site seeks to glean the wealth of scientific knowledge and bring it into practical reach for woodworkers everywhere. Over 350 woods are covered in The Wood Database.
7/7/22    9 of the Best Travel Podcasts to Take You Away
   Whether you're vacation planning or living vicariously, these podcasts share the world with you.
7/8/22    Summer reading: the 30 best holiday reads – chosen by authors and critics
   From an evocative story set in a Trinidad graveyard to a riveting exposé of the Sacklers… Novelists including Johny Pitts, Monica Ali and Nina Stibbe on their essential holiday books
7/9/22    How to Find a Federal Job
   After serving in the military, many service members believe that a natural transition for their career is a job with the federal government. The path to a job is not always smooth, however, for those seeking employment with the federal government. For those unfamiliar with the system, it can sometimes seem that the hiring process is not of this planet. This article seeks to offer an overview of the beginning of the process; that is, how to find a job with the government, prepare your application documents and apply.
7/11/22    Nasa's Solar System Exploration
   Nasa's real-time science encyclopedia of deep space exploration. Their scientists and hardworking robots are exploring the wild frontiers of our solar system.
7/12/22    The Library Map
   The Library Map is a map with more than 100,000 books on it based on their relevance and similarity. Color is also applied based on the genre and topics of each book.
7/13/22    Old House Web
   Welcome to The Old House Web -- the Web's leading site for old-house enthusiasts.
7/14/22    How Hot Will It Get?
   How Hot Will It Get is a large platform related to climate change to help you get an overview of futuristic climate scenarios. It also connects professional and individual users who are interested in combatting the climate crisis.
   50 extraordinary destinations to explore
7/16/22    Prompt Press
   AI generated artwork inspired by current events.
7/17/22    Royal Society of Chemistry
   The world's leading chemistry community, with 175 years of connecting people with the chemical sciences through knowledge, skills, and community. This is a great place to find journals, books, and databases, and more tools for research and discovery of recent advances in chemistry.
7/18/22    Maps for Tourists
   The most frequently used website enables a detailed search through the maps of the Czech republic and Europe.
7/19/22    Ventusky: Weather Forcast Maps
   Ventusky has created a top-quality application that clearly displays meteorological data from around the world and allows you to monitor weather development for any place on earth.
7/20/22    Piano Trainer
   Learn the piano at your own pace using your MIDI keyboard.
7/21/22    Energy Calendar
   A look at the method of managing and evaluating your calendar based on your energy levels.
7/22/22    The Story Graph
   We'll help you track your reading and choose your next book based on your mood and your favorite topics and themes.
7/23/22    More Than Just Parks
   More Than Just Parks is a project founded to share the wonders of our national parks with as many people as possible, thereby ensuring their continued protection and enjoyment for generations to come.
7/24/22    Gun Violence Archive
   The Gun Violence Archive is an online archive of gun violence incidents collected from over 2,500 media, law enforcement, government and commercial sources daily in an effort to provide near-real time data about the results of gun violence. GVA in an independent data collection and research group with no affiliation with any advocacy organization.
7/25/22    National Library of Medicine: The Visible Human Project
   The Visible Human Project is the creation of anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of normal male and female human bodies. Transverse CT, MR and cryosection images have been collected.
7/26/22    Watch Classic Polish Films
   In the years 2018-2021, the Polish Film Institute, the Documentary and Feature Film Studios and Studio Filmow Rysunkowych implemented a Project ‘Digital restoration and digitization of Polish feature films, documentaries and animated films in order to ensure access in all fields of distribution and to preserve Polish film heritage for future generations’.
7/27/22    Human Library
   A Human Library consists of “books” that are human. Each of these books volunteer to take part in the library and share their story. Like a regular library, the Human Library has a book jacket and description, and a “reader” can check out “books” on a topic that he/she/they may be interested in learning more about.
7/28/22    Histography: Timeline of History
   Histography is an interactive timeline that spans across 14 billion years of history, from the Big Bang to present.
7/29/22    Charity Navigator: Your Guide to Intelligent Giving
   Charity Navigator, America's largest independent charity evaluator, provides free ratings of the Financial Health and Accountability and Transparency of thousands of charities. We are the individual donor's first source for unbiased news and information on philanthropy, nonprofit organizations, wise giving, donating money, charitable donations, and charity ratings.
7/30/22    The History of Vaccines
   The History of Vaccines explores the role of immunization in the human experience and examines its continuing contributions to public health.
7/31/22    Earth Wind Map
   An animated map of global wind conditions. Rotate globe with your mouse to see different angles.

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