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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

JUN 2022

Previous Archives

6/1/22    Talk to Books - Google Books
   Talk to Books is a new way to explore ideas and discover books. Make a statement or ask a question to browse passages from books using experimental AI.
6/2/22    Learn History Through Timelines and Maps
   History Maps is a platform where Users can explore and create timelines and maps of world history.
6/3/22    3D Knot Tutorial
   Welcome to Knots 3D! Feel free to explore our knot catalog and learn how to tie over 150 knots! The unique ability to rotate a knot to see the front, back and everything in-between sets Knots 3D apart from other knot websites and provides interactivity you can't get from a knot book.
6/4/22    Swipe Alert
   Uncover local scams in your area.
6/5/22    Explordle
   Explordle is a fun geography game which requires you to identify the correct locations shown in a YouTube video.
6/6/22    D-Day Memorial
   On June 6, 1944, the Normandy Invasion began with 150,000 Allied Forces soldiers from 12 countries landing from 5,000 ships and 11,000 airplanes. This event marked the turning point of WWII. The D-Day memorial website includes a wealth of resources to explore and remember this historical event. Here you will find WWII activities and lesson plans, audio, videos, veterans' stories, and more. A few WWII Veterans survive among us, and even some D-Day Veterans who we hold in honor. The D-Day Memorial keeps our memory and experiences alive through education, meaningful displays, and annual commemorations. Although the US Federal Government chartered the National D-Day Memorial, it receives no federal funds. Instead, support comes from generous corporate and individual donations.
6/7/22    Taste Atlas
   TasteAtlas is an experiential travel guide to traditional food that collates authentic recipes, food critic reviews, and research articles about popular ingredients and dishes.
6/8/22    The 50 funniest books of all time
   From memoirs to graphic novels, books that make us laugh will never go out of vogue. Martin Chilton charts the ultimate list of rib-tickling reads.
6/9/22    Travelo
   Get ready to take travel planning to the next level with Notion. Travelo helps you to turn your travel bucket list into a bulletproof action plan and help you manage all your adventures in a single common workspace. It organizes your bucket lists from scratch and helps you to convert them into the most cherishable memory. It will be the most valuable asset to your existing notion workspace if you a traveler or someone who is looking to explore more of this world.
6/10/22    International Travel Restrictions and Policies Leaving United States
   See which countries are restricting travel and what their policies are.
6/11/22    Google Project Sunroof
   Your own personalized solar savings estimator, powered by Google Earth imagery.
6/12/22    National Drug Drop-off Locator
   New America's national map shows prescription drug drop-off sites across the country.
6/13/22    TED: Periodic Videos
   A video lesson about every single element on the periodic table.
6/14/22    Tabletop Whale
   Tabletop Whale is a tiny blog run by Eleanor Lutz. It includes charts, infographics, and animations about any and all things science.
6/15/22    Nations Report Card
   The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), first administered in 1969, is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what our nation’s students know and can do in subjects such as mathematics, reading, science, and writing. Standard administration practices are implemented to provide a common measure of student achievement.
6/16/22    AAA: Daily Fuel Gauge Report
   "AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Report is the most comprehensive retail gasoline survey available. Every day more than 100,000 stations are surveyed."
6/17/22    Digital Public Library of America
   "The Digital Public Library of America brings together the riches of America's libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world. It strives to contain the full breadth of human expression, from the written word to works of art and culture, to records of America's heritage, to the efforts and data of science."
6/18/22    USGS Earthquakes
   USGS shows all the earthquakes around the globe in the last day.
6/19/22    History of Juneteeth
   Learn the history of June 19th or Juneteeth and how it became a federal holiday.
6/20/22    Find a Local Library
   Search for public libraries in your area. Libraries offer a range of job search information and services. Your local library might offer free computer access, a job club, resume assistance, or other help.
6/21/22    Climate Change Tracker
   Their mission is to create an up-to-date tracker of the global warming and climate change problem, based on the latest available data from trusted scientific sources.
6/22/22    UN Refugee Agency Data
   This database contains information about forcibly displaced populations spanning almost 70 years of statistical activities. It covers displaced populations such as refugees, asylum-seekers, and internally displaced persons, including their demographics.
6/23/22    Information Please Almanac
   Many scams are universal, from the IRS imposter who calls and threatens to arrest you if you don’t pay your taxes, to phishing emails that trick you into sending sensitive data or downloading malware onto your computer. But some types of fraud target older adults specifically or affect them disproportionately.
6/24/22    AnyGo
   Compare the cost of driving vs. flying to any city in the USA.
6/25/22    UNESCO: Dive into intangible cultural heritage!
   Discover multiple ways to navigate through a dynamic and interactive space of vibrant intangible cultural heritage practices and expressions. See how together they represent a rich cultural diversity.
   It’s a perennial question: do spies write the best spy novels? It’s the business of secrets, after all; you can’t help but wonder how much authors get right. Surely, the only authentic spy books are the ones written by people on the inside, right?
6/27/22    Science Museum Group
   The Science Museum Group cares for a diverse and internationally significant collection of 7.3 million items from science, technology, engineering, medicine, transport, and media. Be the first to see their collection online.
6/28/22    Best Cities for Biking in 2022
   The PeopleForBikes City Ratings is a data-driven approach to evaluate and compare bicycling in U.S. cities and towns.
   World population live counter with data sheets, graphs, maps, census and much more! Interesting Statistics with World Population Clock.
6/30/22    One Question A Day
   This free calendar schedules one thought-provoking question per day to help in all areas of your life from your career to your own personal growth.

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