Britannica Sampler -
you to search the entire database of Britannica Online and review hitlists
(article or section titles) relevant to your query. While access to full
articles is available to subscribers only, the Sampler provides some
by showing the first paragraphs with the titles on the hitlists.
Bushido Martial Arts Encyclopedia -
information on karate, judo, kung fu, aikido, kobudo, and gatka, the deadly physical
discipline of Northern India. Scan a few illustrated examples and pick up some historical
Encyclopedia of British
History - "A comprehensive encyclopaedia being produced for the National Grid of
Learning and a completely free resource for all students of British
history. The encyclopaedia currently contains over 1,000 entries and is an
attempt to show the history of Britain through the eyes of people from all
levels of society."
Encyclopaedia of the Orient - - easy to
use, fast growing, and free of charge; with photos and sound; specializes in North Africa
and the Middle East.
Encyclopedia Titanica -
Passenger and Crew Lists and interactive Deck Plans with links to photographs or
computer images of areas of the ship, and to biographies of cabin occupants. Another
section, Lifeboats, provides names, by boat number, of those who escaped the wreck, with
atics Encyclopedia - What is an abacus? What did Euclid discover? Find answers to
these and other questions with this browsable math encyclopedia.
MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive
Sciences, The - organizes the cross-disciplinary
topics of cognitive and brain sciences under the six domains of
computational intelligence; culture, cognition, and evolution; linguistics
and language; neuroscience; philosophy; and psychology.
archive - The Usenet newsgroup news.answers is a repository for periodic
informational postings (also called Frequently Asked Questions postings, or FAQs) from
Webliography: A Guide to Internet
Resources - From LSU Virtual Library, a well annotated hierarchical guide to
resources available on the Internet, covering a broad range of topics from government to
science to humanities.
World Encyclopedia - site
answers your highest peak questions (including the high point of each state in the U.S.). It
has an index of geographic regions and mountain ranges and another of individual peaks
and volcanoes. Visual indexing is offered through clickable relief maps.
Encyclopedia - A visual tour of the sun using photographs, diagrams, and movies.
Subjects such as solar flares, solar wind, and sunspots are discussed. Each page has
clickable images with text, others enlarge for closer viewing.