Thanks to John Lloyd (Business/Sciences) for passing along this site!
This is an interesting database of books, organized by ISBN. So far, over 3 million book records from online library catalogs have been scanned and entered. Search by ISBN, title, subject, author, publisher or keyword to retrieve MARC records, find similar books, get price comparisons, or view “books on the same shelf.”
This site from the federal government provides a wealth of information for anyone interested in fuel prices and how to save money on fuel. From this site you can access buying guides, information on alternative fuels and hybrids, local gas prices, and suggestions on how to improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency.
I can’t believe I have let four months of this year pass without noting that the UN has designated this year as the International Year of the Potato! This site offers facts and statistics about the potato and international potato production, as well as a potato gallery.
A project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, extensive and detailed data on the well-being of children can be found here. The data comes from such local sources as health departments, human services agencies, and schools. An example of how much information is available is seen in the link to the Profile for Shelby County, Tennessee.
Information is here on the Tennessee Criminal Injuries Compensation program, created to offer possible financial assistance to innocent victims of crimes in Tennessee. There is also a link to other states criminal injuries compensation programs and to national victims’ compensation programs.
You can be the first to receive new recall and safety information electronically here. You can subscribe by entering your email adddress to receive direct notification of recalls from the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Federal Drug Adminstration, the United States Dept. of Agriculture, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
“The Looks Too Good To Be True.com website was built to educate you, the consumer, and help prevent you from becoming a victim of an Internet fraud scheme” From the website. The site is maintained by a joint law enforcement and industry task force and funding has been provided by the United States Postal Postal Inspection Service and the FBI. You can learn here about the latest fraud alerts, how to file a complaint, and more.
Available here is the nutritional information for several of the largest fast food chains in America. When you click on a fast food restaurant you will see the items on their menus and you can mouse over the item and get detailed nutritional information about it.
As of July 1, 2008, all Tennessee locksmiths will need to be licensed by the state. Use the link above to read details of this new program, get an application, find out about training, or view contact information.