In case you ever need a refresher on searching PubMed, this tutorial can take you through it step-by-step. Use the “Previous” and “Next” arrow keys to navigate through the tutorial.
If a student ever needs a picture of an historical lawyer or judge, this site is going to be your best bet. Harvard Law School owns over 4,000 portraits of legal thinkers and judges from the Middle Ages to the present. Many are available now on their website.
Use this site to get information on historical tornadoes. Tornadoes can be searched by date or zip code, and users can “fly” the path with Google Earth.
This is a database of over 11,000 drink recipes. Users can browse or search the database online, or download the database in its entirety.
“Directory tracking ‘new web technology companies at the beginning stages of their growth.’ It collects ‘facts and figures about new web products, startup companies, key startup employees, and the funding dollars powering their growth.’ Profiles include background and rankings (explained in ‘Startup Search Score’ in the About section). Searchable, or browse companies, products, people, investors, or partners. From a Web search and syndication consultant.”
This is the text of a speech given by Chairman Ben S. Bernanke in May, 2007, that gives very good overview of the subprime mortgage market–its development, recent issues, and possible regulatory responses.
This site from TreasuryDirect explains how to use the SmartExchange program to transfer paper savings bonds to electronic securities. Links are provided to the program application and TreasuryDirect accounts.