The Obama Administration launched this site yesterday to provide a starting point for homeowners who have questions about their mortgages and their financial future. Users should start with the self-assessment tools to determine their eligibility for various options. Detailed information is available on refinancing and loan modification, or users can start with the FAQ.
This is a fantastic tool should you need to know the next number in a numerical sequence or if you need more information (formula, additional integers, available resources) about a known sequence (ex. Fibonacci).
From the United Nations Environmental Programme, this page houses extensive data about the world’s freshwater use, storage and distribution. As part of the vital water graphics collection, most topics are graphically enhanced. There are great visual depictions of the water cycle, groundwater flow and wastewater disposal.
This is a handy tool from the Cornell Law Library. You can search Legal Research Guides, the Legal Internet, or Academic Blawgs, independently or collectively, using a Google-powered search.
From the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, this site presents statistics on CAM use in the US. Links are available to the full report, a fact sheet and graphics.
From the site: “Traffic Volume Trends is a monthly report based on hourly traffic count data reported by the States. These data are collected at approximately 4,000 continuous traffic counting locations nationwide and are used to estimate the percent change in traffic for the current month compared with the same month in the previous year.”