The University of New Hampshire has launched a new site that allows you to quickly compare population and demographic factors across regions of the country instead of state-by-state. The Regional Indicators site […]
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The Springfield Museums have announced an online database of one of the largest Currier & Ives collections in the world. This collection contains over 750 hand-colored Currier & Ives Lithographs. To access […]
I am in the middle of finishing a book, so while I’m doing ResearchBuzzish stuff, it’s just not showing up in ResearchBuzz at the moment. This book will go to press within […]
There’s a new online archive available for the work of Charles Darwin. A combined effort of the University of Cambridge, the Charles Darwin Trust, and other groups, the new site is available […]
Congratulations to Charles Bailey for making the 10th anniversary of the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography! For those of you playing along at home, this is version 64, and covers over 2,750 articles, […]