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Below are traditional and non-traditional reference links to assist you in your writing, fact finding or general research for your book.


  • Acronym Finder
         Definitions for acronyms, abbreviations and initials about all subjects, including information technology, telecommunications, military, government, and more.
  • Allexperts.com
         This site lists experts in a variety of categories, who will attempt to answer any question you submit.
  • Ask Jeeves
         Ask Jeeves allows you to ask a question in plain English and, after interacting with you to confirm the question, takes you to one and only one web site that answers your question.
  • Britannica.com
         The Encyclopedia Britannica, is now online in its entirety, and it’s free.
  • CIA Fackbook 2001
         Contains facts on every country in the world, including information on each country's geography, population, government, transportation, defense systems and more.
  • Dictionary.com
         An Ask.com service that provides an online dictionary, thesaurus, reference, and translation tab that is free.
  • Duhaime’s Law Dictionary
         English and Latin legal terms translated into plain English, with internal hyperlinks.
  • eHow
         Step-by-step instructions on how to do just about anything.
  • Federal Research Division
         Provides customized research and analytical services on domestic and international subjects to agencies of the United States Government, the District of Columbia, and authorized Federal contractors.
  • How Stuff Works
         Website that provides useful illustrations and clear explanations of how things work.
  • Inflation Calculator
         Pick a year between 1800 and 1998, input a dollar amount, and find out what it was worth in any other year in that range.
  • International Atlas
         This site, called Altapedia, supplies not only physical and political maps of the world, but concise social, political and historical profiles of every country.
  • Journalist’s Guide for Finding Data on the Internet
         Statistics geared to writers, basic reference data, and topics ranging from aviation to weather.
  • Merriam-Webster Dictionary
         Provides a dictionary, thesaurus, Spanish-English translation, and medical references.
  • Online Conversion
         There are more than 8,100 conversions available on this extremely handy site.   
  • Resources for Writers
         Links page of web sites for writing and research.
  • Rhyme Zone
         Type in a word to find its rhymes, synonyms, definitions, and more.
  • RxList
         Search this drug database for information about thousands of medications, dosages, side effects, drug interactions, and warnings.
  • U.S. Census Bureau
         Searchable statistics on social, demographic and economic information for the United States from the official 1990 census.

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