"Statistics about the number of public library bookmobiles in the United States for 1989 through 2003, and for 1950. Data from the annual report, Public Libraries in the United States, published by the National Center for Education Statistics." (via LII)
"In this "technology hour" workshop we will cover the basics of what, exactly, RSS is (Really Simple Syndication), how to receive RSS news feeds and related podcasts, which news aggregator to use, how blogs fit in to the RSS picture, and how to create your own RSS feed."
Contains links to organizations, agencies, guides, databases and publications focusing on the health of minorities with emphasis on Hispanic/Latinos, Native Americans, Asians and Asian-Americans.
"This bibliography presents selected English-language electronic works about Google Print that are freely available on the Internet. It has a special focus on the legal issues associated with this project."
"designed for use by those interested in the theories and criticism used to analyze children's literature. It is not a resource for book reviews in the represented periodicals, nor is it a source for the full-text of the articles. The annotations are, so far, almost all written by Lisa R. Bartle, and may be cited and used for purposes of scholarship and education, not for profit."
PDF version of a presentation given at Loyola University on November 3, 2005...discusses "how and why libraries should use blogs and RSS, especially to create community, encourage conversation, and make their web sites more dynamic." found through Shifted Librarian.
"FreeFullText.com provides direct links to over 7000 scholarly periodicals which allow some or all of their online content to be viewed by ANYONE with Internet access for free (though some may require free registration). The issue(s) which are available for free are indicated for each title on the alphabetical periodical lists.
"website that lists the price per article and the price per citation for about 5,000 academic journals. Using these statistics, we have constructed an index of costliness for each journal in each of several broadly defined disciplinary areas"...created by UCSB and CalTech...see this article http://www.hss.caltech.edu/%7Emcafee/Journal/OpenLetter.pdf