- Out of this Web site, started in 1995, grew David Karp’s series of “Windows Annoyances” books published by O’Reilly & Associates. The site provides tips for users of the different versions of Microsoft Windows about overcoming problems and inconveniences with using the operating system. Registered users can post comments, additional advice, and questions in response to original posts and the comments of other users. Annoyances.org includes a glossary and search function.
- Click!: A Brief History of Computing
- Life Magazine's slideshow of images (with accompanying text) that showcase the technological innovations that led to today's computer technologies.
- Healthy Computing
- Advice on proper setup and use of office furniture and devices, information about different ergonomic products, instructions for stretches, possible causes for different types of discomfort, sections on mobile ergonomics and ergonomics for children, and free newsletters.
- NetLingo: The Internet Language Dictionary
- NetLingo has thousands of definitions that explain the online world of business, technology, and communication -- including a large collection of Internet acronyms and text messaging shorthand. Browsable by alphabetical entry or category.
- Smithsonian Computer History
- Recorded interviews with leading figures; images and descriptions from the museum's exhibition; archival materials and links to more.
- Curriculum Resource Center
- Contains hundreds of maps, charts, diagrams and timelines for classroom use and homework help in history, geography, science and math.
- Learning Express Library
- (Formerly Learn-a-Test) A source of test preparation materials and interactive practice exams, based on official tests, that will help you improve your scores on academic, civil service, military, and professional licensing and certification exams. Immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and individualized analysis of your score are provided.
Maintained by the staff of the
Business, Science & Technology Department,
State Library Resource Center,
Enoch Pratt Free Library