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Alphabeticalist Topics --- A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J-K / L / M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U-V / W / X-Y-Z
15 Primary Targets for the Alphabeticalist:
These 15 reliable websites comprehensively cover the internet. We use their combined topics as our guide for what is important to searchers of information and we therefor focus on those subjects. If these 15 websites think the subjects are important, who are we to argue?
- (1) The NY Times (nyt) -- all of their topics -- about 2,900 are listed and linked-to.
- (2) About.com (ac) -- all their topics are linked-to from one page -- about 850
- (3) The 300 or so Internet Public Library subjects are all linked-to in two ways (ipl categories) (ipl alphabetical)
- (4) The Statistical Abstract of the United States (usasa). This is an enormous, well known resource for gathering information about all aspects of the United states
- (5) The Voice Of America "Special English" (voa) -- What is "Special English"? These 1500
vocabulary words are designed to enable communication by radio in clear and simple English
with people whose native language is not English. It is also useful for teaching children and
other beginning readers. It can be thought of as a basic controlled vocabulary which should
be consulted when compiling any list of categories.
- (6) SuperCrawler (sc) -- We link to all of the topics (91) on SuperCrawler when we first visited
their site (they are apparently currently redoing their site)
- (7) Wikipedia (wp) --
The approximately 60 topics listed at <<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Contents/Overviews>>
which they say are (a) of special interest and (b) monitored closely -- are on our A-Z lists.
Many other topics at wikipedia are not yet listed on alphabeticalist -- until we list them, go to
(7c) http://wikipedia.org/ and fill in the search window or go to
(7d) "focus on wikipedia" which tells how to navigate wikipedia.
- (8) Bubl Link (bl) (a UK-centric list). We link to all of the "A-Z" subjects on their "Main Subject List".
All of these 140 some-odd subjects are melded into our A-Z alphabeticalists. All other Bubl Link subjects can be reached by going to their website << http://bubl.ac.uk/index.html >>
- (9) Google (gtg) -- we link directly to their "top" topics and "level one" topics. These 600 or so topics are also melded into our A-Z lists.
- (10) Answers.com (ans) -- we link directly to all their "top" topics and to all their "level one" topics. These 300 or so topics are also melded into our A-Z lists.
- (11) Catholic Encyclopedia (ce), we point to their thousands of A-Z listings.
- (12) Alphabeticalist.com (al) -- Use the A-Z line on each page to cover the entire list: Alphabeticalist Topics --- A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J-K / L / M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U-V / W / X-Y-Z There are about 8,000 topics.
- (13) ted.com -- 26 talk-tags are listed on our alphabeticalists.
- (14) Templeton topics -- There are about 100 topics. They are all melded into our A-Z alphabeticalists.
- (15) The Big Think -- Their 35 "big think ideas" are melded into our A-Z alphabeticalists.
Many of the "glossaries" came from <<http://www.frankdietz.com/glossary.htm>>. Some of the links
at that site do not work. We are contacting Mr. Dietz. to ask him to update the site. If he does that, we
will continue to list the site here -- if not we will wing it and work around his site.
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