Help on growing ornamentals that are native to your (US) region. A weblog that is occasionally about gardening in Minnesota. Digitized rare botanical books from the Missouri Botanical Garden Library. Botanical illustrations from the University of Delaware Special Collections. Botanical illustrations by seventeenth- and eighteenth-century women. The National Agricultural Library’s collection of images from The Botanical Magazine, 1801-1807. The beginnings of the Smithsonian Catalog of Botanical Illustrations. Links and bibliography about botanical illustration at Western Washington University.
Disinfopedia, “a collaborative project to produce a directory of public relations firms, think tanks, industry-funded organizations and industry-friendly experts that work to influence public opinion and public policy on behalf of corporations, governments and special interests.” The Nonverbal Dictionary. Making Scott’s Pepsi-G Stove and Roy Robinson’s Cat Stove. What Can I Do with Tin Cans? At us-government-torture.com, learn about the government’s directed-energy and neurophone attacks upon the citizenry. Facts on Farts.
Justin Kruger and David Dunning, “Unskilled and Unaware of It: How Difficulties in Recognizing One’s Own Incompetence Lead to Inflated Self-Assessments.” Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman’s Crusade for Free Software by Sam Williams. “The Social Life of Paper” by Malcolm Gladwell. Read Cory Doctorow’s Eastern Standard Tribe one word at a time. Herman Krieger’s Churches ad Hoc: A Divine Comedy. The world produced half a million Libraries of Congress of print, film, and magnetically or optically stored data in 2002 (double the output in 1999), according to “How Much Information? 2003,” a report by researchers at UC-Berkeley’s School of Information Management and Systems.