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The digital age offers new and exciting opportunities to locate information.  It also presents challenges in dealing with a vast amount of resources in a complex and fluid environment.  This page represents my attempt to help "keep found items found."

Organizing these links was a challenge because most of the these links contain pages and links with useful information beyond the purpose that I have used them. As any reference librarian knows, classification and indexing systems create their own biases.  I also did not want to evaluate the quality or usefulness of any of these sites.  

Confronted with the challenge of classifying these resources, I chose to take a minimalist approach. Users of this information would be well advised to look at these links in terms of their needs and organize any useful links as favorites or bookmarks accordingly.  

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