Specialty Search Roundup #3

From Traffic Cams to Digitizing to the Kennedy Library to Archival Records: A Selection of Specialty Database via ResourceShelf

Yes it’s time once again for a Gary Price, specialty search database and portal roundup. Here’s a look at a few recent postings that he published on ResourceShelf.

Real Time Data: TrafficLand Continues to Expand, Aggregating Traffic Cams Around the Nation

Cool! ResourceShelf real time compilation continues.

Future Projects: Plans to Digitize Entire Contents of John F. Kennedy Library Announced

Business: Entrepreneurship Research Portal from the E.W. Kauffman Foundation

U.S. Congress: Congressional Documents Online
?The Rutgers – Camden School of Law offers a full text archive of more than 2,700 (as of 6/9/2006) documents of the U.S. Congress. Hearings included in this online collection date from the 1970s to 1998. Search or browse.”

Archives: Have You Tried ArchiveGrid Yet?
“RLG’s ArchiveGrid database containing nearly a million collection descriptions thousands of archives, museums and libraries remains free for a few more weeks (June 30, 2006). Have a look and a search or two. It’s one powerful resource.”

Environment: Federated Search Database Focuses on Enviro Health and Toxicology

Peace: Database on Multilateral Peace Operations
“The SIPRI database [free] on peace operations uniquely provides transparent and reliable data on all multilateral peace operations (both UN and non-UN) conducted around the world.”

Newspapers: National Library of New Zealand?s Digitized Collection of Newspapers Passes 1 Million Page Mark

Past specialty search roundups:
+ Specialty Search Roundup #2
+ Specialty Search Roundup #1

Related reading

The middle ground for single keyword ad groups (SKAGs)
Five ways blockchain will impact search marketing
New visual search innovations tap human emotions and biological buying triggers