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EDGAR Databases
SEDAR Databases
SEC Info (SECInfo.Com) Is Back Online
We've learned that SEC Info, a provider of real-time EDGAR and SEDAR (Canadian filings) is back online. This is exciting news. Thanks to TVC Alert for the news tip.

Online Info Industry--Dialog
Dialog Adds Linking Tool for e-Journals
From the news release, "[Dialog] has added the ability for users of its Dialog´┐Ż service to link seamlessly -- and without cost -- to the full texts of more than 8,000 scientific, medical and technical e-Journals published by more than 40 leading scientific publishers and information aggregators. The e-Journals available for seamless access are mostly peer-reviewed scientific, medical and technical journals serving specialized audiences. Among the leading publishers and aggregators making their e-Journals available for immediate linking are Ebsco Online, John Wiley & Sons, Science Direct, SwetsNet and Information Quest."

Online Information--Wiley InterScience
Source: Managing Information
Wiley InterScience Adds New Service
From the article, "ArticleSelect, a feature launched last year that allows Wiley InterScience's Enhanced Access License customers to purchase individual journal articles not covered by their subscription, has now been extended to include OnlineBooks chapters."
See Also: Direct to the Wiley Press Release

Resources, Tools, and Full-Text Documents (5 Items)
UNESCO--Databases
Invisible Web
New Site: Common Access Point to 120 UNESCO Databases and Other Info Sources Now Available
From the announcement, "A common access point to 120 bibliographic, referral (directories, projects, etc.) and factual databases produced by UNESCO in its areas of competence is now online. The new website service entitled "Information Sources" gives also access to 57 online and offline information services of the Organization's Headquarter and in its field offices."
See Also: Direct to the New UNESCO Information Sources Compilation
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Central Intelligance Agency--History
Source: CIA, Center for the Study of Intelligence
Full-Text Document, Central Intelligence: Origin and Evolution
In addition to the narrative this source contains copies of 19 documents key to the CIA's history.
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Demographics--United States
Source: U.S. Census
Full Text Report, The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: 2000
Summary/Highlights ||| Direct to Full-Text
12 pages .pdf
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Africa
Digital Collections--Invisible Web
Africa Focus: Sights and Sounds of a Continent
Produced by the African Studies Program of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A large database of images and sounds. Most of the material found below the top-level page resides on the Invisible Web. Discovered via Yahoo POTW.
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Stories in the News--Resources
British Telecom Suing Prodigy Alleging It Owns Hyperlink Patent
Full-Text: Complaint Filed By BT
Full-Text: Patent (via USPTO)
Story About Law Suit (via BBC)

***News Briefs (2 Items)***
Source: FEC News Release
SEC Proposes New Disclosure Regulations
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Source: FTC News Release
The Federal Trade Commission Wants Your Spam
This link also contains links to several FTC filings re: spam

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