posted on Dec, 3 2003 @ 02:09 PM
I found the following books in the local library. I provided links for visual referance confirmation along with ISBN #s to correctly ID the resources
As many members and guests now know, ATS is conducting Research Projects
help bring to the public some form of light on many topics.
This first book I have was found in "Social Sciences", right next to "How to organize a childrens library";
TAPPING THE GOVERNMENT GRAPEVINE
THE USER-FRIENDLY GUIDE TO U.S. GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SOURCES
This is not the only book I found in that section, here are two others I decided to check out.
The Invisible Web
Uncovering Information Sources Search engines Can't See
Naked in Cyberspace
How to find personal information online
The Ultimate Guide to what you can find out online about anyone
Now one doesn't have to rush out and purchase these fine books. Not at all, just meander down to your local library, most offer free cards just to
even get people interested.
Support your local public library, these establishments are in many peoples opinions the best store of vast knowledge. Often they have more and better
info than the internet, as everything isn't online...yet.
I will be updateing this thread on occasion when I find more beneficial tools, in our search for the truth. Until then, hope you all enjoy.