Our old Reference links page

As I’ve mentioned, I’m scrapping most of the links pages attached to this blog, but preserving the most recent version of each as a post.  So here is what our links to reference materials looked like when we last updated it, more than four years ago:


(Most recently updated 30 April 2010)

collection of searchable corpuses (or corpora) of English words

Backtype, what’s happening on the Woldwide Web

Bryn Mawr Classical Review, recent volumes in Classical Studies

The Fallacy Files

The Internet Classics Archive, MIT’s collection of Greek and Latin texts

The Internet Movie Database

The Latin Library, a collection of online texts

Mr Breakfast, recipes for what some regard as the most important meal of the day

Onelook Dictionary Search, indexes several hundred online English dictionaries

Snopes, urban legends fact-checked

TV Tropes, what they always do on TV

US Election Atlas, by Dave Leip

Webtender, recipes for cocktails, which some regard as the most important meal of the day

A catalog titled “Women’s Periodicals from 1968 to Present

Wordcount, the 84,800 most common words in the British National Corpus

The World Values Survey, what people in 99 countries think about stuff

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