Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy ( IEP ) is a free online encyclopedia is philosophical topics and philosophers founded by James Fieser in 1995. The current general editors are James Fieser and Bradley Dowden . The staff also includes numerous area editors as well as volunteers. At present the IEP is visited over 1,700,000 times per month.

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HistoryWorld

HistoryWorld is an interactive online history of encyclopaedia that is easily accessible through interactive narratives and timelines . [1] It was Established by Bamber Gascoigne [2] [3] [4] Who Has Been Developing it since 1994. [5] [6] It Went online in June 2001 [7] [8] [9] [10] And in 2002 it won the New Statesman New Media award for the best educational website. [5] [6] In 2007 Gascoigne launched a related site, at TimeSearch , using timelines as a way of searching …

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Handbook on history of the Communist Party and the Soviet Union 1898-1991

Handbook on history of the Communist Party and the Soviet Union 1898 – 1991 ( Russian : Справочник по истории Коммунистической партии и Советского Союза 1898 – 1991 ) is a Russian-speaking free online access encyclopedic information is history of the Communist Party of the USSR and Its members.

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Great Aragonese Encyclopedia

The Gran Enciclopedia Aragonesa ( Great Aragonese Encyclopedia , commonly abbreviated GEA ) is a Spanish language , Aragon -themed, encyclopedia . It was first published in 1981, under the direction of Eloy Fernández Clemente . In 1999, Prensa Diaria Aragonesa SA , the editor of the newspaper El Periódico de Aragón acquired the rights to the encyclopedia and published a new edition the following year, selling over 8,000 copies. They added an appendix in …

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GNE (encyclopedia)

ESG (previously Known As GNUPedia ) Was a project to create a free happy encyclopedia (licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License ) under the auspices of the Free Software Foundation . The idea for the project was initially proposed by Richard Stallman in December 2000 [1] and officially started in January 2001, moderated by Héctor Facundo Arena, an Argentinian programmer and GNU activist. [2]

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Gardenology.org

Gardenology.org is a wiki , launched in 2007, [1] meant to serve as a free , “complete plant and garden wiki encyclopedia.” There are over 19,000 articles on the site, and a plant search box. [2] Gardenology.org is a “reference database with botany basics, cultivation , propagation , plant maintenance, glossary of botanical names and glossary of gardening terms”. [3] [4] [5]

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Family History Research Wiki

The Family History Research Wiki (Also Known As the FamilySearch Research Wiki or the FamilySearch Wiki ) Provides handbook reference information, and educational items to help genealogists find and interpret records of Their ancestors . [1] [2] It is a free-access, free-content , Internet encyclopedia on a wiki , hosted as part of the FamilySearch website. It is sponsored by FamilySearch, a non-profit organization, and a genealogical arm of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints . [3] Anyone with access …

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Encyclopedia of Ukraine

The Encyclopedia of Ukraine ( Ukrainian : Енциклопедія українознавства ) is a Fundamental work of Ukrainian Studies created under the auspices of the Shevchenko Scientific Society in Europe ( Sarcelles , near Paris ). As the Encyclopedia of Ukrainian Studies it includes two parts, the general part (1949-1952) that includes three volumes and the dictionary part (1955-89) that includes 10 volumes. It was published in Ukraine since 1991.

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Encyclopedia of Life

The Encyclopedia of Life ( EOL ) is a free collaborative online encyclopedia intended to document all of the 1.9 million living species known to science. It is compiled from existing databases and from contributions by experts and non-experts throughout the world. [2] It aims to build one “infinitely expandable” page for each species, including video, sound, images, graphics, as well as text. [3] In addition, the …

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Encyclopedia of Earth

The Encyclopedia of Earth (abbreviated EoE ) is an electronic reference about the Earth , its natural environments, and their interaction with society . The Encyclopediais a comprehensive, comprehensive searchable collection of articles written by scholars, professionals, educators, and other approved experts, who collaborate and review each other’s work. The articles are written in non-technical language and are intended to be useful to students, educators, scholars, …

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Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture

The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture ( EOA ) is a web -based encyclopedia of the US state of Arkansas , Described by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as “a free, authoritative information source about the history , politics, geography, And culture of the state of Arkansas. ” [1]

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Encyclopedia Dramatica

Encyclopedia Dramatica (often abbreviated ED [3] and æ ) is a satirical website, consisting of a wiki that uses MediaWiki software. [4] Launched on December 10, 2004, it lampoons encyclopedia topics and current events , especially those related to contemporary Internet culture . Often it reserves as a repository of information and a means clustering of discussions for the internet subculture Known As Anonymous . [5] This site has not yet been verified by Emploi-Québec. Web site celebrates a subversive “

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DEDI

DEDI is the first online encyclopedia of the natural and cultural heritage of Slovenia . It was set up in 2010 as a publicly accessible web site, allowing users to browse articles on immovable cultural heritage, movable cultural heritage, intangible cultural heritage and natural heritage. [1] [2] The Triglav Lakes Valley , [3] Žiče Charterhouse [4] as well as the linden tree in Vrba [5] and the short story Martin Krpan from Vrh [6] from the …

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Conservapedia

Conservapedia / k ə n s ɜːr v ə p i d i ə / is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from an American conservative points of view. The website was started in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly , sound of conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly , [3] [4] to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias present in Wikipedia . [5] [6] It uses editorials and a wiki-based system to generate content.

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Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology

The Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology is a freely accessible encyclopedia composed mainly by students of Boston University’s Modern Western Theology seminars. It focuses on Christian theology, mainly from the Western world and is edited by Wesley J. Wildman, a professor at Boston University School of Theology .

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Archimedes-lab.org

Archimedes-lab.org is a free and collaborative edutainment project developed and maintained by Gianni A. Sarcone and Marie-Jo Waeber, two authors and writers with more than thirty years of experience in the fields of visual thinking and education . This educational project is part of the Open Education Consortium [1] and it is supervised by a consulting network of experts specializing in online education.

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whitehouse.gov

Whitehouse.gov is the official website of the White House and is owned by the United States government . Launched in October 1994, [4] it contains information about the President , the Vice President, their families, press releases, proclamations, executive orders , and some speeches by White House officials. It has the official web site of several offices in the Executive Office of the President , such as the Office of Management and Budget and …

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The Walt

Walt is a four-piece post-punk / indie rock band from Utrecht , Netherlands consistant en Known musicians from We vs. Death , Kismet and the Retired Metalcore Group Dawn of Awakening. According to their official website the Walt’s influences include bands such as At and Drive-In , Medications , Q and not U , 31Knots and Hot Snakes . [1]

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The Walt

Walt is a four-piece post-punk / indie rock band from Utrecht , Netherlands consistant en Known musicians from We vs. Death , Kismet and the Retired Metalcore Group Dawn of Awakening. According to their official website the Walt’s influences include bands such as At and Drive-In , Medications , Q and not U , 31Knots and Hot Snakes . [1]

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vlogbrothers

Vlogbrothers (sometimes stylized as VlogBrothers ) is a video blog channel on YouTube . The Internet -based show is created and hosted by the Green brothers : John Green and Hank Green . The first incarnation of the brothers’ online broadcasting was the “Brotherhood 2.0” project, prior to the establishment of the regular vlogging activity through the Vlogbrothers channel.

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Open Book Publishers

Open Book Publishers ( OBP ) is an open source academic book publisher based in the United Kingdom . It is a non-profit social enterprise and community interest company (CIC) that promotes open access for full academic monographs , critical editions and textbooks in Humanities , Social Sciences , Mathematics and Science . All OBP books are peer-reviewed . [1] [2]

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Our Lady OpenCourseWare

Our Lady OpenCourseWare was an initiative by the University of Notre Dame to make materials from various courses freely available on the web. Launched September 30, 2006, [1] the site hosted materials from 45 races in 7 subjects. The project was initially funded by a grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation , and, unless otherwise stated, all materials are released with a Creative …

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Neo FreeRunner

The Neo FreeRunner (development code name GTA02) is an open-source smartphone that is developed by the Openmoko project and manufactured by FIC . It is the successor to the first development phase smartphone Neo 1973 , and is intended for users with a high demand for customizability. Shortly before the shipping the OpenMoko project released the CAD files, the schematics and other development resources of the Freerunner (and the Neo 1973) …

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Neo 1973

The Neo 1973 (development code name GTA01) is an open source software and open source hardware smartphone developed by the Openmoko project to run the Openmoko Linux software platform, released 2007. The CAD files-have-been released in 2008 under a ShareAlike Creative Commons license, [2] and the schematics are available for download from OpenMoko [3] and Wikimedia Commons [4] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.

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MIT OpenCourseWare

MIT OpenCourseWare (MIT OCW) is an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to put all of the educational materials from ict undergraduate – and graduate-level courses online , freely and Openly available to anyone, anywhere. MIT OpenCourseWare is a large-scale, web-based publication of MIT course materials. The project was announced on April 4, 2001 [1] and uses Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike license. The program was originally funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation , the Andrew …

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Meat Atlas

Meat Atlas ( Der Fleischatlas ) is an annual report, published by the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Friends of the Earth Europe , on the methods and impact of industrial animal agriculture . [1] Consisting of 27 short essays by various authors, the impact of meat consumption on global poverty, climate change, animal welfare, biodiversity, and the migration of workers. [2]

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Magnatune

Magnatune is an American independent record label based in Berkeley, California , founded in spring 2003. [1] It Originally only sold music for download through icts website, added a goal print- CDs -on-demand service in late 2004 and in October 2007 Amazon.com Amazon.com Sales Rank: # 1,062,804 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) Would you like to update product info or give feedback on images ? In May 2008, Magnatune launched all-you-can-eat membership …

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Life Wasted

” Life Wasted ” is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam . Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by guitarist Stone Gossard , “Life Wasted” was released on August 28, 2006 as the second single from the band’s eighth studio album, Pearl Jam (2006). The song peaked at number 10 on the BillboardModern Rock Tracks chart. On Pearl Jam , “Life Wasted” is repressed on the album’s …

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Free Beer

Free Beer , originally known as Vores øl – An open source beer ( Danish for: Beer ), is the first brand of beer with an ” open ” / “free” brand and recipe . [3] The recipe and trademark Elements are published under the Creative Commons CC BY-SA license . [4] The beer Was created in 2004 by students at the IT University in Copenhagen together with collective artist Superflex , to Illustrate how concepts of the FOSS movement might be applied outside the digital world. The “Free Beer” concept …

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Flat World Knowledge

FlatWorld is a publisher of college-level textbooks and educational supplements [1] founded in 2007 as Flat World Knowledge by Eric Frank and Jeff Shelstad. [2] t was acquired at the end of 2016 by Alastair Adam and John Eielson and its company headquarters was moved from Washington, DC to Boston, MA. The company Originally offert every textbook published for free using online delivery under the open …

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Flash MP3 Player

Flash MP3 Player is a web application that allows users to create a music player on their website. It is based on Flash and PHP , but it can be installed without any programming skills. Users are simply required to embed a piece of HTML code into Their website and app automatically Generates a playlist by scanning a specified folder for MP3 files and using ID3 tags for naming. The looks …

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Flash Gallery

Flash Gallery is a web application that allows users to create a slideshow on their websites. It is based on Flash and PHP , but it can be installed without any programming skills. Users are required to embed a piece of HTML code into Their website and the app automatically Generates a slideshow using pictures local gold Flickr photostream. The look of the application is customizable via an XML file.

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The Cathedral and the Bazaar

The Cathedral and the Bazaar: Musings on Linux and Open Source by an Accidental Revolutionary (abbreviated CatB ) is an essay, and later a book, by Eric S. Raymond is software engineering methods, based On His observations of the Linux kernel development process and His experience managing an open source project,fetchmail . It examines the struggle between top-down and bottom-up design . The attempt was first presented by the author at …

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Bruce Perens’ Open Source Series

The Bruce Perens’ Open Source Series was a series of books edited by Bruce Perens as series editor and published by Prentice Hall PTR. Main topics were Linux and other Open Source software. These books were intended for professional software developers, system and network administrators, and power users.

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GNU Project

The GNU Project / ɡ n u / ( listen ) [3] is a free-software , mass collaborative project, first annoncé on September 27, 1983 by Richard Stallman at MIT . Its aim is to give computer users freedom and control In Their use of Their computers and computing devices, by collaboratively Developing and providing good software That is based on the Following freedom rights: users are free to run the software, share …

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GNU Manifesto

The GNU Manifesto was written by Richard Stallman and published in March 1985 in Dr. Dobb’s Journal of Software Tools [1] as an explanation and definition of the goals of the GNU Project , and to call for participation and media Developing GNU , a free software Computer operating system. It is held in high regard within the free software movement as a fundamental philosophical source. The full text is …

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Free Software, Free Society

Free Software, Free Society: Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman is a book as it’s collects the writing of Richard M. Stallman . The first edition was published in 2002 by GNU Press under the GNU Free Documentation License . The second one, published in 2010, contains both updated versions of the original essays and many new essays. A third edition was published in 2015.

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Free software movement

The free software movement ( WSF ) or free / open source software movement ( FOSSM ) or free / free open source software ( FLOSS ) is a social movement [1] with the goal of Obtaining and Guaranteeing some Freedoms for software users derived, namely the freedom To run the software, to study and change the software, and to redistribute copies with or without changes. Although drawing on traditions and philosophies among …

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Doom WAD

Doom WAD is the default size of package files for the video game Doom and Its sequel Doom II: Hell on Earth , That Contain sprites, levels, and game data. WAD stands for Where’s All the Data? . [1] Immediately after its release in 1993, Doom attracted a sizeable following of players who created their own mods for WAD files-packages containing levels , graphics , and other game data-and played a vital part in Is …

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Xnet

Xnet ( former eXgae) is a non-profit activist platform that develops and promotes alternative models for cultural dissemination and royalty management. Its activities revolve around five core themes: free culture , internet neutrality , technopolitics, network democracy, new models of sustainability for the digital era and the defense of citizen journalism and the legal fight against corruption. Xnet also engages in political lobbying at the national and …

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Unsplash

Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing copyright-free photography under the Unsplash license . The website boasts 25,000 contributing photographers and generates an estimated 1 trillion photos per month. [1] Unsplash has been cited as one of the world’s leading photography websites by Forbes , Entrepreneur Magazine , CNET , Medium and Next Web. [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

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Swedish Literature Bank

The Swedish Literature Bank is a non-profit organization Whose objective is making classic Swedish literature and literary criticism freely available in digital editions. It is a collaborative entre les Swedish Academy , the National Library of Sweden , the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities , the Swedish Language Bank at the University of Gothenburg , the Swedish Society for Belles-Lettres , and the Society of Swedish Literature In Finland .

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Students for Free Culture

Students for Free Culture , formerly known as FreeCulture.org , is an international student organization working to promote free cultural ideals, such as cultural participation and access to information. It was inspired by the work of forming Stanford, now Harvard, law professor Lawrence Lessig , who wrote the book Free Culture , and it frequently collaborates with other prominent free culture NGOs , including Creative Commons , Electronic Frontier Foundation , …

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The Right to Read

The Right to Read is a short story by Richard Stallman , the founder of the Free Software Foundation , which was first published in 1997 in Communications of the ACM . It is a cautionary tale set in the year 2047, whenDRM -like technologies are used to restrict the readership of books: when the sharing of books and written material is a crime punishable by imprisonment.

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Remix (book)

Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy is Lawrence Lessig’s fifth book. The book was made available for free download and remixing [1]under the CC BY-NC [2] Creative Commons license via Bloomsbury Academic . [3] It is still available via the Internet Archive . [4] It ‘s a question of how to make a remix culture .

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Project Runeberg

Project Runeberg (Swedish, Projekt Runeberg ) is a digital cultural archive initiative that publishes free electronic versions of the Nordic countries . Patterned after Project Gutenberg , it was founded by Lars Aronsson and colleagues at Linköping University and was archived Nordic-language literature in December 1992. As of 2015 it had accomplished digitization to provide graphical facsimiles of old works such as the Nordisk familjebok , and had accomplished …

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Oxcars

The Oxcars (stylized as OXcars or oXcars ) are a non-competitive ceremony held at Sala Apolo in Barcelona , Spain , in October each year. They are a public showcase that puts the spotlight on cultural creation and distribution carried out under the paradigms of shared culture. [1] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. The award categories include: Music, Animation, Theater, Human Tools, Future Markets and Great Leftovers of …

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Open Hardware and Design Alliance

The Open Hardware and Design Alliance (OHANDA) aims at encouraging the sharing of open hardware and designs. The core of the project is a free online service where manufacturers of open hardware and designs can register their products with a common label. This label maps the four freedoms of Free Software to physical devices and their documentation. It is similar to a non-registered trademark for hardware …

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Open Source Judaism

Open-source Judaism [1] is a name given to initiatives within the Jewish community employing Open Source and open-source licensing strategies for collaboratively creating and sharing works about or inspired by Judaism. Open-source efforts in Judaism please use licensing strategies by qui contemporary products of Jewish Culture under copyright May be adopté, adapté, and Redistributed with credit and allocation accorded to the creators of thesis works. Often …

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Information wants to be free

” Information wants to be free ” is an expression that means that people should be able to access information freely. It is often used by technology activists to criticize laws that limit transparency and general access to information. People who criticize Intellectual Property law say the system of such government granted monopolies conflicts with the development of a public domain …

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Free textbook

A free textbook is a textbook that can be read, used, copied, modified and redistributed without any restrictions. The word free in the term free textbook refers to freedom (liberty) and is not related to monetary cost. A free textbook is released under a free license which ensures that people will read, use, copy, modify, and redistribute the textbook. The notion of a free textbook derived from a more general …

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CK-12 Foundation

The CK-12 Foundation is a California-based non-profit organization and its mission is to reduce the cost of, and increase access to, K-12 education in the United States and worldwide. [2] CK-12 provides free and fully customizable K-12 open educational resources . The foundation’s tools are used by 38,000 schools in the US, and other international schools. [2]

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