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A federal government site that provides ingredient, safety and health effects information of over 4,000 consumer brands. The household products included are those usually found under the kitchen and bathroom sinks.
This online publication from the American Association of Law Librarians is designed to assist the public in understanding the process of finding laws, cases, and other legal resources.
Learn all about Utah and its history, including each county, American Indian tribes, local geology, and key events. (Utah Department of Heritage and Arts)
A one-stop reference/homework help site. (Pearson Education)
From cooking to 3d printing, to making just about anything fly, Instructables tells you how to do it! (Squid Labs)
The Internet’s own library, the Internet Archive is a digital library of internet sites and cultural artifacts such as audio recordings, movies, music concerts and texts, software and archived web pages. This digital library offers permanent and free access for researchers, historians, and scholars.
Snopes.com is an excellent source for checking the accuracy of urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors and misinformation. Looking to determine the accuracy of an email forward or a rumor on Facebook? Snopes.com will help you sort out the truth, with detailed descriptions of the item’s origin and status whenever the item is true, false or undetermined.
The Internet Movie Database, or IMDB, is a searchable database of more than two million movies, television and entertainment programs with listings for more than four million cast and crew members. Program information also features character names, plot or episode summaries, run times, trivia, soundtracks, and more.
Find out more about your favorite movies and celebrities.
The works of numerous religions and belief systems are indexed and searchable on this this. In covers Eastern, Western, and Ancient religions, as well as esoteric, occult, and fringe groups.