Two things worth investigating if you’re so inclined, today:
"OCLC has added COinS to its Open WorldCat Web pages. COinS, or
Context Objects in Spans, is a standardized way to invisibly embed
bibliographic metadata into a Web page’s HTML, using the OpenURL
metadata. This allows other tools, such as Web browsers, to identify
citation metadata in Web content and automatically generate links to
appropriate resources in a user’s own library."
There’s more to it than that, obviously, but I think you get a gist of it.
Next, this came in this morning:
The May 1, 2006 edition of the "Subject Index to Literature on Electronic Sources of Information" is available at:
The page-specific "Subject Index to Literature on Electronic Sources of Information" and the accompanying "Electronic Sources of Information: A Bibliography" (listing all indexed items) deal with all aspects of electronic publishing and include print and non-print materials, periodical articles, monographs and individual chapters in collected works. This edition includes 2,300 indexed titles. Both the Index and the Bibliography are continuously updated.
Introduction, which includes sample search and instructions how to use the Subject Index and the Bibliography, is located at:
Again, check it out if you are so inclined and have the time.
Finally, may I humbly point out the best website on the subject of electricity I’ve encountered in a long, long time. Read this for ten minutes and you’ll come away with more knowledge on the subject than you have ever wanted. Remember, folks, lack of education is no shame; never allow yoursel to be intimidated by this stuff.