Reference LinksThe following sites are all of the winners of the extremely exclusive Land of Quotes Reference Award.
The Land of Quotes is one of many useful reference tools on the internet. The webmaster here at The Land of Quotes is constantly scouring the web to find those resources. He is extremely selective as he identifies the best and brightest of internet reference.
If you've ever tried to do research on the Internet, then you'll apreciate the value of this site. It is a massive collection of links to hundreds of reference sites, organized into general questions, such as "How do I...?" or "How much, how many?". It's only apropriate that a reference librarian built this site!
The Earth Calendar is a fascinating and enjoyable website. It features holidays from all over the world, be they religious, political, or sentimental in nature. Its prodigious listings are searchable by date, religion, or geographical location. This site is at once a good place to go for the traveller avoiding schedule conflicts, the party animal looking for a reason to celebrate and everyone looking for an interesting site. Truly elite!
This page not only has quotations, but two features which make it stand out among the rest. Firstly, it has a special interest section devoted to love and marriage. Secondly, every page on it is enhanced in Perl, allowing greater functionality than most. Definitely worth a visit!
This is an absolutely extraordinary page. Well laid out and extremely scholarly. This is an absolutely astonishing page which exemplifies how the internet can be used for good purposes. If it's not here, Thomas Jefferson couldn't have said it!
This site sports a good-sized collection of quotations. It's organized alphabetically by author, and this unique organization combined by its sheer imensity makes it a formidable resource. My hats off to Quotingman!
You can tell by the name "Roget" alone that this will be a good resource. It certainly lives up to expectations, providing huge meaning lists followed by gargantuan synonym lists. This is the only thesaurus you'll ever need!
This is certainly one of the most reference sites I've ever seen. The luminarium contains the biographies, works and quotes of dozens of authors from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and 17th century. This is truly a unique and well-researched site, containing fascinating and informative content. Everyone should pay this site a visit.
This historical reference site is choc full of historical documents. From the constitution to letters between the Founding Fathers, this site has got all the information on life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.