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MarconiCalling

MarconiCalling

This site examines the life, science, and achievements of Guglielmo Marconi, often referred to as the pioneer of wireless communication. A timeline covers important events in Marconi’s life. There are also self-contained exhibitions that cover the significant milestones of the development of wireless. The Communications section features layers and …
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications

International Telecommunication Union

International Telecommunication Union

The ITU is an international organization dedicated to helping coordinate the government and private sectors in developing and operating telecommunications technology. The website provides free electronic copies of its reports and free statistics such as telephone lines by country, number of PCs per country, and telecommunications indicators.
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Business & Economics–Statistics

InventorSpot

InventorSpot

This site features the latest inventions, innovations and interesting ideas from around the world. The website is listed in the top 1000 sites in Technorati since its inception in mid-2008.
Subject: Entertainment & Leisure–Fashion; Science & Technology–Engineering; Science & Technology–Communications; Science & Technology–Environmental Sciences & Ecology; Reference–Experts & How-To; Science & Technology–Transportation; Arts & Humanities–Fine Arts–Architecture; Computers & Internet; Science & Technology–Science & Technology News; Science & Technology–Electronics; Arts & Humanities–Fine Arts–Graphic Arts & Design

MobileCrunch

MobileCrunch

“MobileCrunch is a blog covering the hardware, software, and services of the mobile industry.”
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Applications By Type–Communication Tools

International Marine Signal Flags

International Marine Signal Flags

Descriptions and images of the alphabet flags and pennants used for communication by ships at sea. Also links to a page explaining the semaphore flag signaling system, with images of all the letters in the semaphore alphabet.
Subject: Reference–Geography–Flags; Science & Technology–Transportation–Water; Science & Technology–Communications

How Does a Long Distance Receiver Work?

How Does a Long Distance Receiver Work?

A basic description and explanation with examples on the physics of transmitting information over long distances using a transmitter and receiver.
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Science And Technology–Physics–Light, Waves, And Optics

Inland Marine Radio History Archive

Inland Marine Radio History Archive

This history of the radio in Great Lakes and Mississippi River shipping industry provides technical descriptions as well as personal recollections of retired radio operators. This site invites its audience to contribute knowledge and facts and is constantly growing as a result.
Subject: Science & Technology–Transportation–Water; Science & Technology–Communications; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Science & Technology; Science & Technology–Electronics

The Media History Project

The Media History Project

Promotes “the study of media history from petroglyphs to pixels.” Includes an excellent timeline of media history covering art, music, television, the Internet, and video games from pre-history to today, along with an article archive on media resources.
Subject: Entertainment & Leisure–Music; Entertainment & Leisure–Books; Science & Technology–Communications; Arts & Humanities–Culture–Pop Culture; Business & Economics–Industry–Publishing & Media; Entertainment & Leisure–Television; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Computers & Internet; Entertainment & Leisure–Radio; Entertainment & Leisure–Movies; Sports, Entertainment And Arts–Comics; Sports, Entertainment, And Arts–Movies; Sports, Entertainment, And Arts–Music; School And Homework Help–Homework Help–Subject Area Help–History; Sports, Entertainment, And Arts–Television

Virtual Institute of Information

Virtual Institute of Information

An on-line research facility open to everyone, allowing independent research in telecommunications and mass media.It is a global center for research, discussion and debate with an open architecture allowing users to contribute.
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Computers & Internet; Business & Economics–Economics

Internet Telephony

Internet Telephony

INTERNET TELEPHONY(TM) magazine focuses exclusively on the convergence of voice, video, fax, and data over IP based communications. Each month the new products and services that define the fastest growing segment of the telecommunictions convergence market are reviewed.
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications

Wireless Week

Wireless Week

“Wireless Week is a […] covering all the business, technology and regulatory news in cellular, personal communications services, paging, specialized mobile radio, private mobile radio, wireless Internet, wireless data, satellite, wireless local loop and microwave.”
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Business & Economics–Industry

VitalSTATS: The Numbers Behind the News

VitalSTATS: The Numbers Behind the News

“The Statistical Assessment Service (STATS) is a nonpartisan, non-profit research organization in Washington, D.C… devoted to the accurate use of scientific and quantitative information in public policy debate. STATS serves as a resource for journalists by providing timely and well-researched analysis of current statistical and scientific disput …
Subject: Social Sciences–Social Sciences News; Science & Technology–Communications; Business & Economics–Statistics

Infoweek – Chile

Infoweek – Chile

“The leading newspaper published every two weeks specialized in Computers, Telecommunications and Networking. Corporate Computing for the desicion maker. Can find information about Chile’s IT market, download, and search past news, among other services.”
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Computer Science–Information Systems Management (IS)

IJCLP: International Journal of Communications Law and Policy

IJCLP: International Journal of Communications Law and Policy

IJCLP “covers a wide range of topics relating to structural and behavioural regulation and policy in the converging Internet, telecommunications and broadcasting sectors of regulation. The Journal’s objective remains to present a combination of scholarly content, editor-reader interactivity and a user-friendly approach.” ISSN 1439-6262.
Subject: Science & Technology–Communications; Law, Government & Political Science–Law