File spoon-archives/french-feminism.archive/french-feminism_1999/french-feminism.9901, message 4


Date: Mon, 04 Jan 1999 11:15:13 -0500
Subject: Re: Fw:      Arts & Letters Daily and SciTech Daily - very useful 


An excellent site if you don't yet know about it:



> >
> >I want to draw forum members' attention to two truly wonderful web sites
> >which save one a lot of time and draw attention to a great deal of
> >intereting material
> >
> >Arts and Letters Daily: An updated Report of News and Reviews
> >http://www.cybereditions.com/aldaily/
> >philosophy, aesthetics, literature, anguage, ideas, criticism, culture,
> >history, music, art, trends, breakthroughs, disputes, gossip
> >
> >Named by the Guardian and Observer as the best web site of 1998
> >
> >Articles of note, new books, essays & opinion
> >
> >
> >There is a companion site for science and technology
> >SciTech Daily
> >http://SciTechDaily.com/
> >
> >Publisher's welcome to Arts & Letters Daily:
> >   At this stage in its evolution the Web resembles a typical Australian
> >goldfield, with vast mountains of low-grade ore.
> >Mining in both cases can be arduous. On the Internet it means
> >sifting through endless streams of verbose, under-edited, often
> >self-indulgent prose, frequently accompanied by those tedious graphics
> >that negate the "instant information" advantage of the Web.
> >Precious nuggets of real content are there to be found, however, and it's
> >the mission of Arts & Letters Daily to extract them for our readers. We
> >will continue to pan and sift from among the most intellectually
> >stimulating sites on the Internet, updating daily. We make them available
> >at a click.
> >Bookmark this page, let your colleagues and friends in listservs and
> >egroups know about Arts & Letters Daily - and Welcome!
> >
> >Denis Dutton
> >
> >Instant links to
> >
> >Newspapers
> >
> >  Boston Globe
> >  Chicago Tribune
> >  Globe & Mail
> >  Guardian/Observer
> >  The Independent
> >  Jerusalem Post
> >  London Telegraph
> >  London Times
> >  Los Angeles Times
> >  New York Times
> >  USA Today
> >  Washington Post
> >
> >   Some newspapers require
> >   first-time users to register.
> >   Once registered, readers are
> >   given unimpeded access to
> >   the newspaper's site.
> >
> >
> >  News Services
> >
> >  ABC
> >  Agence France-Presse
> >  Associated Press
> >  BBC
> >  MSNBC
> >  Reuters
> >
> >  Journals &
> >  Magazines
> >
> >  21stC/Columbia
> >  American Spectator
> >  Atlantic Monthly
> >  Boston Review
> >  City Journal
> >  Civilization
> >  CJR
> >  Commentary
> >  Discover
> >  Economist
> >  Feed
> >  First Things
> >  Free Inquiry
> >  Intellectual Capital
> >  Leonardo
> >  Lingua Franca
> >  Living Marxism
> >  Le Monde Monthly
> >  The Nation
> >  National Review
> >  New Republic
> >  New Scientist
> >  New Statesman
> >  New York Magazine
> >  New York Observer
> >  Philosophers' Web
> >  Philosophy & Literature
> >  Prospect
> >  Reason
> >  Salon
> >  Skeptical Inquirer
> >  The Spectator
> >  Wilson Quarterly
> >  Wired
> >
> >  Book Reviews
> >
> >  Book Magazine
> >  Booklist
> >  Booksonline
> >  Boston Book Review
> >  Boston Globe Books
> >  Hungry Mind
> >  Independent Books
> >  Literary Review
> >  London Review
> >  LA Times Books
> >  New York Review
> >  NY Times Books
> >  SF Chronicle Books
> >  Washington Post Books
> >
> >  Columnists
> >
> >  William F. Buckley
> >  Joe Conason
> >  Ellen Goodman
> >  Molly Ivins
> >  Wendy Kaminer
> >  Michael Kelly
> >  Morton Kondracke
> >  Chas Krauthammer
> >  Kevin Maney
> >  Robert Novak
> >  Camille Paglia
> >  Virginia Postrel
> >  Thomas Sowell
> >  Nadine Strossen
> >  Auberon Waugh
> >  George Will
> >
> >  Utilities
> >
> >  Internet Search
> >  Dictionaries
> >  Martindale's Reference Desk
> >  Virtual Reference Desk
> >  America Online
> >  Britannica
> >  Microsoft Network
> >  Netscape Netcenter
> >  Yahoo
> >
> >  Amusements
> >
> >  Bad Writing Contest
> >  Dave Barry
> >  Dilbert
> >  Jules Feiffer
> >  OED Daily Word
> >  The Onion
> >  Postmodern Generator
> >  Today's Poem
> >
> >    Arts & Letters Daily is
> >    published Monday through
> >    Saturday.
> >
> >    Managing Editor:
> >    Sharon Killgrove
> >
> >    Contributing Editor:
> >    Harrison Solow
> >
> >    Contributor:
> >    Kenneth Chen
> >
> >    Publisher:
> >    Denis Dutton
> >
> >    We invite readers to notify
> >    us of interesting sites or
> >    material for links.
> >    Comments and suggestions
> >    may be directed to
> >    Sharon Killgrove
> >
> >They tell you how, if you wish it,  either of these can be made your home
> >page so that your web browser will take you to it wen you go online
> >I should perhaps add that my only connection to these services is that of
> >admiring consumer.
> >
> >Best, Bob Young
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >__________________________________________
> >In making a personal reply, please put in Subject line: Message for Bob
> Young
> >Robert Maxwell Young:  robert-AT-rmy1.demon.co.uk or r.m.young-AT-sheffield.ac.uk
> >26 Freegrove Rd., London N7 9RQ, Eng. tel.+44 171 607 8306; fax.+44 171 609
> >4837.
> >Professor of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalytic Studies, Centre for
> >Psychotherapeutic
> >Studies, University of  Sheffield. http://www.shef.ac.uk/~psysc/
> >Home page and writings: http://www.human-nature.com
> >'One must imagine Sisyphus happy.' - Camus
> >



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