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SITE OF THE DAY ARCHIVE
"Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves,
or we know where we can find information upon it."

- Samuel Johnson

SEP 2020


Previous Archives

DATE SITE OF THE DAY
9/1/20    Street View 1940's New York
   Between 1939 and 1941, the Works Progress Administration collaborated with the New York City Tax Department to collect photographs of every building in the five boroughs of New York City. In 2018, the NYC Municipal Archives completed the digitization and tagging of these photos. This website places them on a map.
9/2/20    Outside: The Best Road Trips in the US
   They put together their favorite in-state itineraries in every region of the country, to make it easy for you to explore your own backyard
9/3/20    Fire and Smoke Map
   The Fire and Smoke Map displays information on ground level air quality monitors recording fine particulates (PM2.5) from smoke and other sources.
9/4/20    Carbon Diary & Sustainable Guide
   Understand and reduce your carbon footprint.
9/5/20    Media Bias Chart
   They rate the news for bias and reliability using a rigorous methodology and a politically balanced team of analysts.
9/6/20    Tracking PPP Loans
   Search Every Company Approved for Federal Loans Over $150k
9/7/20    Dyslexia Simulator
   This simulation demonstrates some common symptoms of dyslexia. You are given 60 seconds to read a paragraph aloud.
9/8/20    The Climate Clock is Ticking
   What if the climate change could be arrested by simply paying attention to our daily actions? Take the quiz and find out what you can do now!
9/9/20    Symbology
   Characters You Won’t Find on Your Keyboard
9/10/20    The 25 Best Movies of 2020 (So Far)
   In a year in which cinema has been seemingly shut down, there has still been plenty of great work to see—if you know where to look.
9/11/20    9/11 Memorial & Museum
   On the 19th anniversary of 9/11, watch a livestream of our annual commemoration ceremony, hear stories from survivors and first responders in our Anniversary in the Schools webinar, and help support our mission.
9/12/20    Drive and Listen
   Listen to local radio stations while driving through the cities around the world.
9/13/20    How Many Coronavirus Cases Are Happening In Schools? This Tracker Keeps Count
   Looking for a snapshot of coronavirus outbreaks in U.S. schools? The National Education Association has just launched a tracker of cases in public K-12 schools.
9/14/20    Physics Simulations
   My Physics Lab is a physics simulation site where you can try out different physical experiments online.
9/15/20    Camp Target
   With CampTarget, you'll be be able to create beautiful itineraries based on your time budget and interests found along the way.
9/16/20    Power the Polls
   Power the Polls will be a part of the solution by addressing the need for low-risk and diverse poll workers who can staff in-person voting locations during early voting and on Election Day.
9/17/20    MIT Biology: “COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 and the Pandemic”
   In Fall 2020, all MIT students and the general public are welcome to join Professors Richard Young and Facundo Batista as they discuss the science of the pandemic during this new class. Special guest speakers include: Anthony Fauci, David Baltimore, Britt Glaunsinger, Bruce Walker, Eric Lander, Michel Nussenzweig, Akiko Iwasaki, Arlene Sharpe, Kizzmekia Corbett, and others.
9/18/20    Eunoia
   See a list of words from all languages that just don't translate.
9/19/20    From Your Couch
   Experience audio tours of museums and more by local tour guides from home. An immersive experience which is 100% online.
9/20/20    The Sky Live
   Interactive star map of the sky visible from Greenwich, UK.
9/21/20    Conde Nest Traveler: The World's Most Beautiful Libraries
   While we all know that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, this is one case in which evaluating something based on its appearance is not only accepted, but encouraged. From Seattle to Tokyo, these beautiful libraries are known for noteworthy exteriors—think soaring architecture and bountiful gardens—and interiors featuring designs like frescoed ceilings or walls made entirely of glass. And that's nothing compared to the millions of books housed within their walls. So whether you're a bookworm or an architecture lover, start adding these 22 libraries to your must-visit list.


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