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gwis2.circ.gwu.edu/~gprice/listof.htm Web sites that can organize thousands of disparate sources of information simply and efficiently are worth their bandwidth in gold. Take George Washington University librarian Gary Price’s List of Lists, for instance. As a clearinghouse for rankings published elsewhere, the List of Lists provides links to data on education, business, science, the environment, food, ...

gwis2.circ.gwu.edu/~gprice/listof.htm

Web sites that can organize thousands of disparate sources of information simply and efficiently are worth their bandwidth in gold. Take George Washington University librarian Gary Price's List of Lists, for instance. As a clearinghouse for rankings published elsewhere, the List of Lists provides links to data on education, business, science, the environment, food, entertainment, the computer industry, and more.

Lists cover both the United States ("Catfish Consumption by State") and the world ("Indonesia's Largest Conglomerates" or "Who's On Top in Latin America"). So if you're dying to find out which country is number one in "World Chocolate Consumption" (Switzerland), which company is Japan's largest employer (Hitachi, with 331,494 on the payroll), or if you want to find some more practical information, be sure to add this site to your list.

gwis2.circ.gwu.edu/~gprice/listof.htm

Web sites that can organize thousands of disparate sources of information simply and efficiently are worth their bandwidth in gold. Take George Washington University librarian Gary Price’s List of Lists, for instance. As a clearinghouse for rankings published elsewhere, the List of Lists provides links to data on education, business, science, the environment, food, entertainment, the computer industry, and more.

Lists cover both the United States ("Catfish Consumption by State") and the world ("Indonesia’s Largest Conglomerates" or "Who’s On Top in Latin America"). So if you’re dying to find out which country is number one in "World Chocolate Consumption" (Switzerland), which company is Japan’s largest employer (Hitachi, with 331,494 on the payroll), or if you want to find some more practical information, be sure to add this site to your list.

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