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Database of local and national community-based alternatives to calling the police or 911, broken down by city.
Find phone numbers, addresses and other contact information for US corporations.
A site where you can search by city and state or ZIP code and find out what your options for net.access are.
A searchable database of doctors around the country and how much money they got from pharmeceutical companies.
A wiki devoted to explanation and analysis of FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) standards and requirements.
archive.org has over 3,000 hours of video from 9/11 and the days that followed.
A site that aims to collect as much information as possible about police related fatalities, and fatalities resultant from police brutality.
A website that acts as a directory to voter registration websites for every state in the US. You can either register to vote or check to see if your voter registration is valid and up to date.
A site that tracks tornados in the US. Notes their severity and location.
An online site with an API for tracking and searching for legislation currently working its way through the US congress. Everything's in XML, but what can you do?
An archive website about coldwar infrastructure in the US. Has documentation about communications systems and facilities.
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