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Database for Good Articles
Books about Technology and Invention in Library
Patent Databases and Information
US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Patents Database
Divided into separate databases for patent applications and awarded patents.
Canadian Intellectual Property Office
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
WIPO is an agency of the United Nations. Its database allows searching for patents worldwide.
Provides easy access to patents from multiple countries as well as a "prior art" search feature.
The United States Copyright Office
Department of State - Copyright Information
American Library Association Copyright Information
Music and Software - just a few articles
The album is not dead—yet
From the Economist
Spotify Killed Music
Not a great source - but interesting.
The Day Napster Died and Changed the Music Industry Forever
Randolph MLA Citation Guide
Sample Works Cited MLA
A sample of a MLA formatted Works Cited page. Use as a model when creating your own works cited page for your research.
Credibility in Websites
Credible Website Guide
A LibGuide from University of South Carolina for help identifying good sources of Information
Are my sources credible?
University of Maryland LibGuide
15 technologies that died in 2016
15 Companies That Died In The Past Year
10 Fastest Dying Industries in America
What the Bleep? Pagers are slow, unreliable, and the reason for hospital deaths.
Robots Will Steal Our Jobs, But They'll Give Us New Ones
Why VR will not replace movies
From Scientific American
Armies of Expensive Lawyers, Replaced by Cheaper Software
From the New York Times
Best new products of 2019
Timelines and Predictions
History of Invention
A timeline of major discoveries.
Infographic: A Timeline of Future Technology
A prediction of things to come, put together by Scientific American.
7 of the Craziest Predictions for the Future, From the Past
The Wondrous World of 1990': A Look at Past Predictions of the Future What did our visionary predecessors get right and wrong when looking 23 years into the future?
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