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  • Ixquick is another trackerless search engine. I use it with Linux but you can really use it with anything.

    • Ixquick is also not U. S. based.
      duckduckgo is U. S. based.
      Does it make any difference? I don’t know, but given the choice…

  • Wikipedia…lol. Funded by the CIA, run by an ex-Mossad clown.

    ‘Edited by anyone’?

    Actually, dead-wrong. Editing ‘allowed’ if it goes along with the Official Story of anything.

    Worst source of true info on the planet.

  • We are using Wikipedia for geographical FACTS. Facts like a list of counties in a state, list of cities and towns in a state, to find the link to an official website, links to maps pages, locations of rivers and lakes, etc. I can’t believe anybody would falsify things like that.

    If you can give me a link to a more reliable encyclopedia website, please do so.

  • I also don’t ‘trust’ Wikipedia, but in this case, I found this list of my state’s resources to be pretty accurate. These particular pages don’t lend themselves towards the inaccuracies/bias of other pages on the site. Personally, I thank the author for pulling these resources together. The series overall is a little ‘information overload’ for me, but it has provoked thought. I don’t use GPS but once in a blue moon. I DO use google maps a lot, but also rely on my old fashioned paper maps more. Technology is nice and all. Paper maps aren’t always reliable and don’t have the up to the minute traffic info, but technology isn’t infallible either. Thanks Anon 411 for this interesting series and all the hard wok you put into it!

    • Thank you for the kind words, Grammyprepper! This has been a labor of love for me.

      This is a lot of material. What I do when downloading these files is work 15-30 minutes at a time. Doing this 3-4 times a day I get a lot done. If I miss a day or two it doesn’t matter. You’ve probably heard the old joke “How do you eat an elephant?” answer “One bite at a time!”

      Another trick is to focus on only one piece at a time and work on only that until it is complete. In this case I downloaded all the county pages first. That took 2 work sessions. The cities took me 4 work sessions. Just ignore the other links until you get to them.

      I hope this helps.

  • May I also add using google maps. or whatever they call it, earthview…our area has a lot of smaller creeks that won’t necessarily show up on topographical maps. Some of them I knew of, others I didn’t.

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