September 9, 2007

Turning States Around and Around

Filed under: precat — tsladmin @ 11:40 pm

Proving that even testing your knowledge of the placement of U.S. states can be a fun game, Marylaine Block’s Neat New Stuff points us to Stateris-USA. I finished in 11 minutes on medium, mainly because I wasn’t sure which way to turn Rhode Island. You can also test your knowlege of Africa, Europe, France, the Netherlands, and the UK.
There are some fun links in the lefthand navigation, too, that create maps with a message of your choosing using smoke signals, crop circles, and the “Hollywood” sign.


  1. Hey Jenny,
    This is Vince from SocialRank.
    We’re launching a new Web 2.0 site dedicated to librarians and we have started indexing your blog posts as part of our
    content filter.
    I’d like to send you an invite to a beta preview. Can you get back to me with your email address.
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    Comment by Vince — September 10, 2007 @ 2:21 am

  2. I have problem about “Information Referral service” .I don’t know much about it but my
    teacher give this topic and I serch it for along times , tried on internet, 3 library
    ,asked librarian ,books and journals but I don’t know outline of this service.
    I just know only referral service always match lawer until I found your web at Journal
    center at my University . Please help me ! Thank You for read my request.
    So sorry for my Grammar I am freshy of Chiangmai University in Thailand
    My Facalty is Humanity of Information Studies. Please contact me by E-mail or MSN .
    Sorry and Thank you again.
    God Bless You

    Comment by Tussaporn — September 10, 2007 @ 9:35 am

  3. Hi Jenny – if you love Geography challenges, then try this one!
    MiniJugos – How well do you know your world?

    Comment by Maggie Buckholz — November 14, 2007 @ 12:40 pm

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