Please Note: KWSnet
is taking an extended leave of absence from maintaining its online services, including web (KWSnet Annotated Subject Directory for the Web
), social media services (Twitter
), Zotero Library
(and its RSS
), You Tube
playlists. Requests for corrections, and for additions as well, will be attended to, but my own contributions will be much diminished and/or sporatic. Too much time on the Internet, and not enough in the physical world, is something I am working on re-balancing. So consider these services to now be no more than a snapshot in time and/or archival material, rather than up-to-the-minute resources. With that in mind, some of it may still be of interest or use to you.
is an Internet subject directory providing special attention to U.S. national and international news, the arts, computing, culture, environment, law, literature, media, politics, science
and technology. Based in San Francisco, California, KWSnet
contains over 125,000 annotated links to resources worldwide. Use Search KWSnet
, located at the top of each page, to search within this site. Use Ctrl-F (Windows)
or ⌘-F (Mac)
to search within individual pages.
provides news, culture, environment, media, politics, sci-tech, society, #art, #comics, #politicalcartoon, #illustration, #botd, #obit.
's YouTube Channel Playlist
provides recommended video from artists, journalists, and political activists worldwide.
My Zotero Library
provides news articles, primary and secondary sources, and bibliographic information for your research.
More information on Zotero
– a powerful, easy-to-use research tool – can be found at its site
. Also recommended, subscribe to My Zotero Library RSS
content for the latest updates.
is completely non-commercial. It has no commercial objective or emphasis. Instead, it is intended for educational purposes, research, and
personal use. It is updated regularly.
deployed, and fully HTML5
may be contacted via email
with any comments, suggestions or link submissions. KWSnet
is designed and maintained, in its entirety, by Kirk W. Smith