Welcome to Treasures of the Internet

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Untitled Treasures of the Internet was prepared in a manner so that it has something to offer visitors of any age, interest and knowledge level. All you need to bring with you, when visiting with us, is the zest to learn and appreciate the good, noble, beautiful and true.
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World of Dreams

Untitled Treasures of the Internet includes original contents created specially for the website. However, as the name implies, the bulk of the content of Untitled Treasures of the Internet are links to primary databases (i.e., original sources of information, as opposed to archives and directories), photogalleries, as well as stable archives and directories available in the internet that we believe deserve to be visited.

To better understand what we hope to accomplish in the pages of Untitled Treasures of the Internet , please visit the following sections of the Introduction:

As of September 2004, there were about 50,000 files, and growing (many of them have not been included yet in the main A-Z navigation sites shown at the top). We need someone to help us create a "Search" option for the site, so that visitors can better access all the contents of Treasures of the Internet", more readily.

Major Sections.

Aside from the topics included in the main " A-Z navigation section", Untitled Treasures of the Internet includes several major subsections with very extensive links to databases available in the internet. Visit an outline of the major subsections to get a feel of the focus of Untitled Treasures of the Internet .

Many of the created files are integrated as "subsites" of the major sections shown on the navigation links (top left and above). For example, American Verse, English Poetry, Latin-Spanish Literature, etc. are integrated as major subsections of what is linked on the left as "Literature". Furthermore, even subsites have their own major subsites, so that the American Verse section contains the entire content of the 1885 version of Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman -- with each poem written on its own page, to allow the reader to appreciate the power of each poem more fully. The same is true for other sections and subsites. Thus, for now and until we have a search engine developed for the site, select your major of interest and use the navigation links to find whether what you are looking for is already archived in the pages of Treasures of the Internet.

Why this page?

The Untitled Why this page? section summarizes our goals, dreams and the underlying principles that prompted the creation of Treasures of the Internet. [The seminal ideas are encapsulated in the quotes at the top.] The Untitled Why this page? section provides a synopsis of the policies, views on privacy, free speech & censorship and a brief introduction about us. The aforementioned section also outlines our copyright policies, disclosures and binding (legal) agreements that you must concur with before proceeding any further.

Caution.

If you proceed any further, beyond this page, it is understood that you have read and accepted the terms and conditions specified in the Untitled Why this page? section.

We hope you share our dream and join us to help build this website. Thank you for visiting with us.