Last week I mentioned my difficulty finding open history materials. In response, David sent me some great history-related links from George Mason University.
First, Scribe is very cool "notetaking platform". Notetaking does not quite describe the free download, however, as Scribe is a multi-faceted research tool created with historians in mind. After downloading the tool, I definitely felt it could work well in other disciplines such as literature and philosophy. Second, the History News Network has a great collection of blogs, podcasts, and other research aids. Third, check out all of the multimedia at the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Be sure to check out Open History, David's new history-focused blog. Based upon his extraordinarily ambitious other blog, fix buffalo, I'm sure that this one will be very awesome.