Other List

The purpose of this EDT page is to provide regularly-updated listings of other sites interesting to those who market through electronic parts distributors on the Web, with links. If you have new sites, corrections or comments, please tell me (Bernie Schnoll) via E-mail contact@edtmag.com or phone (498) 725-1083, click here for Supplier List.

 

  • Alta Vista is a terrific “search engine” from Digital Equipment. If you are looking for information, this is the best way to find it.
  • www.Amazon.com on-line discount bookstore with a terrific search engine nd on-line ordering.
  • American Electronics Association (AEA) information-filled, including legislative info, meeting schedules, publications.
  • ATT Toll-Free 800 Directory
  • BigBook has listings for 11 million businesses and lots more.
  • The Broker Forum actually promises to make you less broke by making it easy for you to sell your surplus and buy somebody else’s!
  • Business Week Online a very interesting full-featured site, well worth repeated visits!
  • CMP’s Technical Calendar is a comprehensive listing of technical conferences, seminars and shows. A little slow, but very thorough!
  • CNN Technology News what’s new in technology, one millimeter deep.
  • Comdex very slow downloading, but has lots of info on all the Comdex shows including registration.
  • Digital.Market says they are “the first open sourcing system”.
  • The Dilbert Zone features material for business presentations. (Ok, ok — it is funny!)
  • EDS — the Electronic Distribution Show full-featured site, has been updated to feature the ’97 show.
  • EEM Local Sources lists local distributors. Orange you glad this is on the Web?
  • electroBASE electronic components and products sourcing database.
  • ELECTROnet customer searchable inventory from multiple distributors.
  • Electronic Engineers Master (EEM) On-Line is a key resource for engineers.
  • Electronic Industries Association (EIA) is a little more interesting now that the Components Group participates, but will be even better when they actually put up information.
  • Electronic Industries Forum of New England (EIF) Information on EIF ’97.
  • Electronic News includes the latest stories, updated daily.
  • Electronic Products Magazine includes an extensive product database.
  • Electronic Representatives Association (ERA) includes their industry calendar, and has links to members on the Web. Also includes links to ERA chapter Web sites.
  • EXPOguide lists over 4000 tradeshows by name, by date, by geography.
  • FastParts is a surplus parts clearinghouse, with a different approach to brokering.
  • GE Plastics is the prototype manufacturer catalog site, with more information than you can use. If you have an almost unrestricted budget, this is how to do it!
  • Hoovers not vacuum cleaners, but all kinds of information about companies for investors and marketers. Here’s where to find out all about your prospective customer or your competitor.
  • Bruce Merrifield has lots of articles and papers, many relating to distribution.
  • National Association of Purchasing Management (NAPM) lists publications, seminars, courses — things that interest the people who buy from you!
  • National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA) offers Web pages to members and a calendar.
  • Nepcon all about the electronic packaging shows if you can endure agonizingly slow-downloading graphics.
  • New York Times On-Line has simple yet clean graphics that make the text easy to read, a huge range of information including columns and the crossword puzzle, and, oh yes, the latest news, updated every ten minutes.
  • Nynex Interactive Yellow Pages are national listings, a terrific resource.
  • Semiconductor Equipment & Materials International (SEMI) includes information on SEMICON shows as well as Display Works ’97 in San Jose.
  • The Sharper Image a specialty retailer with all kinds of neat stuff. I hate shopping, but love this store!
  • Sun Microsystems Guide to Web Style, a “cookbook” for Web site development.
  • Switchboard national telephone directory with over 90 million listings. Find “long-lost” friends!
  • Thomas Register illustrates the future for directories on the Web.
  • Trade Show Central lists information, more-or-less accurate, on over 8000 tradeshows.
  • Webscope has a regularly-updated comprehensive listing of electronics hardware manufacturers on the Web, not restricted to those who sell through distribution.
  • Wescon information on Wescon ’97, Novemeber 4 thru 6 in San Jose & Santa Clara (CA).
  • Yahoo is the ultimate Web directory!