(PRWEB) April 4, 2005
Rex Armstrong had been very confident in his ability to find useful information by searching the internet. He was looking for some public domain resources he could use in his next business project. But he soon found his efforts frustated.
"I know there are lots of great resources out there in the public domain for people to use, but they're almost never clearly identified as such, and can be very difficult to locate. "So," lamented Armstrong, "after many days spent doing search after search and following link after link, I had little to show for it."
There are vast amounts of public domain materials out there, from books and reports, to graphics and photographs; from audio and video, to software and databases. Most people who could benefit from them either don't know they exist, or have no idea how to go about locating them.
But a new service has been established, Public Domain Central, to come to the immediate aid and assistance of those interested in using what the public domain has to offer. Finally, public domain resources provided by governments, organizations, and individuals will be easily accessible.
According to Michael Sisson, the founder of Public Domain Central, "So many different people can find rewarding uses for all the public domain materials that exist - information publishers, hobbyists, software developers, students. We've provided a central location to help them find what they're looking for and see the range of what's out there. We fully review all sources, and make new ones available daily."
For more information on public domain resources on the net, visit http://www.publicdomaincentral.com.