The CogNet website recently received a makeover, and now has a sleek new interface.
If you're not familiar with Cognet, it was developed in 2000 as an online resource of scientific research and interchange for anyone in the brain and cognitive science community. From the Cognet website:
Individual and institutional subscribers to MIT CogNet have access to a comprehensive platform which includes pre-eminent resources from several fields, such as artificial intelligence, linguistics, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy and education. The platform provides an ever-growing electronic collection of relevant books, journals, conference proceedings, calls for papers and grey literature, and provides searchable access to ten major reference works published by the MIT Press; 450 MIT Press books in full-text PDF; the full text of six MIT Press journals; and abstracts from more than 30 journals from other publishers like Cambridge University Press, the British Psychological Society, Kingston Press, Ltd., and Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.