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Peter Greene's Top 10+ as announced on Monday, 9/3/2007
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- When-is.com - searchable resource to find out when holidays take place around the world.
- LandBigFish.com - a searchable resource that includes 36,000+ outdoor-and-fishing-activity related business to assist you in looking for camping, boating, fishing charters and more.
- HomeTownLocator.com - searchable resource that includes data for 42,500 cities, towns and zip codes. Also visit: "city-data", "epodunk", "American FactFinder"[US Census Bureau].
- PeerToPatent.org - opens the patent examination process to public participation for the first time to try and assist the US Patent Office to alleviate the long wait time for patent approvals.
- InventorEd.org - a resource to assist you in understanding the patent process. Also visit: "InventRight" and "United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)".
- CPSC.gov - U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission - here is access to all the consumer product safety recalls as issued by the U.S. federal government.
- BitPipe.com - an Information Technology resource and guide to IT related resources; access their free online library for the latest technical white papers, webcasts, product information to help you make intelligent IT decisions.
- WiiPlus.net - a Nintendo Wii gami resource that includes game reviews, news, articles and discussion forums.
- SmallEngineAdvisor.com - a small egine repair and troubleshooting resource.
- SelfHelpForums.com - access to a wide variety of self-help topics; statistics for this resource: Threads: 12,281, Posts: 61,439, Members: 6,521 .
- InfoStar.com Tips page - Tip #1 has a digital memory card storage table for you to use as a handy reference.
*** Below are last month's choices ****
- SchoolDigger.com - K-12 school search and comparison resource.
- SpaceWander.com - enjoy a 10-minute virual space trip [space travel on a ship through our solar system and beyond - very informative]; available in several languages. Very neat! Enjoy! Also visit "Space-Travel".
- FightGridLocknow.gov - a government's online resource that details our federal government's strategy to reduce congestion. Also visit the "DOT".
- KidsAndGuns.org - resource about kids and guns to help prevent gun violence, gun safety, child safety and prevent gun accidents. Also visit "MillionMomMarch".
- iLounge.com - a leading, independent resource for information on the iPod, iPhone, iTunes and more. Check-out "iPodHowToVideo" for some online tutorials.
- AutomotiveForums.com - a resource for auto enthusiasts; covers industry news, racing, car shows, car buying and selling, and a lot more.
- nVNews.net a resource for users of "NVidia" graphics products; NVidia is a very popular garphics card manufacturer.
- Mahalo.com - human-powered search engine powered by an enthusiastic and energetic group of Guides. Also visit "About.com".
- LivePlasma.com - a search and discovery engine for music and movie fans.
- BlogTalkRadio.com - a resource that allows any individual to host a live blogshow online.
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, the Internet and the World Wide Web; show is a question & answer format. I have supported Wisconsin Public Radio for nearly 18 years with a monthly radio
show on computer technology. The show is produced by Jim Packard and hosted by Larry Meiller.