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Peter Greene's Top 10+ as announced on Tuesday, 9/30/2008
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- TheAutoChannel.com - a Web resource to find new car reviews, a very useful "fuel economy guide" [that you can modify based on your driving habits] and more. Also visit: "ReviewCars" and "TheTruthAboutCars".
- SlickDeals.net - a resource dedicated to finding you the best deals available online; includes an alert service and 100's of coupons.
- ValleyWag.com - Silicon Vally online magazine that reports on tech gossip; [Google "gossip" seems to be quite popular].
- HeartCheckmark.org - American Heart Association's Web site that promotes their distinctive symbol on food products that you'll recognize as food that has been screened and verified to meet their certification criteria to be low in saturated fat and cholesterol for healthy people over age 2. Check our their "My Grocery List" feature.
- TheOilDrum.com - their mission is to facilitate civil, evidence-based discussions about energy and its impact on our future.
- Retrevo.com - a resource that matches people with electronics; find buying guides, online promotions and more.
- CrunchGear.com - a tech resource that tries to cover the latest in electronic gadgets. Also visit "Engadget".
- Sylvania.com - they are recognized for their light bulbs but there is a lot more here! A very useful Web site about their product offerings, [including access to their coupons and rebates] an online guide for automotive lighting products which features a "Replacement Guide", a listing of "Energy Incentive Programs" and more.
- PodCastAlley.com - a Podcast resource; features a Podcast directory and the their "Top 10 Podcasts" as voted on by the listeners.
- AngiesList.com - 650,000+ consumers use Angie's List to find high quality contractors, service companies and health care providers.
*** Below are last month's choices ****
- DBSTalk.com - a satellite resource that keeps up on technical issues, latest news and has a "searchable discussion forum".
- ArticlesBase.com [493,223 published free articles, by 54,598 authors] - wide variety of topics covered that can be used for Web site content and newsletters. Also visit "Scribd".
- Zafu.com - called a personal style clothing online store - assists you with best style/best fit solution after you provide your information. Also visit "MyShape".
- CollegePublisher.com [College Media Network] - is the largest interactive network of online college newspapers in the United States. All CMN member papers run on College Publisher, the only multimedia publishing platform built specifically for the needs of the campus newsroom. Click on this to "access their college newspaper network".
- AirfareWatchdog.com - resource that lists low airfares on all airlines, including Southwest, and includes special fares that you can only buy on the airlines' own sites. Also visit "Away", "BookingBuddy" and "SmarterTravel".
- HowToForge.com - a resource provides user-friendly Linux tutorials about almost every topic.
- virSCAN.org - resource that provides a free on-line scan service, which checks uploaded files for malware, using antivirus engines.
- HighDefForum.com - a HDTV Forum dedicated to the discussion of High Definition Technology with over 90,000+ members; access their useful discussion forums from their homepage.
- PointStreak.com - a resource that provides real-time sports statistics for professional and amateur leagues.
- YardBarker.com - covers sports rumors including blogs, videos, news, forums and lots more. Also visit "MVN".
- Google's New Web Browser for Windows called "Chrome" [Beta Release] - release on 9-2-2008; is a challenge to Microsoft's popular Internet Explorer.
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