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- ComputerUser.com - useful technology resource to know; includes a "tech dictionary", "forum", blog and lots more.
- NetStumbler.com - source for your daily Wi-Fi, WiMAX, 3G and VoIP news; also visit their "forums".
- DeepwaterHorizonResponse.com - the official Web site about this ongoing event. Also visit: "IncidentNews.gov", "Office of Response and Restoration" and "Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana".
- SmallStep.gov - federal government resource to try and help improve the health and well-being of our country; also visit: "HealthierUS.gov".
- Wize.com - a product review resource that may be useful when trying to shop.; also visit: "Epinions".
- MySuiteStuff.com - an interesting product idea that relates to Adobe Creative Suite software users - "Colorful Pillows".
- RealPagesLive.com - AT&T's searchable, interactive Web version of their Yellow Pages; worth checking out just to see how it works.
- HighSchoolSports.net - a nationwide "searchable" High School Sports information resource.
- EngeniusTech.com - Engenius Technologies produces a wide variety of wireless "WiFi" datacomm products that go beyond what you usually see available in a retail store.
- Metacafe.com - online well organized and searchable video entertainment resource.
- WonderHowTo.com - a well organized "searchable" and very useful reference of videos and articles on a wide variety of topics. Also visit: "eHow" and "YouTube".
*** Below are last month's choices ****
- UnwiredView.com - wireless industry news and information resource that has product reviews and also archives.
- iPhoneAlley.com - all things iPhone and some on "iPad". Also visit: "iClarified" and "AppleInsider".
- 800notes.com - is a free, "reverse phone number lookup database" built by you and everyone else that uses it. Its strength is in numbers - by sharing pieces of information each of us has they have and continue to put together a free and public phone number directory with information no other service can provide.
- CO2gether.org - CO2gether provides people in South Central Wisconsin the tools to calculate, reduce and track their carbon footprints. [created by: "Madison Gas and Electric", "1000 Friends of Wisconsin", "UW-Madison's SAGE".
- TechnoForum.org - a technology blog.
- Twellow.com - the Twitter Yellow pages: a searchable Twitter yellow pages directory.
- City-Data.com - trying to create as complete and interesting profiles of all U.S. cities as we could; lots of data and info. [States 15 million unique visitors in March of 2010.]
- RepairPal.com - an automotive repair resource; tries to provide and independent and unbiased repair estimates, user ratings and reviews.
- AccountantForums.com - helpful access to discussion forums on audit, taxation and book-keeping/record-keeping questions.
- Joomla.org - content management system (CMS), which enables you to build Web sites and powerful online applications. Many aspects, including its ease-of-use and extensibility, have made Joomla the most popular Web site software available. Best of all, Joomla is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone. Also visit "JoomlaCode" - a resource for developers to build and manage Open Source software projects centered around Joomla. JoomlaCode.org helps to build Open Source tools and extensions for the Joomla user community by providing resources to help developers work together in an Open Source spirit.
**** Printed late July 2009 - New Book you may find of interest:
- "The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web" by Tamar Weinberg
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