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- Channels.com - an online video resource; shows from thousands of great Web sites. Also visit "YouTube", "Hulu" and "Metcafe".
- DirectTextbook.com - [looking for books?!] search for books from 200 book sites.
- GarageJournal.com - a place to talk shop and tools; check out their "online forums".
- MerckVetManual.com - one of the world's most popular providers of Veterinary medical information. Access their manual online.
- ManualsOnline.com - access to user manuals online - also can have your our online filing cabinet for manuals.; also visit: "UsersManualGuide"; WonderHowTo.com, "eHow" and "YouTube".
- PennySaverUsa.com - online classified ads; not as popular as "Craigslist".
- SiteJabber.com - a consumer protection service made possible by the US Government's National Science Foundation. Our mission is to help people avoid fradulent websites. Also visit: "Snopes.com".
- WiFi.com - searchable "free" WiFi Hotspot resource; ["wifi hotspots should be easy, secure, and most of all free"]. They acquired the resource "Whisher.com". Also visit: "WeFi".
- Know-Where.com - introduced a fully featured online locator back in 1995; Know-Where has been providing web-based locators for their clients.
- MacOSXautomation.com - [not an Apple Web site]; a variety of integrated tools and technologies to solve your automation challenges using Mac OS X.
*** Below are last month's choices ****
- 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".
**** 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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