Peter Greene's Top 10 as announced on Mon., 11/06/2000
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- Wisconsin Vote - covers statewide politics and election campaign news and events.
- Ballot Watch - report on what's on the ballot; and for the environment check with "Friends of the Earth".
- MojoNation - is a revolutionary new publishing and content-sharing network. It combines the flexibility of the marketplace and the distributed computing power of the Internet to go far beyond current filesharing systems. [Like I've said before, "Napster" is already old technology] Learn more about the "next generation Internet" with these other "Peer-to-Peer Internet" resources: read an "article about P2P", "Gnutella", "Freenet Project", "Centrata" (neat Flash presentation), "distributed.net", "Distributed Science" (and their "ProcessTree Network"), "SETI@home" project, "gonesilent", "Pointera" (and their "Spinfrenzy"), "United Devices", "Popular Power".
- Jabber - is a revolutionary new Instant Messaging (IM) technology. See also the infamous "ICQ", "Odigo", "Tribal Voice's" PowWow, and "Firetalk".
- PlanWare - a resource for business planners, financial planners; software, research papers and more. See also "Work", "Smallbiztechnology".
- FreeRealtime - access to free real-time stock quotes. See also "Thomson Real Time Quotes". For wirelss check out "DataLink" and "Stock Boss". Check out "Investment House" for stock splits.
- SatireWire - check this one out for lots of funny stories about the state of the "e" world and business. Here's one about "saving the dotcom's".
- Netbility - try their "TabSurf 2000" for browing the Web. Compare it to "NetCaptor" and let me know which one you like - email@example.com. The "Webforia" clickbar, "GuruNet" and "DoDots" may also be fun to check out.
- Hotwire - discounted airline tickets [savings up to 40%] direct from the airlines. They've decided to take on "Priceline". Check out "Savvio" and keep your eye on "Orbitz". [New 11/26/2000 - visit "SideStep" - download required].
- NetRead - the publishing portal for publishers, booksellers, writers, printers, and contractors. You'll also want to know "RightsWorld" and "RightsCenter".
- RadioFreeCash - get paid for listening to the radio - their tuner is very easy to use! See also "CashRadio" and "Soundom".
- Help Drivers - looking for some computer drivers?
- Putting.com - for your own practice putting green.
- Private Islands - are you looking to own a private island; we'll may consider renting one!
- U.C.L.A. Internet report - if you're into the Internet or eBusiness you'll want this one! Make sure you have "Adobe Acrobat Reader".
- Inventors' Digest - if you got an idea or interest in inventing then check this resource out. See also "pl-x.com" - the intellectual marketplace and "ABC's of Small Business".
- openCOLA - an autonomous and collaborative agent that collects, analyzes, and delivers dynamic content. Inputs can be set to cull the Web, Usenet, your e-mail, and other Internet information resources.
- SETI@home - is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. You can participate by running a free program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data.
- Tegic Communications - and their T9 advancement for wireless communications.
- Windows ME - this is Microsoft's Web site about their "Millennium Edition" operating system. "A Brian Livingston article" - on how to deal with the new Windows ME upgrade. Here's "Brian Web site".
- Xdrive - looking for extra storage to access via the Web; try these also "Driveway", "MyDocsOnline", "FreeDrive", "iDrive" and "Myspace".
BONUS Link 1:Check out my eLiving(tm) Guide which is an "Editor's Pick".
BONUS Link 2:Make Your Site Sell - free info to help your Web business, and "Make Your Knowledge Sell".
BONUS Link 3:FareAgent - for help finding the best airfares; also "Travelocity", Expedia's "Fare Compare" and "Priceline".
BONUS Link 4:Teachers.Net - teachers resources along with chat and more; see also "National Teachers Enhancement Network".
BONUS Link 5:Memolink - complete surveys, play trivia and get free stuff; see also "iWon", LuckySurf", "WebMillion" and "FreeLotto".
BONUS Link 6:The Kitchen Link - 10,000+ cooking related resources and more.
BONUS Link 7:LowerMyBills - find the best deals near you.
BONUS Link 8:National Crime Prevention Council - home of "McGruff" the Crime Dog® and Take a Bite Out of Crime®
BONUS Link 9:IPO Insider - excellent IPO resource information provided by ZDNet.
BONUS Link 10:PayPal - a way to pay for things online - popular at eBay. See also "eCount", "ProPay", and "PayMe".
BONUS Link 11:Med-Tech Center - latest news on the Medical technology front.
BONUS Link 12:FindSounds - search for sounds on the Web; also try "Whoopie"; or look for "fonts" at "MyFonts".
BONUS Link 13:FreeLotto.com - play for free.
Standard Extras to check-out:
Extra Link 1:123Domains - only $13.99 per year for domain name registration and also "000Domains".
Extra Link 2:StoreRunner - a shopping agent to help you shop; also worth a look = MySimon and "Repond"
Extra Link 3:Pagoo Service - I use it to get my voice mail while I'm online! It really works great! "CallWave" is free but really doesn't compare. New is "BuzMe"
Extra Link 4:National Center for Missing and Exploited Children - and their "Alert" page with pictures.
Extra Link 5:THINKQUEST Information! (My neighbor's won 2x! Now he's a freshman at Harvard!): - ThinkQuest and "ThinkQuest Junior" -
"an annual contest that challenges students, ages 10 to 19, to use the Internet as a collaborative, interactive teaching and learning tool". Get the contest details here. Get your kids involved!
Extra Link 6: FreeDSL - free high-speed Internet access; if you sign up please use my email address for being referred - "firstname.lastname@example.org" - Thanks!
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