Peter Greene's Top 10 as announced on Mon., 7/09/2001
This list is for providing you with easy access to these "useful" Web pages.
Use of the products and services offered on any of these Web pages is at your own risk! E-Mail me and give me your feedback at email@example.com. Due to the volume of email I get I cannot possibly reply to every message!
(*)DotCom's that are now gone: Pets.com, Furniture.com, MotherNature.com, Garden.com, ToysMart.com, RedRocket.com .... and others
- Section508.gov - describes the new Federal IT Accessibility Intitiatives. Also visit the "Accessibility Forum","Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act". You should also visit "AdaptiveInformation.org" which assists people for special computer needs.
- PlantCare - a searchable database of 1300+ species of house and greenhouse plants which provides 18 categories of care, from watering to lighting.
- ACOR.org - Association of Cancer Online Resources; access to 99 cancer-related electronic mailing lists plus online resources to visit. "The mailing lists are specifically designed to be public online support groups providing information and community to 65,890 patients, caregivers or anyone looking for answers about cancer and related disorders."
- DiscussionLists - search for email lists that match your interests. Also visit "Yahoo Groups", "Topica", "Adventive", and "Forumone".
- Night Kitchen - a new eBook or "electronic publishing" solution for authors, publishers, etc... that incorporates multimedia (audio & video) as well. Supports both Mac and PC operating systems and allows for electronic commerce (for purchase downloads).
- FedNet - broadcast coverage of the United States government. You'll need "windows Media Players" or "Real Audio" to really use this resource.
- VolcanoLive - a Web resource that keeps up on the global geo hot spots; complete with "VolcanoCams" (I noticed Hawaii's was missing).
- Animated-Teeth - a resource that covers dental treatments and procedures.
- WildList Organization - source of information on which viruses are spreading In the wild. Also visit the "InfoStar Virus Resource Page".
- QuizHub - a resource for online learning activities. Useful for homeschoolers and teachers. Also visit "HighSchoolHub".
- MysteriousPlaces - learn about the history of Easter Island, Stonehenge, Chichen Itza and other ancient civilizations.
- MDhub - a way for doctors and patients to communicate online. Also visit "Healinx", "Salu", "Medem"
- SeyboldReports - a resource for keeping up on the world of publishing and electronic publishing including ebooks. Includes their "Seybold Fourms".
- AlzheimersFacility - a searchable database of Alzheimer's and Dementia Care facilities to find one in your area.
- Lissa Explains - a site that covers how the Web page language HTML (HyperText Markup Language) works and how to create Web pages.
- National Center for Learning Disabilities - a great resource for those that need special help and where to start finding it.
- *** Below is from last month's choices ****
- Orbitz - an alternative to Priceline for airline tickets; Also visit "Hotwire", "SideStep" (download required), "Travelocity" and "Expedia".
- PriceGrabber - an Internet shopping resource; also visit the popular "MySimon" site too.
- NTFAQ - great resource to know for working with Windows NT; it has been renamed but I still like to call it by the original (easier to remember). Also visit "NTBugtraq" and "ExchangeAdmin".
- SmartBargains - exchanges for buying and selling consumer products. Also visit "Overstock", "RedtagBiz", "RetailExchange", "iSolve", "AllBusiness Barter" (formerly BigVine), and "TradeOut"
- Website Recycling Company (Webreco) - market place for the resale and licensing of Internet infrastructure (for buyers and sellers of Internet intellectual property).
- CarQ - a resource to know if you're shopping for a car (or selling too). Also visit "The Kelley Blue Book", "Autobytel", "CarsDirect", "MSN's Carpoint", "CarBargains", "GM BuyPower", and "Consumer Reports" (you'll have to pay for reports).
- PhoneFree - free PC-toPC calls worldwide; also check out "DialPad", and "HotTelephone"; another alternative is "Wowring".
- Audiofind - a multimedia search engine. Napster users will appreciate this one!
- 4Arrow - a resource that rates the free "eServices" available; useful for Web developers.
- LinuxApps - a Linux resource that covers just about everything (by Internet.com); also visit "Linux Format".
- GotoMyDoc - although limited in (geographic) accessibity; take a look at the way the Internet and Web can be used for your health care.
- janCentral - an exchange for the marketplace of janitorial supplies and services for you to buy and sell.
- VoltageValet - useful site for computer users if you travel overseas; info about converters and transformers.
BONUS Link 1:Zfee - get paid for protecting your privacy and its free. Click here for the quick "sign-up form".
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.
BONUS Link 14:Xdrive - looking for extra storage to access via the Web; try these also "Driveway", "MyDocsOnline", "FreeDrive", "iDrive" and "Myspace".
Standard Extras to check-out:
Extra Link 1:000Domains - register or transfer a domain for $13.50 per year; also 123Domains - for as little as $13.99 per year for domain name registration. I've used both and they work just fine.
Extra Link 2:ReadyHosting - a Web hosting service worth a serious look.
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 sophmore 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!
Extra Link 7: FreeWebspace - interested in a Web site for no money? Check out this searchable index of 443 free Web space providers.
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