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Peter Greene's Top 10+ as announced on Tuesday, 9/7/2004


This list is for providing you with easy access to these "useful" Web pages. Please visit my NEW "Tips and Favorite Applications" Page, WEBHITZ for access to our Web menus! 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 web1@infostar.com. Due to the volume of email I get I cannot possibly reply to every message!

  1. eScoutz.com - [powered by eTeamz.com]; a resource that allows for scouting organizations to build Web sites and improve their ability to communicate online. [On a personal note I was able to utilize eteamz.com to more effectiuvely communicate with my son's soccer team]
  2. InsideGraphics.com - a resource for people who use the computer for producing graphics; for users of Photoshop, Corel products, and more.
  3. FindArticles.com - [powered by LookSmart]; search and read from 5.5 million articles from over 900 publications.
  4. Baseball-Almanac.com - baseball's online history site; history, rosters, statistics and much more at your fingers tips! Also check out "Baseball-Fever.com".
  5. eMachineShop.com - [Download their free 3D CAD software]; get the custom parts you need via online access to a machine shop.
  6. Stereolithography.com - [also known as "3D layering"]; a technology that allows you to prototype custom designed parts before committing to them for production. Learn more about "How Stereolithography Works". Also check out these companies and learn "about 3D printing" or "dimension printing".
  7. WCH2004.com - the official Web site for the World Cup of Hockey 2004 that is in its final playoffs to determine the winner.
  8. CeramicsToday.com - a comprehensive resource covering the world of ceramics; also visit "ClayStation" and "ClayTimes" and "CraftWeb".
  9. Shave.com - very popular men and women's skincare products in the UK and Europe; from being enlightened on my Euro trip. Their products [although currently in limited amounts and selections] are being sold at Walgreens, Target and CVS pharmacy; you can also order online at Shave.com.
  10. ExtremeScience.com - a well organized in-depth Web site about many areas of science.
  11. South-Pole.com - Arctic and Antarctic history at your finger tips.
  12. US-CERT warns against using Internet Explorer - issued 6-29-2004 - U.S. government's Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is warning Web surfers to stop using Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser. If you are concerned an alternative may be Mozilla's next generation Web browser called "FireFox" and visit the "InfoStar Virus Info Center" Web page and look for Web browsers.
  13. *** Below is from last month's choices ****

  14. (*)2 books on Google - "Google Hacks" and the new "Google Pocket Guide". Also visit Peter's new "Book Page".
  15. (***)Here is the "E-mail Anti-SPAM Encoder by Hiveware" to use if you post your email address to Web pages.
  16. (***)Here is the way to "eliminate the Windows Logon Screen". Remember to be careful when editing any system files; make sure you review the numerous resources I've posted about the Windows Registry that can be found on my "Tips" and "Techlinks" pages. And if you need access to your Windows system [like you forgot your administrative password] and are having trouble - then the "EBCD Utility [Free]" may be able to help.
  17. Mappy.com - planning a trip to Europe; are you traveling by car, rail or plane? Also visit "viamichelin", "Transport for London" (for tube maps and more), "Streetmaps" (for the UK) - enjoy using this resources to plot your routes. For Airfares: "Easyjet" and "RyanAir" and by rail: "EuroStar" and "Eurail"; and "Global Refund" may also be useful to know as well.
  18. OceansAtlas.org - the United Nations Atlas of the Oceans; an information system designed for use by policy makers who need to become familiar with ocean issues and by scientists, students and resource managers who need access to underlying data bases and approaches to sustainability.
  19. Ofoto.com - keep your digital pictures online, send online photo albums to anyone and anywhere. Also visit and check out: "Snapfish", "Shutterfly", "dotPhoto", "Photobucket", "PhotoWorks" and "Fotango [in the UK]".
  20. Crashtest.com - crash test results for all makes and models of cars produced worldwide.
  21. Rulers.org - this resource contains lists of heads of state and heads of government of all countries and territories, going back to about 1700 (for most cases).
  22. AllMagicGuide.com - a well-organzied and searchable resource for anything related to "magic" or trying to create an illusion.
  23. bts.gov - the Bureau of Transportation Statistics; official government Web site by the "US Dept. of Transportation" - lots of airline and air-travel data.
  24. Glossarist.com - a searchable resource for online glossaries and dictionaries. You should also visit "Onelook" and "M-W [Merriam-Webster]".
  25. Newseum.org - the interactive newseum of news. The world's first interactive museum of news, Newseum, is based in Arlington, Va., and opened in 1997.
  26. Microsoft-Watch.com - an excellent resource if you are trying to follow what goes on with Microsoft.
  27. Bookmarklets.com - tools that extend the surf and search capabilities of Netscape and Explorer web browsers; they work on all platforms - Windows, Macintosh, Unix.
  28. US-CERT warns against using Internet Explorer - issued 6-29-2004 - U.S. government's Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is warning Web surfers to stop using Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser. If you are concerned an alternative may be Mozilla's next generation Web browser called "FireFox" and visit the "InfoStar Virus Info Center" Web page and look for Web browsers.


selectedPeter's schedule for appearing as a guest on Larry Meiller's show can seen by clicking here.

You can listen to Peter on WPR (Wisconsin Public Radio) - 970AM WHA Radio in Madison, WI monthly! It is broadcast live over the WPR radio network from the 7th floor of Vilas Hall, and is "Web casted" live via Real Audio - you'll need the "Real Audio player". The show is 90 minutes in length and covers the latest in PC computer technology , the Internet and the World Wide Web; show is a question & answer format. I have supported Wisconsin Public Radio for nearly 18 years with a monthly radio show on computer technology. The show is produced by Jim Packard and hosted by Larry Meiller.

  
 
 

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