So, you’re thinking about going to the movies or maybe renting one, but you’re not sure what would be good to see. Well, on this Web site, you can find movie reviews that will help you decide if a film is worth seeing or not! Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what magic your Photoshop program is capable of? Well, wonder no longer, as you browse through these galleries. There are six galleries of images that have been seamlessly blended together with varying results. Some I found incredible, while others were frightening!
The galleries are labeled from A to F along the top of the page. You can also find more navigation on… Continue reading
Let me tell you, this Web site is an incredible genealogy resource and it is completely free! With the number of immigrants who entered the country through Ellis Island, this is one of the best sites I’ve seen that documents that.
All you have to do to search is type in their last name (first names are optional), their approximate year of birth (there is an option… Continue reading
Welcome to ChanceXchange, a place where you can trade your CDs, films and books for the ones you really want. I really like this Web site, because it seems to have a more fair exchange rate than some of the other sites I’ve seen.
Here you get points for each item you trade and you can use those points to get what you want. It’s totally free to… Continue reading
When thinking about volunteering, most people think of helping with the homeless or the hungry, but there is so much more out there that you can do. On this Web site, you will find many different volunteering opportunities!
The categories for volunteering are: International Issues, Health, Mentoring and Advice, Helping Seniors, Knitting and Crocheting, Animals and Wildlife and Professional Services.
There is also… Continue reading
This is a wonderful Web site to share with your children or grandchildren! The game is not only very fun to play, but it’s very educational as well. Welcome to Get the Glass, a game where your job is to make your way to Fort Fridge and Get the Glass. This game requires a Flash player, so to get one, go here.
This is… Continue reading
Welcome to the Bridge, a Web site devoted to giving teachers the best Ocean Science resources that are out there on the Internet. You will find all the featured sections in the middle of the page and the navigation in the left frame under Site Navigation.
Ocean Science Topics – Here you will find all sorts of ocean science topics nested in this menu tree. It really lets… Continue reading
On this site, you can learn all about the Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty has had a very interesting history since her dedication in 1886. Are you ready to learn more? I know I am!
About the Statue of Liberty – Here you will learn a little about the exhibits in the museum. It discusses the statue, her torch and it highlights the… Continue reading
This site brings together both the written word and images to inspire you to think. If you’d like to learn more about the goals of the site, I suggest checking out the Who We Are link at the bottom of the page. The site is broken up into the following sections:
Read – Here you will find the written word. When I was there, the featured section was… Continue reading
I have fallen in deep DIY love with this site. Here at Instructables, you will learn how to make a ton of amazing stuff. To get the most out of the site, I recommend signing up first. You can add your own instructables then, as well as, post comments and save your favorite projects for easy viewing access.
The categories are Art, Craft, Food, Home, Life, Not Liable… Continue reading
To enter the International Perfume Museum, just click Enter. This will take you to the museum’s index page. You’ll notice that there are two navigation strips at the top and there’s a side menu. The top menu can be used for other museums, news, an FAQ page and more. I’m going to focus on the side menu though, because it is the menu for the… Continue reading
There are some ingredients out there that are so versatile that you will find them in most forms of cooking. The egg happens to be one of them. So, are you ready to delve into these delicious egg recipes? Let’s go!
Not only are eggs versatile, it seems like everyone you meet likes their eggs differently. I, for example, will only eat my eggs hard… Continue reading
Welcome to COSI of Columbus, Ohio’s farming exhibition. In Bet the Farm, you make all the farming decisions for a year and then you get to see how well your farm did. Notice that yellow book and the tabs on the side? They are Welcome, How to Play, Sponsors and Credits.
Welcome – This area explains what the project is about, as well as, what… Continue reading
I grew up in house filled with music. My mom has always been part of a choir and I think all of us children have tried different musical instruments. So, when I found this site that linked music acoustics to physics, I was very intrigued! Navigation is simple. You’ll find all the links underneath the image of the woman playing the flute or you can always head… Continue reading
Well, you know I love cute things, so when I found this site, I had to share it with you right away. Here at the Cute Project, you will find art, videos, photos and more, all devoted to cute things!
The first thing I did was register to be a Cutizen. It’s free and it allows you to keep track of your favorite postings on this… Continue reading
One of my parents’ favorite summertime foods is shrimp. Since I was thinking of making them some sort of shrimp dish as a combined Mother’s Day/Father’s Day dinner, I started searching for good shrimp recipes.
Not only did I find great shrimp recipes, I found nutritional information, cooking tips and even a kid’s corner on this Web site!
Nutrition & Health – Here you can find some… Continue reading
What do you do when you are frustrated by the lack of technical support from the manufacturer of a product you bought? Well, maybe you decided to create your own Web site and offer free tech support for consumer products to everyone. Maybe that’s not you, but that’s what the authors of this site have done. Here you will find free tech support for your cell phone, printer… Continue reading
Memorial Day heralds the beginning of summer for a lot of families, as it is the first major holiday in the summer. It is a three day weekend and unfortunately, we often forget what we’re celebrating. Why do we celebrate Memorial Day? What is the holiday all about? Well, dating back as far as the Civil War, it has been a day that we, as a country… Continue reading
Welcome to Rocket Science 10! This is where you can learn all about four rockets and how they are assembled. You will need a Flash player to view this site, which you can get here for free. You may have noticed the low bandwidth link at the bottom of the page. This will take you to a text only version of… Continue reading
In 2005, the game Sudoku became an international craze. My mom is even hooked on playing it. What is it? Well, it is a game you can solve by using logic. “The objective is to fill a 9×9 grid so that each column, each row and each of the nine 3×3 boxes contains the digits from 1 to 9.” (That comes from Wikipedia). You
Okay, I have to admit, I’ve gotten addicted to this housing show on HGTV called “My House is Worth What”? So, when I saw this site, it got my attention immediately. You’ll find the navigation links in the cream colored Navigation box. The sections are: Pricing and Inventory and Affordability.
Pricing and Inventory – Here you can see a listing of Home Asking Prices from all over… Continue reading
Welcome to Answers.com, a Web site where you can find a ton of information on just about any topic. They call themselves “the world’s greatest encyclo-diction-alamanac-apieda.” I recommend watching the two minute tour first. It does require you to have a Flash player, but you can also download it as a movie. You can then watch it with your favorite movie player or use the default one… Continue reading
This Web site puts a unique spin on travel guides. I recommend registering first, because then you can participate in the community, keep track of your travels, as well as, where you’d like to go.
All you need to do to register is provide your name, e-mail address, a username and a password. Both your name and your e-mail will be kept private. An activation e-mail will come… Continue reading
Welcome to the site for the Rest and Recuperate Equine Care Society. What is it? Well, I’m glad you asked. It is a retirement home for animals located on Vancouver Island, BC.
They take in animals who are past their prime and let them live out their lives happily on their farm.
Navigation is simple. You will find it on the side menu… Continue reading
Welcome to a site that is just filled to the brim with cute cat videos. Why am I bringing you this site? Well, I am an avid cat lover, but there is this amazing video of a cat doing the kind of tricks a dog would do and I just couldn’t wait to share it with everyone I know. (That one is the May 6th, 2007… Continue reading
You may be thinking, “Oh, it’s just another game.” Well, you’d be wrong! Not only is it a game, but it’s a trivia quiz as well. In order to make your Xs, you have to answer the question for that square correctly.
The trivia spans the globe as well. You could be asked anything from, “Where was Mother Teresa born”? to “Who played Claire on 90210”? History… Continue reading
I know it’s an unusual name for a Web site, but you are going to love what you find at Shorpy! It is “The 100 Year Photo Blog” and it gets its name from a boy who lived around the era of when these photos were taken. You’ll see photos from the dawn of time, all the way to the 1940s. That’s a pretty interesting concept, right?!
One… Continue reading