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Frog and Toad Photographs and Calls

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

You’ll need Real Player to hear the frog calls on this site.

Click the photo of the frog you’d like to see closer up and be amazed. You get a larger photo of the frog and you get the link to hear the frog’s call, as well as a description of the frog’s call. You will also find its proper name and general name in the title on the page.… Continue reading

Weird Gardens

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

Check out this interesting garden at an old Baltimore row house. Your journey begins by clicking “Enter”.

Once inside you’ll notice that this garden site starts in the front yard, goes through the house, to the back yard garden. Aren’t we in for some great exploration?

You have the navigation options of Front Garden , Porch, Living Room, Dining

Fatherville

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

What Real Fathers Write about Real Fatherhood…

“Fatherville is a website resource.  It’s for fathers…by fathers and about fathers and fatherhood. The goal of this site is to encourage men to become better fathers through the exchange of ideas that can take place in an online environment.”

With a wonderful forum. As a starting point for exploration on this site, at the top of the page you will see the tabbed… Continue reading

Memoir Café

Thursday, April 7th, 2005

This is an interesting site full of writing from ordinary women. As always I checked the FAQ section and I was bitterly disappointed when I found that you had to be a member and that it cost money in order to post. I was almost ready to toss this into the do not write up pile, but then I started reading the stories and it changed my mind.

In spite… Continue reading

Pan American Exposition 1901 Buffalo

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

“Doing the Pan” is what we are all going to try and experience by visiting this site. You have a lot of options for where to navigate. For instance, you could take the First Guided Tour, click the link that says First “Guided” Tour and this takes you to page with a ton of links on it. To keep it simple just follow the pointing hand by the text “Begin… Continue reading

Tiddlywinks

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

Do you remember playing tiddlywinks as a kid? I know that I sure do. Not that I was any good at it, mind you. Well now I bring you a site devoted to the art of playing tiddlywinks.

In the Intro you’ll discover the history and rules of playing tiddlywinks, not to mention the origins of the game and terminology.

Wired for Books

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

In order to use this site you need to have Real Player which is a free download, you will find the link to download Real Player near the top of the page.

Why would you want to have Real Player for this site? Well because you get to listen to famous, and not so famous, people read works of literature.

In the “Kid’s Corner” you can listen to the tale… Continue reading

The Spaghetti Book Club

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

With a name like that you’re probably thinking that this is a book club for pasta lovers, well you’re wrong—it’s a book club for kids with reviews done by kids. Whether you have school age children or grandchildren this is a site you may want to share with them if they have a love of reading.

Titles – here you will find book reviews by title. Find the book you… Continue reading

You Grow Girl

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

Now that spring has arrived in my part of the world my mind has turned toward getting my garden planned and growing. While surfing around for planting sites, I found this great site called You Grow Girl.

My main plan is to re-seed my yard and get some good, if not great, grass growing this year. While I dream of just laying sod—that option is too expensive—I was searching to… Continue reading

Gardens for Every Body

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

The goal of this site is to show how to make gardening accessible to persons with physical limitations—thus the term “Every BODY” in the title. Not only is this site informative, but fun as well. To navigate around this site choose one of the numbers on the picture 1-7.

1. Container Gardening — this section talks all about container gardening in it’s many varieties, from window boxes to hanging baskets… Continue reading

Tyson the Skateboarding Bulldog

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

This dog is truly amazing, not only is he a skateboarding fiend, but he’s raising kittens. Check out the Pics and Movies section where you can check out Tyson skateboarding in the park, see his baby pictures, and check him out raising his kittens. I love dogs who love cats, my cat and dog here at home are the best of friends.

At the very top of the Pics and… Continue reading

Monday’s Test

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Welcome to the OldGuy’s Monday Morning test. The test is 11 questions long and then you calculate your results. How will you fare against these logical questions bright and early in the morning?

To be honest I failed miserably the first time, because I wasn’t quite in the right frame of mind. But I had a great laugh out of my failing to be logical about it.

Each question has… Continue reading

Official Website of the Sultan of Swat

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Welcome to the Official Babe Ruth site. Here you can learn all about the “Sultan of Swat’s” life. Just check out the section “About Babe Ruth”.

Here you will find News, his Biography, Stats, and Pictures. On the side menu you’ll find Achievements, Quotes, Awards, and Fast Facts. The biography is a quick 3 page read that is very informational.

I loved the Quote section best of all. This is… Continue reading

Online Etymology Dictionary

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

“Etymologies are not definitions; they’re explanations of what our words meant and how they sounded 600 or 2,000 years ago.”

As a writer I fell in love with this site. But I think just about everyone can get use out of it. You can either search for a word directly via the search engine at the top of the page or you can use the alphabet located beneath it.

If… Continue reading

Guide to Shooting Rubber Bands

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

I remember in high school the boys would have rubber band fights and I would end up getting flicked with a rubber band and in an attempt at firing back snap my finger and ended up the walking wounded. Now I’ve learned how to properly shoot rubber bands. And all from this site!

After learning the “Pistol” method of firing a rubber band I will never injure my thumb shooting… Continue reading

National Museum of Roller Skating

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

At the National Museum of Roller Skating you can learn all about the history and joy of roller skating. You’ll find that they have a nice introduction and Mission Statement. It really lets you know what they are about. Then you can scroll to the bottom of the page where you will find the navigation options.

Museum Facts – This section gives you the bare bone facts of what the… Continue reading

Their Circular Life

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

You should know ahead of time that this site has sound and is a flash site. If you don’t have Macromedia Flash they have a link right on the first page that will take you to go get it.

The intro explains what the site is about but it isn’t necessary to view it to get the most out of this site. It is all about Exploring Humanity through still… Continue reading

The Planetary Society

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

This site’s claim is that they are the “largest nonprofit, nongovernmental space advocacy group on Earth.” After you see how much information they have available to you on the planets and outer space, you’ll probably agree with them.

Along the top of the page you will see the menu bar with Society Information, Publications, Planetary News, Learning Center, and Links.

The Society Information section will tell you all about the… Continue reading

Blurry Photos Gallery

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Welcome to the Blurry Photos Gallery. It’s exactly what it says it is: gallery devoted to blurry photos taken with a camera phone. Why am I bringing you this site? Well because a lot of the photos are interesting and not even all that blurry.

Here’s how the site works. You’ll see nine little squares that are thumbnails, and a big white arrow. If you scroll over the photos then… Continue reading

Shoelacing Methods

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Did you know that “on an average shoe with six pairs of eyelets, there are 1,961,990,553,600 ways to feed a shoelace though those 12 eyelets?” That was the first bit of information that caught my eye upon entering this site. If you click “2 Trillion” in that section it takes you down to the in-depth explanation.

Next you come across a yellow table talking about the Ian Knot. If you… Continue reading

World War II in Color

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Looking back over a lot of the sites we’ve run on WWII, you find a lot of black and white photos. Well now thanks to this site you can experience color photos.To get started, click on “Image Gallery” and you’ll see a plethora of options before you.

Now don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge fan of black and white photography and I feel that those kinds of pictures can… Continue reading

Implosion World

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

I can’t believe this site exists or that it is so phenomenally put together! Join me at Implosion World, a site that brings you “the explosive demolition industry’s worldwide source for news and information on building implosions, blowdowns and all other types of structural blasting projects.”

Here you can find the sections Recent Projects, Photo Gallery, Blasts from the Past, Implosion LIVE, and World Records. Then in the Entertaining and… Continue reading

Keyboard Sumo

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Now here is fun site to while some time away when you’re with a buddy. Had a dispute over what flavor of ice cream is better? Or maybe who should do those nightly chores like taking out the trash? Sick of your kids arguing? Well you could settle it with some Keyboard Sumo.

What’s Keyboard Sumo? Well it’s Sumo Wrestling from the comfort of your home and you are in… Continue reading

godchecker

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

This site is a “godsend”. You can discover the gods worshipped in many cultures from the ancient Aztecs to the Norse Gods to the ever famous Egyptian and Greek gods—you’ll find them all here with great descriptions.

You may choose to start browsing from the side bar menu of Pantheons. Here you choose a pantheon and then you get taken to that pantheon’s page. You’ll get an introduction to the… Continue reading

Best of Hubble

Wednesday, March 9th, 2005

Have you ever wondered what kind of pictures the Hubble Space Telescope has been taking all these years? Well now you can see some of the best photos (some even with explanatory text) in a very nifty slide show. You’ll need a flash player to view this but it is well worth it.

The photos I liked the most were:

The Helix Nebula – It shows the remnants of an… Continue reading

Mass Moments

Wednesday, March 9th, 2005

“On January 1, 2005, the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities launched the Mass Moments project—a daily almanac of Massachusetts history. Throughout 2005, radio listeners and Internet users will find a different story every day about events and people in the recorded history of Massachusetts.”

If you have questions about how the site is set up you should check into the “About” section which goes through a full description of the… Continue reading

Eye on Science

Wednesday, March 9th, 2005

Well the first option you are going to want to make is to view the site in English. (Unless you read German, in that case you can choose Deutsch.) This site is best viewed at Full Screen. You can use the keyboard shortcut of F11 to make you browser Full Screen. Press F11 again if you need your page back at regular viewing size.

Eye of Science is a site… Continue reading

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