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In the 90's providing links to other web sites was the thing to do, and we did it here.

(Some links might no longer be active)
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"The Internet is the fastest growing communications medium in history"
A wealth of Internet information... at your fingertips ...scroll below...

We're always adding more stuff here, so keep in touch! ...last update Sat. Nov. 15, 03


 Search at the top sites (try the 'Ask a question' sites): Our portal to the search portals! or try Google Search

At 'Ask Jeeves' and 'The Electric Monk' find answers to real English questions. Enter a question as you would ask another person -- there's no need to mess with keywords.

What's the weather? Everyone's favorite topic, from The Weather Underground.
Find the current forecast in a Boston near you (there's one near us) or anywhere else.

How about a good joke? Are you a Prankster?
Everyone's second favorite topic...? (should be, laughter really is the best medicine)

Remember, Goofing Off is just as important as work!
Our current favorites:  or
Infospace prank sites:  or

The web continues to grow at staggering rates.
Search sites are amongst the most mysterious places on the Internet. Billions of pages are the fodder for these search sites. A daughnting task because the Web constantly changes, search engine technology can't possibly have every accessible site listed at any given time.

Unlocking the mystery...
Go to our Search Sites facts page for real search help. (info from the last century)

Open Directory Project "The largest human-edited directory on the web".
Automated search engines are increasingly unable to turn up useful results to search queries. The Open Directory Project's goal is to produce the most comprehensive directory of the web, by relying on a vast army of volunteer editors. Everyone can contribute

Internet News Bureau service

Online press release distribution is one of the most powerful and cost-effective public relations tools available. Internet News Bureau distributes releases via e-mail to important members of the online media community: Internet and computer magazines; e-zines, e-mail newsletters and online news sources; major daily newspapers; television and radio.
Internet News Bureau
Since its launch in 1995, the Internet News Bureau has become one of the pre-eminent online press release services. Our quality and differentiation springs from the fact that we send releases only to journalists who have subscribed to receive them. Currently over 2,000 journalists have signed up to receive INB releases. This subscription-only model assures that releases are distributed only to those who wish to receive them -- which results in a high level of media coverage for INB clients. Additionally, an Internet News Bureau writer experienced in media relations will craft a release that conveys your message in a newsworthy context.

Telecommunications Information and other faq and figures of all sorts.
Telephone Directories on the Web, Phone Books, White Pages, Yellow Pages

United States Government Information:

Why not start at the top. The White House web site has a page listing every federal agency's home page. They should, after all President Clinton mandated it years before Wall Street caught on. You could spend the next forty years just to see it all, below we have some links to actual helpful stuff with more to come... If you can't deal with it online you can get it all on paper at the agency that "Keeps America Informed".

The Federal Web Locator is a service provided by the Center for Information Law and Policy and is intended to be the one stop shopping point for federal government information on the World Wide Web. This list is maintained to bring the cyber citizen to the federal government's doorstep.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology, time & frequency division has an online Atomic Web Clock used to synchronize your computers clock. NIST's primary mission is to promote U.S. economic growth by working with industry to develop and apply technology, measurements, and standards. They have also established a service to assist users in testing how well their time-setting software will handle dates after the year 2000.

United States Government Forms The General Services Administration (GSA) has established a World Wide Web site for Standard and Official government forms. Users may download and print blank forms, or fill out and print the forms online. Included, free of charge, is DocNet Form Fill software.

Federal Statistical Directory The Interagency Council on Statistical Policy, working under the guidance of the Office of Management and Budget, has developed and implemented "FedStats." This is a directory of statistics from more than 70 federal agencies, and is arranged by topic. It should prove to be a great research resource.

Listings of Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes. You can search the SIC manual by keyword to access descriptive information for a specified 4-digit SIC code at the OSHA website. The SIC manual is also available in several formats from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is replacing the U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system. The 1997 NAICS and 1987 SIC Correspondence Tables are on the U.S. Census Bureau website along with lots of related information. NAICS will reshape the way we view our changing economy. NAICS was developed jointly by the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to provide new comparability in statistics about business activity across North America.

Internet Code and Developer Information:
More to come...

We like this site mostly for the entertainment value.
(Taken over by hijackers, going there will generate countless pop ups.)

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