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OCTOBER 2002
NEW SITES ADDED

  1. Heteronyms, Homographs and Homonyms - A dictionary for English Heteronyms.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Style & Grammar Resources
  2. Learn the Internet - Internet tutorial by AARP (American Association of Retired Persons). This site instructs you how to do many useful things on the Internet. You will learn how to create and organize Favorites, how to make text larger, how to customize your browser, how to capture Internet information, and much more. Each lesson contains written information along with pictures of what you actually see on the computer screen.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Internet Tutorial Resources
  3. InfoNatura: Birds and Mammals of Latin America - A source for conservation information on the birds and mammals of Latin America and the Caribbean—more than 5,500 common, rare, and endangered species in 44 countries and territories.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Pets & Animal Resources
  4. Political Information.com - "During the 2002 campaign season, let http://politicalweb.info be your guide to the U.S. electoral Web sphere."
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Politics Resources
  5. TruthOrFiction.com - Check out rumors, inspirational stories, virus warnings, humorous tales, pleas for help, urban legends, prayer requests and calls to action to see if they are Truth Or Fiction.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Internet Resources
  6. Encyclopedia of Psychology - over 2000 psychology related links.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Encyclopedia Resources
  7. Spanish Dictionary - This English-Spanish/Spanish-English dictionary has over 56,508 entries with over 10,369 audio pronunciations.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Dictionary Resources
  8. Free Essays Guide - This is a free essays writing guide for students of all ages. The site covers such topics as getting started, setting a mood, creating characters, composing dialog, plotting, theme, and conflict.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Grammar, Usage, and Style Resources
  9. FTC Proposal to Create a National "Do Not Call" Registry -The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is proposing to amend the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR). The FTC's proposal includes creating a national "do not call" registry. The FTC enforces the TSR, which protects consumers from unwanted late-night telemarketing calls and prohibits deceptive sales calls. Under the FTC's proposal, it would be illegal for telemarketers to call consumers who place their phone number on the national registry. This site presents details of the proposal along with tips on 'How to Reduce Unwanted Telemarketing Calls Now.'
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Telephone Resources
  10. Morris's British Birds 1891 - The full collection of original colour British Bird prints from 1891. Included with each of the reproductions is a text description of the birds range, habitat and migratory points.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Pets and Animals Resources
  11. Writer's Almanac, The - a daily program of poetry and history hosted by Garrison Keillor.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Daily Almanac
  12. MIT OpenCourseWare Project - This Massachusetts Institute of Technology site allows you free access to the syllabus, lecture notes, exams and answers, and in some cases, even videotaped lectures of 32 MIT courses. By the 2006-2007 school year, MIT plans to publish the course materials for virtually all 2,000 its graduate and undergraduate courses. (Note: no course credits are available online).
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Daily Almanac
  13. Weather Glossary of Weather Terms for Storm Spotters
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Daily Almanac
  14. Global Climate Change: Research Explorer - At this site produced by The Exploratorium, you can explore scientific data relating to the atmosphere, the oceans, the areas covered by ice and snow, and the living organisms in all these domains. You'll also get a sense of how scientists study natural phenomena - how researchers gather evidence, test theories, and come to conclusions.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Daily Almanac
  15. Journalist's Toolbox: Online Resources for Reporters and Editors - features more than 15,000 web sites helpful to the media and anyone else doing research.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Daily Almanac
  16. Online Literature Library
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Electronic Texts On the Internet
  17. Literature Network, The - over 300 full books and over 1000 short stories and poems by over 90 authors. Our quotations database has over 8500 quotes.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Electronic Texts On the Internet
  18. I Love Freebies.com - What's Free on the Internet.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Free Stuff Resources
  19. National Geographic Homework Help - Need to know how much hippos eat, what explorers Lewis and Clark packed in their first-aid kit, where Giza is, or how fireworks work? You’ve come to the right place. Here are our most fact-filled features, perfect for reports, presentations, homework—or your curiosity.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Homework Helper
  20. For the Public: Mental Health Information - This site offers information from the National Intitute of Mental Health about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illnesses. Included are brochures and information sheets, reports, press releases, fact sheets, and other educational materials.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Mental Health Resources
  21. 100,000 Watts.com - US Radio & TV Directory
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | TV & Radio Resources
  22. Job-Hunt.org - "The purpose of the Job-Hunt.Org Web site is to provide the most comprehensive listing of useful Internet-accessible job-search resources and services on the Web, in a format which is most useful to job seekers."
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | TV & Radio Resources
  23. Long Term Care Link - this site is designed to educate the public on long-term care, provide support and help to caregivers, and provide continuing education to care advisors and care providers.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Health & Medicine Resources
  24. Human Space Flight: Apollo History - This NASA site offers the history of the Apollo program. The Apollo program was designed to land humans on the Moon and bring them safely back to Earth. Details, facts and information about all 11 of the Apollo program space flights, including those flights in earth or lunar orbit and those that actually landed on the Moon.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Space & Astronomy Resources
  25. HTML Code Tutorial - Idocs Guide to HTML
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Creating Web Sites
  26. Wrecked Exotics - The internet's largest photo collection of wrecked exotic sports cars. Good way to see what type of impact crashes have on different types of vehicles. Over 1,700 photos.
    Listed at:   Facts Encyclopedia | Automotive Resources

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