This is a wonderful and incredibly useful collection of educational Web sites created by Lynne Schalman.
This channel of YouTube is devoted to the News. It is described as a "special YouTube blog devoted to chronicling the way that people are using video to change the world."
This is a wonderful collection of big pictures related to current events in the news.
This Web site gives you a count down timer on the screen and is easy to use.
This Web site allows to buy binary nail polish.
This Web site lets you take any 10 or 20 seconds from any sound file and make it into a ringtone that gets sent to your phone.
This Web site gives you access to thousands of Web quests (educational lesson plans) organized by grade level and content.
This Web site lets you watch television on your computer. This legal site has encouraged some people to get rid of their monthly cable TV fee.
This Web site lets you listen to podcasts on your cell phone, especiallly on weekends and after hours if you have limited cell phone minutes.
This Web site asks you for two keywords and then proceeds to find out which one gets more hits on Google.
This is one of several Web sites that lets you convert a file from one type to another, e.g. PDF to Word or YouTube to mov.
This Web site has the "mission is to connect people through lending for the sake of alleviating poverty, empowering individuals to lend directly to entrepreneurs around the globe."
This Web site from google lets you enter a few items from a set and then generates a set with links to each one.
This Web site backups your files automactically and lets you have a "file server on the Web" between 2 computers you use.
This Web site created a damaged file a student can email to a teacher so that he/she can get an extension on a paper or project.
This is a video website designed specifically for children. It is community moderated. It is powered by YouTube. The videos were submitted, screened and rated by parents.
This Web site is one of the best locations for movie reviews.
This Web page from chapter 7 of the Summercore Primer gives you a rectangle of keystroke tips to tape onto your laptop.
This Web site takes a photo and automagically transforms the individual into images from 1950 to 2000.
This Web site from Google creates a rectangular table of data on any topic you give it, e.g. US Presidents or renaissance artists.