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Even More Links

This page has links we like that may or may not fit in the categories on other pages.

AllMyFaves has hundreds of links and uses their logos, which really makes an interesting effect.
  • About.com covers so many areas that it not only fits in all of our other categories, but many others too. It is Barbara's favorite.
  • SixWise.com's mission is to "help you and your loved ones be safe, live longer and prosper in all aspects of life."
  • Live Science.com is a fantastic collection of articles about the animal world, human biology, the environment, and much more. You could spend the day here!
  • This I Believe is a national media project engaging people in writing, sharing, and discussing the core values and beliefs that guide their daily lives.
  • WaybackMachine is one of those places you can find a lot of older information and even download older movies (click on moving images) or books.
  • Urban Legends Reference Pages is the place to check out all those stories that people forward to you.
  • TruthOrFiction.com is another place to verify those outlandish tales.
  • Andrew Warinner will definitely get your attention - different!
  • American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections.
  • ClarkHoward.com is a good site for consumer information of all types.
  • The Museum of Conceptual Art was founded by Earl Vickers. The Museum defines "conceptual art" as the art of concepts — art in which ideas themselves are the material, the medium, and/or the subject matter. A fun site.
  • Brainyquote.com has quotes from everyone you can imagine.
  • Planet Perplex is a fun site that defies description. There is a little bit of everything here.
  • AARP is one of those organizations that offers some benefits despite all the old folks jokes.
  • Dark Roasted Blend has more great pictures than any site we've seen (all areas).