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Sites for Sore Eyes
The APA Manual of Style
The MLA Style Sheet -- From our colleagues at Purdue University
Amazon -- The ultimate bookstore
AOL Yellow Pages -- Over 16 million businesses
AutoWeb -- Facts and figures for new and used cars.
The BlackWebPortal -- The Internet gateway to African-American people, places, and things.
CollegeNet -- Absolutely everything you need to know.
Discovery Channel Online -- Infinet's cool site of the year.
EarthCam -- A gallery of snapshots of selected sites all over the world.
Epicurious --Food, Drink, Cooking and Recipes
FactCheck.org -- A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center
Federal Citizen Information Center
Genealogy.com -- Genealogy in the United States
The Harvard Family Health Guide
Home Remodeling Center -- A step by step guide, starting with the Remodeling Checklist.
How To Understand and Use the Nutrition Facts Label[FDA] -- So, the label says a food has 20% of your daily value of calcium, but do you know if that's good? Or what the yellow part of the label signifies? Or how much difference there is between "reduced fat" milk and non-fat milk? These and other pieces of obscurely couched information are explained here.
Internet Public Library -- A database of databases, arranged by subject.
Mapquest -- Directions and travel times to anywhere.
National Weather Service -- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Report:
For the Beach, the slopes, Sri Lanka, or home...
The Old Farmers' Almanac
see what's going on in the Star City of the South.
Safercar.gov -- The U.S. government's one-stop shopping center for ratings on tires, airbags, rollover ratings, defects and recalls.
Switchboard -- U.S. Telephone Directory.
90 million names, 10 million businesses.
Thomas -- In the spirit of Thomas Jefferson, legislative information from the Library of Congress.
U. S. Library of Congress -- The biggest, baddest boy of all...
U.S. News and World Report : Education -- US News & World Report on college and career-counseling sites.