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Here are a few site I found to help you find answers to your questions.

Yahoo Answers Community driven, Asking is a snap. Ask a question on any topic that matters to you, and other people will give you answers.

Dictionary.com/Thesaurus.com A good user manual for the English language.

HowStuffWorks A wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Communications, is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works.

Fixya Provides Free tech support and technical help for gadgets, electronic equipment and consumer products.

Instructables Is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others.

Lynda.com is an award-winning provider of educational materials, including Hands-On Training™ instructional books, the Online Training Library®, CD- and DVD-based video training, and events for creative designers, instructors, students, and hobbyists.

 

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If you use a cell phone with internet access and use Google services check out this list of URL’s optimized for the iPhone, Android and Webkit based browsers. If you use a different browser on your phone check it out anyway it may still work.

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With the recent twist in our economy everyone is looking to save a buck, and buying a new car is not in the future for many people so we need to find a way to keep the old clunker on the road longer.  Here’s a site I found from AutoZone that can help the DIY’er in all of us. AutoZone is a national auto parts store and their web site is full of helpful tips and free repair guides. So grab that wrench and get to work and don’t forget about that broken turn signal.

 

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The Can You Run It site provides a One-Click solution that looks at your computer’s hardware and system software to determine whether or not your current system can run a product. Each of your computer’s components is evaluated to see how well it meets the minimum and recommended requirements for specific products. Recommendations are made on how to update or upgrade each component which does not meet the listed requirements. Sometimes, a simple, free software download is all that is needed. Sometimes you’ll find that you need a different video card to fully experience what the game has to offer.

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How long do think it would take a hacker to crack your passwords. Probably a lot shorter than you think. To see how long it would take check out Hack Osis Just enter your character counts and see how long a typical computer would take to crack it.

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If you have been watching the American Presidential Debates on TV you probably figured out a lot of times what they say isn’t always accurate. Here’s a website I found called FactCheck that lets you easily find out if what they are saying is factual or not.

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Lifehacker’s Hive Five series Best of the Best is out, staring”What’s the best tool for the job?” The list is from the top user submitted programs in different categories. On to the list. I also included my Fav’s

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Have you ever wondered where a certain ZIP code is located. Well here’s a cool website I found that lets you type in the ZIP code and it shows it to you visually on a map. What’s different about this site is as you type in your numbers it high lights the area of the first number then gradually zooms in on the map as you add more numbers. Check it out at Zipdecode

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If you are thinking about upgrading to Windows Vista  here’s a way I found to give it a test drive out without having to install it on your computer, it will run in your browser only.

The test drive requires Internet Explorer 6 or later, a browser plug-in, and a broadband Internet connection.

A minimum 1024 x 768 screen resolution is recommended. There is no product support for the test drive but you are welcome to participate in the Microsoft Windows Vista newsgroup to share your trial experiences with others and ask for advice.

The Windows Vista version hosted in the test drive contains most of the functionality of the regular versions, but browsing the internet is not enabled.

You may notice a slight delay or pause as you experience the product. This is due to the fact that this is a hosted trial and is dependent upon your bandwidth, local machine resources, etc. This does not necessarily represent the actual experience you will have with Windows Vista if it were installed on your PC.

Open Internet Explorer and go to Windows Vista Test Drive you will be asked to install an ActiveX control later on to use the Test Drive.

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With the resent rash of Tropical Stoms and Hurricane hitting the east coast of the United States I went on a search to find a better  way to track them. Here’s a site I found that just might be the answer I was looking for. Check out Stormpulse.com

Here are some of the features it has.

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