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Jan 2nd. Free Weight Loss You will find here a nice collection of free weight loss resources that will help you! Most people have a hard time finding good information on the internet, I know I sure did when I tried. Hopefully you now have the only weight loss information that you will need. Take a look around and always remember that you can and you will be successful! All it takes is a little determination and the proper information. Good Luck!
Jan 3rd What is your IQ? Take a test. if you score over 126 you can join the soceity. Go ahead and try!
Jan 6th Best
Places to Live in U.S.A.
Money magazine's editors picked the top neighborhoods around America's 10 favorite big cities. The magazine editors surveyed more than 1,200 cities and chose the top 10 cities. Conclusions were based on a citys rate of population growth, real estate demand and local income levels.
Jan 8th Elvis.com The Official Site Click to Enter Elvis.com. The official authorized website of Elvis Presley and Graceland.
Jan 9th The Computer Electronic Show kicked off this week and
take a look what Bill Gates brought to the show. Click
Jan 10th Einstein
was right, of course Gravity clocked : Science catches up with Einstein -
87 years later
Melbourne Herald Sun -Astronomers took advantage of a rare planetary alignment to measure one of the fundamental forces of nature. Click here to read the story
Jan 13th Powers
View the Milky Way at 10 million light years from the Earth. Then move through space towards the Earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach a tall oak tree just outside the buildings of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida. After that, begin to move from the actual size of a leaf into a microscopic world that reveals leaf cell walls, the cell nucleus, chromatin, DNA and finally, into the subatomic universe of electrons and protons.
Jan 14th ID Theft This is a by the Federal Trade Commission and is the U.S. government's central website for information about identity theft. How can someone steal your identity? It is easy! By co-opting your name, Social Security number, credit card number, or some other piece of your personal information for their own use. Basically, identity theft occurs when someone appropriates your personal information without your knowledge to commit fraud or theft. Now, this site describes various ways that identity thieves work along with consumer alerts, and how to file a complaint. Click here to visit
Jan 15th 100
Best Companies to Work For
Fortune magazine's annual selection of the '100 Best Companies to Work For.' Also included: 'How Companies Satisfy Workers,' '10 Great Companies in Europe,' and 'Find the Right Company For You.'
Jan 16th You
Get Paid To Do What? Director of Wow, Stew Leonard's
As the quirky supermarket chain's official pep rally cheerleader, Roy Snider, 46, inspires customers to say "Wow!" by dancing with them and singing "Happy Birthday." He's also responsible for boosting employee morale and building team spirit.Click here to see more
Jan 17th Exploratorium:
This site by Exploratorium, contains instructions for over 500 simple experiments, all of which may be viewed on any type of Web browser, with even the slowest connection, and easily printed out. Experiments range from 'Build a Spectroscope' to 'Math Explorer.'
Jan 20th 100
Words That All High School Graduates And Their Parents Should Know
The quality of a person's vocabulary has a direct effect on his or her success in college and in the workplace. In response to parents' misgivings over the quality of their children's education, the editors of The American Heritage® College Dictionary have compiled a list of 100 words they recommend each high school graduate should know.
Jan 21st The
The 1914 Oxford edition of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare ranks among the most authoritative published this century. The 37 plays, 154 sonnets and miscellaneous verse constitute the literary cornerstone of Western civilization.
Jan 22nd Cold
At site site by the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, you will find a Cold Storage Chart which suggests how long something can be refrigerated, as well as frozen (for quality).
Jan 23rd Federal
News Service - Congressional Transcripts Online
Federal News Service was founded in 1985 in response to an urgent and growing need for immediate verbatim transcripts of government briefings, speeches, press conferences and other newsmaker events to the many domestic and international news bureaus in Washington, D. C. This site also transcribes Congressional hearings, National Press Club speeches, and significant events such as conferences at Brookings Institution, Carnegie Endowment and broadcast interviews with opinion leaders.
Jan 27th Tox
This National Library of Medicine site is an interactive guide to commonly encountered toxic substances, your health, and the environment. Tox Town is designed to give you information on: everyday locations where you might find toxic chemicals, non-technical descriptions of chemicals, links to selected, authoritative chemical information on the Internet, how the environment can impact human health, and Internet resources on environmental health topics. You will need Flash Player to view site content.
Keep It Straight is a drug, alcohol, and violence program designed to
help children and young adults make the right choices as they move through
life. In our world today, too many times people are influenced by negative
outside sources displayed by Movie Stars, Sports Figures, and Music Stars.
Our program has been developed to not only entertain through music and stories
derived from the real life experiences of Daron Norwood, Wayne Perry, and
Paul Jones, but to also be an alternative to show children and young adults
that, as they grow, they will be faced with important choices. These choices
can and will affect their lives now, and forever.
Jan 30th Fuel Gauge Report from AAA The AAA Fuel Gauge Web Site is derived from credit card transactions at over 60,000 stations around the country. Prices shown are combined averages of the last card swipe of the previous day with the exception of Saturday and Sunday.
Jan 31st Weapons
of Mass Destruction Handbook
As the United States and its allies continue the fight against international terrorist groups and the countries that may support them, there is increasing fear Americans at home will one day face the threat of weapons of mass destruction. In an effort to better inform you on the threat to America, Fox News offers this Weapons of Mass Destruction Handbook. The package presents an overview of the general threat of biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological weapons, along with much more specific and detailed information on the history, proliferation, delivery mechanisms and treatment/prevention options for such weapons.
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