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Mar 1st Baby Name Wizard's NameVoyager
Maybe not an entirely useful site, but an entirely interesting and beautiful one, this applications charts the popularity of hundreds of American boys' and girls' names since the turn of the last century.

Mar 2nd Local Eats Roadfood.com dishes out drop-down menus to help you find tasty local fare on your asphalt adventures or, as the site says, "the most memorable local eateries along the highways and backroads of America."

Mar 3rd Forty5 South just finished shooting the video for the title track of their new album"We're Country So We Can." The boys were exhausted after the three day shoot in Pittsboro, NC. Bret Michaels produced and directed the video.

Mar 4th Fighting Spam Avoid electronic junk mail with Sneakemail , a free service that you can use to generate disposable e-mail addresses. Create as many addresses as you like.

Mar 7th The Car Guys Jim's got a problem: rats are gnawing his cars to smithereens. Sounds like a job for Click and Clack, the Car Talk guys. Tell them about your own wreck .

March 8th With KABcam webcam software you can use your Windows Camera or Capture Device to publish live pictures on your web page. 

March 9th Enterprising Women brings to life the stories of some 40 intriguing women who helped shape the landscape of American business. Artifacts and costumes, diaries and letters, business and legal documents, photographs and paper ephemera, audio recordings, and interactive technology reveal the trials and triumphs of this diverse group of inventors, innovators and trendsetters.

March 10th Travellerspoint
If you love to travel (or just love to plan travel, not exactly the same thing), this terrific site compiles this sort of information .

March 11th NSF: Sea Vent Viewer
If you've ever wondered what lies at the very bottom of the ocean but aren't able to hold your breath long enough to find out, consider taking a virtual swim through the National Science Foundation's Sea Vent Viewer.

March 14th http://www.p2punite.net/ Unhappy with the Movie and record industry crack down on file sharing?

March 15th Face Transformer
Get a full-face photo of yourself onto your hard drive and block off a good 10 minutes to check out this site, which lets you morph yourself into younger and older versions of yourself, change your race or age, and see how some of the great painters might have depicted you.

March 16th XCPilot
Flight geeks will love this site, which offers aviation info for airports great and small.

March 17th St . Patrick's Day -- Customs and History It's a bit o' the Irish. The traditions, customs, and history of St . Patrick's Day are explored. There's also a fun game for the lads and lasses!

March 18th Print Free Graph Paper
This couldn't be simpler or more helpful: A collection of sheets of blank graph paper, to be printed by students and others in immediate need.

March 21st Pin Colors
This page offers a helpful guide to a uniquely of-the-moment problem: What exactly do all those colored ribbons symbolize?

March 23rd Images in NASAGRIN is a collection of over a thousand images of significant historical interest scanned at high-resolution in several sizes. This collection is intended for the media, publishers, and the general public looking for high-quality photographs.

March 24th BRAIN BITES Have you ever wondered what space is REALLY like, how astronauts overcome gravity to train for weightlessness or how you'd turn a bolt in space? NASA Brain Bites will give your mind something to munch on!

MARCH 25th Estate Planning With all the talk about the Terri Schiavo case. This a good site with information to make sure your wishes are honored.

March 28th Military Free Zone
You may not be familiar with some of the more arcane portions of the No Child Left Behind Act, but the legislation happens to include rules that require public high schools to provide Selective Service with some rather private information on their students.

March 29th High Court to settle big file-sharing suit
WASHINGTON - Two decades ago, the Supreme Court decided that Sony's Betamax videocassette recorder, which transformed TV watching by allowing people to tape movies at home, did not violate copyright law.

March 30th The Sears Tower
Official website of this structure of 1353 feet, listing tenant and leasing
information and amenities.

March 31st An Unsolicited Commercial Love Story
Have you ever noticed that a lot of people in Internet ads are actually the same person? This terribly funny section of Rob Cockerham's terribly funny cockeyed.com details the saga of “Alicia,” a lovely young woman whom Rob noticed kept turning up in ads for dating sites, shopping sites, and all sorts of other things.


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