Gain insight into conflicts, their causes, their impact, and how they are perceived on a global scale.
Sponsored by the "Project For Defense Alternatives", this site provides links to a number of articles with different viewpoints on the Iraq War.
Enter city, state, country, ZIP code or station code for current National Service forcast. For historical reports, bring up a city, scroll down to historical then use drop down menus for month, day & year. Includes ski reports, and radar and satellite imagery.
Wedding cake history, basic and advanced cake decorating recipes, as well as a variety of wedding resources.
Students helping students to resist the consequences of destructive decisions and to live safe and happy lives.
This site tells you how to hook a converter box to your TV and your antenna, and explains how to troubleshoot your new system. (Remember, if you have cable TV or Direct TV, the DTV transition doesn't affect your TV at all.)
Browse a list of authors or series names. Find the books in a series listed in order.
What's Next™: Books in Series Database of Kent District Library. Search for adult and youth fiction series by title, author or series.
Want a happy, yet disturbing book that is beautiful, yet bleak? Manipulate the slider controls between extremes to come up with the book of your dreams (of nightmares)!
WholeHealthMD.com offers descriptions of more than 80 alternative therapies, articles on foods and supplements, and a recipe database.
What you need to know about that strip across the bottom of the desktop screen - it's a shortcut to frequently-used programs, and a navigation aide to your desktop
With user accounts, several people can easily share a single computer.
Video shows how to create a new user in Windows 7. Explains the differences in user account types.
Tutorials from Microsoft on working with files and folders
Documents you create automatically go into the Document Library, not "My Documents". In this tutorial, build a sample folder structure.
Cheat sheet of timesaving tips and advice
From Goodwill Community Foundation LearnFree.org, tutorials to guide users through the many changes Microsoft has made. Covers upgrades, working with the desktop, and using apps.
From Goodwill Community Foundation LearnFree.org, a set of tutorials covering Office 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000; SkyDrive; Career; Computers; Google Drive & Docs; Copyright
Training from Microsoft for Office software products
This “computational, knowledge engine” calculates or searches for information in a broad range of areas such as units and measures, money, weather, math, chemistry, and statistics and data analysis.
Primary documents - browsable by date and subject- cover politics, work, sexuality, reproduction, and race .
Encyclopedia Britannica's site includes articles, primary documents, timelines, audio and video clips on women's history from 1600 to the present.
Harvard University's collections of digitized books, photographs, and manuscripts documenting women's roles in the workplace.
From the Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health, this site offers free information on over 800 women's health topics, as well as tools on quiting smoking, food and dieting, and pregnancy.
Listing of new words and phrases as well as old words used in new ways. New words appear daily. Search alphabetically or by subject.
Useful to both the novice historian and to the advanced academic researcher.
Pictures of over 7,000 bank notes, front and back, from all over the world. Includes play money. Easy to locate any country's currency.
World War II topic portion of the eHistory timeline at The Ohio State University.