Sites Of The Month08/19/2008
Great Sites To Check Out
Is It Just Me?http://downforeveryoneorjustme.com – This entirely self-descriptive website allows you to find out if you’re unable to access other websites because of a malfunction in your system or theirs. Type in any URL and get instant feedback as to whether or not the site is actually “down.” If so, there’s nothing to do but wait it out. If not, it might be time to call your favorite computer geek.Survey What They Playhttp://www.whattheyplay.com – If you want to make sure your kids are playing appropriate video games, get to know this invaluable online resource. The site is loaded with information about thousands of video games, including reviews from experts and comments from readers. Find out which games are most popular and which ones are new. You can search for suitable games based on brand, genre, age, and rating, or even post your own comments.Drive In For Big Funhttp://driveinmovie.com – Quick! Before summer ends, check out a drive-in movie! Use this website, “dedicated to the history, preservation and promotion of outdoor theatres,” to help you find a drive-in (BIG screen) movie theater in your area. View photos and find contact information for drive-ins in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Don’t forget to stop by the “Reminiscing at the Drive-in” page to read letters from those with fond drive-in memories.School Supporthttp://adoptaclassroom.org – This back-to-school season, consider providing help to a struggling school. Pick a local classroom, or have the site pick one for you, and donate funds that can be used for supplies, educational games, and other materials. If you are a teacher, you can use the site to register your classroom for assistance. Or start a program in your school or community. With teachers spending an average of $1,200 per year of their own money for classroom materials, they can use all the help they can get.Find Funds Fasthttp://missingmoney.com – A search on this site could prove to be the rainbow that leads to your pot of gold. MissingMoney.com features a database of records showing unclaimed assets required to be turned over to states. Examples of assets that might be waiting for you include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, bank accounts, safe deposit box contents, uncashed checks, insurance policies, utility deposits, and unclaimed tax, retirement, or mortgage insurance refunds. The interface is easy to use and returns results within seconds.
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