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Monday, January 25, 2010

Useful Websites to start the New Year!

Here are a few useful websites to start the New Year in the right direction.
SimplyHired.com: In the current economic climate, it's probably best to cast your net as wide as possible. Simply Hired aggregates results from thousands of job and company sites, making job hunting as easy as its name implies.
Snopes.com: Snopes is the go-to source for debunking urban legends. Please consult it before forwarding that chain e-mail, especially if it has anything to do with Barack Obama, Walt Disney, or a dying child who can only afford treatment if you forward the e-mail.
Science Daily.com: The site aggregates the very best coverage in that very broad topic, from fossils to space exploration, from diseases to climate change, and every nano-particle in between.
Instructables.com: Build things of limited usefulness out of household objects! That's the idea behind this fun, geeky DIY site. Browse for project ideas or just enjoy the weird obsessions of the DIY community.

New Non-Fiction Books include: “The complete idiot's guide to Microsoft Windows 7” by Paul McFedries; “The Friends We Keep: A Woman's Quest For The Soul Of Friendship” by Sarah Zacharias Davis; “Superfreakonomics : global cooling, patriotic prostitutes, and why suicide bombers should buy life insurance” by Steven D. Levitt; “America For Sale: Fighting The New World Order, Surviving A Global Depression, And Preserving USA Sovereignty” by Jerome R. Corsi; “The Complete Idiot's Guide To Economic Indicators” by R. Mark Rogers; “Cracking The GED. 2010 Edition” by Geoff Martz; “Understanding the mind of your bipolar child : the complete guide to the development, treatment, and parenting of children with bipolar disorder” by Gregory Thomas Lombardo; “Ace Of Cakes: Inside The World Of Charm City Cakes” by Duff Goldman; “The Job Search Solution: The Ultimate System For Finding A Great Job Now” by Tony Beshara; “Art Festival Guide: The Artist's Guide to Selling in Art Festivals” by Maria Arango; “Let's Go Outside” by Jennifer Ward; “Going rogue : an American life” by Sarah Palin.
New Fiction Books include: “A Touch Of Dead: Sookie Stackhouse: The Complete Stories” by Charlaine Harris; “Under the dome” by Stephen King; “Where The River Ends” by Charles Martin; “Her Fearful Symmetry” by Audrey Niffenegger; “A change in altitude” by Anita Shreve; “Southern lights” by Danielle Steel; “Godmother” by Carolyn Turgeon; “Heat wave” by Richard Castle; “Nine Dragons” by Michael Connelly; “Evidence” by Jonathan Kellerman; “Breathless” by Dean R. Koontz; “Swimsuit” by James Patterson; “Rough Country” by John Sandford; “The Professional” by Robert B. Parker.
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