Reference Sites
Also there is this:  Google Simple Foreign
Language Translator

(this simple utility is useful if you have your
laptop with you, and are online via WiFi... you
could converse with someone in a Cafe  by
typing/translating text entries and passing the
laptop "back and forth," etc.)
Blog finder by "Google!"
Conversion Utility
(metric, measurement....)
CURRENCY CONVERSION
MAPS (Google maps
...anywhere in the world)
USA National Temp Map
(by the Weather Channel)
Weather Channel Sitemap
(weather and a great deal more)
Wikipedia (online encyclopedia)
Google (the main general search engine)
"About" whatever...
"Ask" about whatever...
100 Best Websites
Public Library (Audio Books)
...limited
mostly to Library
Patrons in "South Jersey"
Yahoo News (Sitemap...all subjects)
National Geographic
Get your own Blog
Answers.com
The Internet Public Library
(like a university library...but online)
English language Newspapers
(in foreign countries) Site 1
Intuitive Conversion and Search
(the next wave in computing) by
Wolfram/Alpha
Librarian Chick
(one of the Best Library Reference Sites)
Correct ENGLISH GRAMMAR...
BBC Sitemap
(one of the Best General Sites for Education,
Science...Radio, TV... almost everything...
COMPUTER TERMS
(definitions)
Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki
(this is mostly for Librarians)
Photo (find a photo
of...worldwide...flickr.com)
Photo (Image Finder by Google)
Photo (find a photo of...worldwide...
webshots.com)
Online College Site
Information
Timezonecheck.com
TIMEZONES Worldwide
WORK OVERSEAS
(teaching English is a good job...lots of info
here...by country...cost of living...salaries, etc.)
TEMPERATURE
Conversion....and more
(physics, chem, computers)
Read Full Text Books Online
(good classics collection)
Maps of the World (different areas/types)
Highest/Lowest Points in the World
(mostly by country, includes islands)
Irish Literature, Mythology, etc.
Work-around TIP (for webpages in foreign languages):  

a.  You download/use the "Google Chrome Browser."  

b.  You download/use the "google translator."    I was already using "Google Chrome."  After I installed the
"Google Translator," it popped up in the "Google Chrome Browser" "after" I clicked on the "French Rue89" link...I
pressed translate and it translated from French to English.  (This is Terrific!)

link to get the "google translator:"  When you get to this page, mouse-click on "Try out extensions for Google
Products" (it is just above the YouTube video frame and to the right of the Google Icon).  Then click on "Google
Translate" in the center column of the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery... when you get to that page, just click
on the "Install" button, and your existing Google Chrome Browser will be upgraded with the new "translate" feature.

http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/static.py?page=guide.cs&guide=27542&topic=27545&answer=173357
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Wiki-How (How To
Manual....)
How to Read a "Scientific
Research Paper"
(for students)
100 best FREE Science
Documentaries OnLine
EARTHQUAKES
recent... like "today!" from USGS
Online DICTIONARY
Online DICTIONARY (quickie)
Ten Search Engines to "Explore the Invisible Web!"  
google probably don't  go here....
Financial Aid grants may be available to
you, if you make less than 49,999
annually....
"Do It Yourself" DIY Auto-Repair
"Do It Yourself" Parts and more at
AutoZone
single photo:  Stockholm Library
service for sending LARGE
SIZE FILES....
TEL DIRECTORIES and more....
reverse searches, etc.
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