Annoyances.org -- With discussions and tips on subjects from "What to do if you hate the Start menu" to "Top five reasons why Windows doesn't support your hardware," you're bound to find the solution to your Microsoft or Windows annoyance.
Answers that Work -- This great repository for tech advice can help you do everything from troubleshooting a network to editing a Web site.
BlackViper.com -- A rather weird and quirky site that gives all kinds of good information on computers.
Easter Egg Archive -- "Easter Eggs" are small secret entertainment features found in many common software programs. You can find over 6,000 hidden goodies in everything from applications to DVDs to your favorite TV shows and movies.
Education Online for Computer Software: "We offer you both Free and subscription-based educational training and tutorials ... for the most popular computer software applications and productivity tools." Training is included on Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, Front Page, Publisher, Outlook, and many others.
ExtremeTech.com -- A "do-it-yourself" site. All kinds of information about operating systems [both Windows and all flavors of Linux], various parts of computers [such as video cards, motherboards, etc.], and building your own computer.
Hoaxbusters -- Tells you how to recognize computer, chain letters, and other hoaxes, and what you should do about them.
McAfee -- The website of a common antivirus software program. If you have any questions about computer viruses, check out this site.
Microsoft Support -- Information and solutions about all kinds of computer problems.
PC Magazine -- Features product reviews, solutions, tips, utilities, and more that you won't find in the print edition--or anywhere else.
PC Mechanic -- "We provide easy, plain-English information on computers that other sites just assume you already know. We provide tutorials to show you how to perform various tasks, from installing a video card to assembling an entire computer. We also provide background information on hardware and provide explanations on how things work" [website quote].
Tech Support Guy -- The site has forums on all kinds of computer problems, and it's easy to browse until you find your answer. Registration is required to post a question in the forums.
Tudogs -- "The Ultimate Directory Of Free Software" Authoring & Web Design, Graphics software, Clipart, Animation, WebTools, Windows, Music, Games, Education, Business & Finance, Health, News, Special Recipes, Free Web Developer Software. 28 awards.
Viruslist.com -- Answers to all your questions about viruses, malware, and other computer vulnerabilities from "The Biggest Virus Encyclopedia" [website quote].
W3schools -- Exhaustive information on building your own web site. You will find tutorials, information, and programming,
Webopedia -- The comprehensive guide for computer and internet terms, allowing you to search by specific term or category.
Zdnet.com -- The premier website for computer information of all sorts -- product reviews, how to articles, etc. The site is huge, so be prepared to look and study.
AnnualCreditReport.com -- The official site to get a free annual credit report that credit agencies are required to provide according to law. There are no subscriptions, memberships, or obligations required on this site to get the credit report.
Audits of any public institution in Ohio.
Benefits Check-up -- For elderly people, find benefit programs that help with utility bills, food, health care, applying for the government prescription drug program, and other needs. You can also apply for these programs from the site. The site is a service of the National Council on Aging.
Bloomberg.com -- Offers in-depth news, free quote lookups, educational investment information, and domestic and international market snapshots.
Investors' Alliance -- A non-profit organization for investment education and home of the Power Investor's software.
Dewey Browse -- Web Sites classified by the Dewey Decimal Classification System for Grades K-12.
Electric Library -- An On-line library to find MANY resources.
FactCheck.org -- A non-partisan site that strives to give objective information on government and political facts.
All About Romance -- A good place for romance readers to find the perfect match.
AllYouCanRead.com -- Browse all kinds of magazines and newspapers
Award-Winning Children's Literature Database by librarian Lisa Bartle
Book Browser -- "The guide for avid readers."
Bookhive.org -- Your Guide to Children's Literature & Books. Especially check out the "Zinger Tales" section, an exciting feature which allows viewers to experience the craft of storytelling through the use of Internet and streaming video.
BookPage Online -- A site for new book reviews.
FindAGoodBook.net -- Reviews, suggestions on what to read next, locate lists of bestsellers and prize winners, add comments to the message board, read our blog and so much more. A service of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library.
Free eBooks.net -- Specializes in free fiction, tutorial, marketing and business eBooks. Downloadable books can be read with the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Historical Fiction Network -- Information on historical fiction for all time periods. Click on "Books" at the top for an assortment arranged by timeline.
Mid-Continent Public Library Recommended Reading for Young Adult and Juvenile Readers -- The 'Juvenile Series and Sequels' database currently contains over 24,500 books in series titles that are classified into three audiences.
Reader's Circle -- "If you've been looking for a way to connect with book-related groups, this is it. Reader's Circle is a free public directory that specializes in listings for book clubs and reader's circles. Anyone may post a listing or search for a group by zip code - all for free." [Quote from website]
Recommended Reading Lists from Springfield Library.
Recommended Reading for Kids from Omaha Public Library.
Recommended Reading for Teens from Omaha Public Library.
Scholastic Teacher Book Wizard -- Lets you search for juvenile books by reading level, interest level, subject, genre, and more.
Stop You're Killing Me! -- An excellent resource for mystery readers.
StoryPlace -- Provides animated online stories, reading lists, children's craft projects, and activity sheets in English and Spanish.
WhichBook.net -- Allows for setting levels on several "gauges" (happy-sad, gentle-violent, conventional-unusual, etc.) and finding books that exhibit those characteristics.