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In 1900, for a women to be a telephone operator she had to be 17 - 26 and not married.

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How Web Pages Work -- You can put anything you want on a Web page, from family pictures to business information. Learn how to create, upload and promote your pages so they're available all over the world!

Consumer World is a public service, non-commercial* guide cataloging over 2000 of the most useful consumer resources. -- A knowledge exploration tool about information technology, especially about the Internet and computers. It contains over 4,000 individual encyclopedic definition/topics and a number of "Fast Reference" pages. The topics contain about 12,000 hyperlinked cross-references between definition-topics and to other sites for further information.

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NoodleQuest: Develop the optimum Web-based search strategy, based on your research topic.

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FreeLists, a service providing free, commercial-grade Internet mailing lists to all. The lists are all internet and technology-related. A free focal point for technology-inclined individuals and groups on the Internet. We do it all without the Support of advertisements, ensuring the highest-quality mailing list experience for you and your users.

Google labs showcases favorite ideas that aren't quite ready for prime time. Your feedback can help improve them. Play with these prototypes and send your comments.

(The search engine Google got its name from the word "googol," which refers to the number one with a hundred zeros after it.

"Sites such as Dogpile, Mamma, and Metacrawler, which harvest results from a number of the Web's best-known large search engines, can be quite interesting. It's intriguing to see how one query can return such different results from various engines. Such variations in results also help illustrate that no one search engine has a monopoly on "knowing" the Web."

NoodleBib is a Web application that allows you to create and edit MLA and APA-style source lists (i.e. MLA Works Cited Lists, APA Reference Lists, etc.) online. Add and edit references on the fly. They take care of punctuation and producing a polished source list that's correctly formatted and ready to print!

NoodleLinks database of academic bibliographies.

Quick Cite: Quickly generate an MLA-style citation for a single source.

Chilling Effects Clearinghouse -- Do you know your online rights? Have you received a letter asking you to remove information from a Web site or stop engaging in an activity? Are you concerned about liability for information that someone else posted to your online forum? Understand the protections intellectual property laws and the First Amendment give to your online activities.

Word Spy! This Web site and its associated mailing list are devoted to recently coined words and phrases, old words that are being used in new ways, and existing words that have enjoyed a recent renaissance. These aren't "stunt words" or "sniglets," but new words and phrases that have appeared in newspapers, magazines, books, press releases, and Web sites.

Vault "The best place on the Web to prepare for a job search."

Industry Resources Reports is a valuable free resource for business appraisers, business owners, and other parties interested in business valuation and related topics. Subjects covered include valuation publications, economic data and forecasts, industry overview, issues, and trends, industry outlook and forecasts, financial benchmarking, compensation surveys, public company information, transaction data, valuation discounts and premiums, legal and tax resources, business publications libraries, market research reports, company profiles and credit reports, trade association directories, appraisal associations, appraiser directories, valuation newsletters, and valuation forums.

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Tax Strategies for Small Business - The Biztax eGazette is a free newsletter dedicated to teach you legitimate strategies that will reduce your taxes and increase your profits.

Census 2000 Data CensusScope is an easy-to-use tool for investigating U.S. demographic trends, graphics and exportable trend data, CensusScope is designed for generalists and specialists.

Insurance -- The Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) to improve understanding of business insurance -- what it does and how it works.

Losing the war on patents -- A catalog of searchable IP databases maintained by government, academic and institutional sites, as well as commercial sites. The list now includes specialized U.S. and international patent databases, records from the European Patent Office and six countries and trademark registration databases from 20 states.

Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) - Lawyers focus on issues raised by computer and intellectual property crime. Attorneys advise federal prosecutors and law enforcement agents; comment on and propose legislation; coordinate international efforts to combat computer crime; litigate cases; and train all law enforcement groups. Other areas of expertise possessed by CCIPS attorneys include encryption, electronic privacy laws, search and seizure of computers, e-commerce, hacker investigations, and intellectual property crimes.

Free Download -- The Directory of Development Organizations 2003 -- Canada and United States of America -- (Other Countries) The Directory lists 29,500 contacts of organizations that offer (non-) financial Support , market access, information and advice to the enterprise and poverty-reducing sectors in low-income countries. Contact details include the organization's mail and street address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address and Web page details, if available. This Directory is intended to provide a comprehensive source of reference for development practitioners, researchers, donor employees, and policymakers interested in private sector development and poverty alleviation in low-income countries. Prepared to facilitate international cooperation and knowledge sharing in development among NGOs, research institutions, governments and private sector organizations, the Directory is a compilation of contact data for private sector development (micro, small an medium-sized enterprises) and poverty reduction. A wide range of organizations is included: international organizations, government ministries, private sector institutions, development agencies, universities, research and training institutes, NGOs/PDOs, grantmakers, banks, microfinance institutions, and development consulting firms. These promote private sector development and poverty alleviation, through: the financial sector and microfinance, trade and business development services, rural development and appropriate technology, small enterprise development and policy reforms, community development and social protection, gender and participation, environment and health, research, training and education.

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