Glenn's Other Favorite Web Sites
Last Updated 23 November 1997
Here is a listing of some of my other favorite web sites:
Net Info and News
- San Jose Mercury News:
You can check the headlines for
free, but to get the full story reports, you need an on-line
subscription. This is a good place to check for late-breaking
news right before you sign off the net.
Magazine: The weekly magazine from your newstand is right
here on the net.
- Campaign Central:
Follow the action for the 1996 Presidential Campaign here.
This may be out of date, but I'll leave it up.
- CNN/Time Magazine All
Politics: follow the campaigns here too.
- NYNEX Yellow Pages: That
thick yellow book that sits under your phone is now on the Net,
but now you can sort the entries to find exactly what you want.
- Career Path:
They list jobs from the Boston
Globe, NY Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and
San Jose Mercury News. If you are in the job market, then check
- Washington Post:
- The List: Local Internet
providers across the country.
- Info Seek: Use this
site to search for 100 matches to your search string. Give it a
Government Web Sites:
- The White House:
Stop in for a tour of the President's Home. If you have never
seen the White House in person (or even if you have), then take a
virtual tour of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. See the Blue Room,
East Room, the State Dining Room, and more.
- The US Senate: All
Senators have a page here. Most are a generic brand, but well
put together. There is also a brief history of the Senate,
information on the Legislative process, and Tour Information.
The Virtual Tour is well done
- The House of
Representatives: I have not explored this site much, but I
still keep in my list of bookmarks.
DC Sight-seeing Map: All the high points are here.
- Internal Revenue
Service: look here for tax information.
- Social Security Administration
I haven't explored all of these, but they might be useful.
- Looking for someone? Try this phone book listing at
- Composing Good
HTML: If you want to get started on
your own Web Page, but you are not sure how to start, here is a
source with very complete information.
- Roger Ebert's Movie
Reviews: from the Chicago Sun Times
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