An Economic NATO Would Strengthen the U.S. and Europe

Robert Nolan is an editor at the Foreign Policy Association and producer of the Great Decisions in Foreign Policy television series on PBS. You can follow him on Twitter @robert_nolan
As the European economy continues to tank, I'm often asked what the United States can do to help its friends across the Atlantic aside from the financial advice and moral support offered by our leaders in recent years. This week, Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, one of the foremost thinkers on U.S. foreign policy, penned a column about the idea of an economic NATO that provides at least one concrete answer. Now is absolutely the time to begin discussion of renewing the transatlantic relationship with a greater focus on strengthening economies in both Europe and here at home. After all, the United States and Europe account for nearly half of the entire world's GDP, 40 percent of the world's trade, and together are still responsible for the security architecture that keeps the global economy moving.
"One of the ideas I'm quite taken with is the notion of an economic NATO, or a NATO that looks at more economic elements because if there is a euro zone crisis, it's a NATO crisis, if there is a debt crisis it's going to affect our security," Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council told me in an interview on NATO in the 21st century for the upcoming season of Great Decisions in Foreign Policy on PBS. "So I think that you just have to look at the challenges coming at us much more through an economic and a security prism."

The idea has been bouncing around for some time and is a foreign policy goal that both Democrats and Republicans could easily rally support for. Indeed, writing on the Atlantic Council web site, former Obama National Security Adviser General James Jones argues that an enhanced trade pact between the United States and its European allies could stimulate job growth and create, Jones and his colleague Tom Donohue reckon, about $170 billion in the next five years through the elimination of tariffs alone. According to Ignatius, the Obama administration is serious about its pursuit of this goal. 
Notable figures within the Republican establishment, which has called for the creation of more free trade agreements, are also likely to be on board. An economic NATO also bolsters their case for a widening of the NATO umbrella to the allies of the Asia Pacific that are so critical to the world economy. Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, who also served as U.S. ambassador to NATO, told Great Decisions that the alliance should partner "with other free thinking countries, other free political systems, and other free economic systems—countries like Australia and New Zealand and Singapore and the Republic of Korea and Japan, and some other nations outside of NATO's orbit at the present," to foster greater global security and economic growth.

Support for engagement with Asia is also championed by noted risk analyst Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group. "What we need is not just NATO on the conventional defense side. We need a NATO alliance for economic state craft that's actually led by the Americans and Japanese," he said. "It's critical, and no one is focusing on that yet."
Whether the pursuit of a strengthened economic relationship will take place under the NATO umbrella, through the mechanisms of the European Union, or will include the free economies of Asia are questions that will take some time to flesh out. That the conversation about an achievable, bipartisan and transatlantic initiative that can address the real economic challenges of the 21st century is now taking place, though, is a step in the right direction.

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Dhaka International Trade Fair-2013

Welcome to the 18th Dhaka International Trade Fair, (DITF)-2013 organized by Export Promotion Bureau and the Ministry of Commerce, Government of Bangladesh will be held at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar in Dhaka west side of Bangabandhu International Conference Centre during January 01-31, 2013.

This event would project quality exportable of Bangladesh to the visitors from home and abroad. The local producer in the remote areas of rural Bangladesh who does not have financial strength to participate in International trade fair will have the opportunity to display their products to the buyer from abroad at this fair. On the other hand, the overseas participants would have opportunity to display their products to the consumer of Bangladesh where domestic market of consumer goods is expanding. The foreign participants will also have the opportunity to display their state-of-the-art technology to the local producers and exporters. Besides, the participants will be able to identify business contacts with prospect of entering into subsequent business negotiations.


The Dhaka International Trade Fair, (DITF) organized by Export Promotion Bureau and the Ministry of Commerce, Government of Bangladesh will be held at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar in Dhaka west side of Bangabandhu International Conference Centre during January 01-31 Every Year. This event would project quality exportable of Bangladesh to the visitors from home and abroad. The local producer in the remote areas of rural Bangladesh who does not have financial strength to participate in International trade fair will have the opportunity to display their products to the buyer from abroad at this fair. On the other hand, the overseas participants would have opportunity to display their products to the consumer of Bangladesh where domestic market of consumer goods is expanding. The foreign participants will also have the opportunity to display their state-of-the-art technology to the local producers and exporters. Besides, the participants will be able to identify business contacts with prospect of entering into subsequent business negotiations. In DITF2013 we are constantly involved in the betterment of the society, as a part of that commitment we withdrew our hardcopy application system. We believe technology can enable a greener world. We hope you will help us to achieve this dream by embarking with us on this journey.

New Year Traditions around the World


If you do a little research you will come to know that be it the western or the eastern part of the world, New Year is celebrated with equal enthusiasm everywhere. However as the year in the calendar marks a transition, the various customs and traditions followed during the period remain as it is. Here's a list of some of the interesting ways to celebrate the New Year across the globe:

England: The English custom for welcoming New Year is full of hospitality and warmth. They believe that the first guest for the year would bring fortune for them. He should be a male, should enter through the front door and bear some traditional gifts like loaf for the kitchen, drink for the head of the family and coal to light the fire, otherwise he is not allowed. They believe that these bring good luck throughout the year.

Denmark: In Denmark, residents keep a pile of dishes, all broken, in front of the door. For this they save old dishes and People usually throw these on the friends’ doors during New Year. This symbolizes friendship and brotherhood and they believe the one with maximum dishes outside, has the most friends. Some Danish are found to leap some chairs during midnight.

China: The Chinese have a unique way of celebrating New Year, where every front door of a house is painted in red which symbolizes happiness and good fortune. They hide all the knives for the day so that no one cuts oneself, because that may actually cut the entire family good luck for the coming year. However that doesn’t make any difference to the feast they have during time.

Brazil: Brazilians believe that lentils signify wealth and prosperity. So they serve food items made up of the legume like soup or rice on the New Year. On New Year’s Eve, the priestesses dress up in blue and white for an auspicious ceremony celebrated for the water goddess. Also a sacrificial boat filled with jewelery, candles and flowers from the beach of Rio de Janeiro is pushed to the ocean that brings health, wealth and happiness for them.

Austria: Austrians find good luck charm in Suckling pigs. They serve it on the dinner table with edible pigs and the peppermint ice creams are served as desserts for fortune.

German: Lead is considered to be auspicious here. They pour molten lead into cold water and the shape that is taken after, predicts the future. Heart shapes symbolize marriage whereas round shapes denote good luck; anchor shapes tell that you need help however a cross signifies someone’s sad demise.

Belgium: They call the New Year eve as Saint Sylvester Eve. They believe in throwing family parties, where everyone kisses, exchanges fortune greetings apart from raises toast to welcome the New Year in their own manner. Children usually save money to buy decorative so that they can write and gift New Year greetings to elders.

Egypt: Egyptians believe that the New Year begins only when the new crescent moon is visible in the sky. They create and extremely festive atmosphere all around and celebrate the New Year with happiness and joy. The official announcement is made in the city of Cairo in a holy mosque, and the religious leaders do the needful.

Greece: they call it a St. Basil's Day, one of the forefathers of the Greeks Church, because it is also celebrated as his death anniversary. They bake some special bread, where a coin is buried inside the dough. The procedure of serving the bread is very unique. They offer the first slice to God, second to the bread winner of the house, and the third is meant for the house. If this one contains the coin, spring will hit early that year. Also whoever get the slice with the coin, is supposed to be blessed with extra good luck.

Wales: In Wales, during midnight, at the initial toll, the back door of the house is first opened and then immediately shut. This symbolizes releasing the old year and locking out all the bad luck it brought. At the 12th toll of the clock, the door is re-opened to welcome the New Year will all its goodness, luck and prosperity.

Japan: Japanese New Year or Oshogatsu is meant for celebrations with family and it begins with proper decoration of the home to welcome luck and fortune. They clean the entire house, get themselves off from every financial liability, and resolve all issues before the New Year hits. They follow traditions of three things: a pine branch, called kadomatsu, denotes longevity; a stalk of bamboo symbolizes prosperity, whereas a plum blossom shows nobility. Before the clock strikes 12, they ring 108 bells to show that the all 108 troubles have been eliminated.

Philippines: They believe that every round thing is auspicious. So they consume grapes, have coins, wear polkas dotted dresses, as they have faith that circular things attract more fortune and money. They also throw coins as New Year begins to increase wealth and prosperity.

Spain: The Spanish, eat 12 grapes at every toll of the clock during the New Year. This they believe will bring good luck and happiness for the coming 12 months.

Puerto Rico: People throw buckets of water out of their window and also clean their homes properly. This they believe will clean the odds of the last year as well as get the spirits out of the home.

The Netherlands: Bonfires are burnt of the Christmas trees on the New Year eve, on streets, by the Dutch. This purges out the old and greets the new.

Chile: people go for mass in the New Year apart from visiting graveyards. They make seating arrangements there and wait for New Year to come, along with the dead bodies.

Rome: The celebrations last for three days where the Romans decorate their houses with greenery and colorful lights, they choose gifts for their loved ones very carefully like Gold, silver, for prosperity, honey for sweetness etc.

United States: They believe kissing during midnight as the year approaches, is an auspicious gesture that purifies everything that is evil.

Cultures and traditions vary in different parts of the world but almost all of them are meant to bring happiness, prosperity and good luck in the New Year. So if you think you can be a little more traditional this New Year, you can try any of the above.




New Year Songs 2013

With the New Year right around the corner, the mood for festivities is in full swing, parties, get together, celebrations etc. really set up the mood to welcome the advent of the New Year and nothing spells celebrations like music.

One of the most important ingredients to a perfect celebration is New Year Songs, as nothing sets the ambience right like it, and when on a lookout for the best celebratory things for the New Year, you must pay special attention to the musical aspect.

Hence for your convenience we have compiled for you a list of songs for new year that are sure to get you in the mood for some New Year celebrations.

Happy New Year Songs 2013

  • "Auld Lang Syne" by Relient K

The famous Scottish folk song that tells off beautiful times gone by and the importance of new beginnings is ones that you will surely want to add to your playlist, also the version by Relient K which has featured in it perfect harmonies is perhaps the most solemn start you can get to the New Year.

  • "New Year's Day" by U2

U2 is one of the most famous bands of our time and their song New Year's Day is perhaps one of the most different takes on the New Year however it makes a great song to listen to, so plug it in and enjoy

  • "Let’s Start the New Year Right" by Bing Crosby

Released in1943, the song is all time favourite, belonging to the album White Christmas; the song is one of the most popular songs of all time, and an inherent part of the vintage American New Year celebrations.

  • "Seasons of Love" from Rent (the Movie)

With harmonies that are pitch perfect and really beautifully rendered and lyrics that warm your heart Seasons of Love makes a wonderful listen, as you get lost in the beautiful melody of the song, making your New Year's even more wonderful and magical.


  • "What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve" by The Orioles

One of the most popular pop songs written about the New Year, the song tells of the young lover who decides to venture out on the 32st of December to take chances and grab life by the leases. This number is an all-time favourite and is a pleasant tune to listen to.

  • "Same Old Lang Syne" by Dan Fogelburg

One of Danny Fogelburg’s greatest hits Same Old Lang Syne is perhaps one of those bittersweet melodies that with a twinge of nostalgia get to you. Telling the tale of a cab driver who meets his old girlfriend and they get discussing about the bygone days, their hopes, dreams and all their aspirations. It is a tale of love and life and all the things that are encompassed by them, be it regrets or happy memories. Same Old Lang Syne is a re-telling of our experiential existence and the trials and tribulations that we go through. This track is a must listen.

  • "A Long December" by Counting Crows

Once in a while a song comes along that you can relate to so well; written by Adam Duritz the frontman of Counting Crows in the year 1995, after a friend faced a grave accident, the song is replete with nostalgia as well as hope for a better tomorrow. Countless people will tell you how this song helped them cope with their grief as well as the troubles that they were going through, so it is no wonder that the song is featured in our list of the best songs for the New Year’s.

  • "It’s Another New Year’s Eve" by Barry Manilow

One of the early songs written by Manilow, the song is a sombre sweet melody that talks about enjoying the moment one is in, and counting your blessings as you cut back your losses and try to look at the positive things in life. The singer tells his loved one in the song of all the beauty that might have come out of troubled times and to look upon everything in a positive light and keep living life to the fullest. All in all the song most assuredly makes a good listen.

  • "Happy New Year" by Nat King Cole

The immortal voice of Nat King Cole filled with the richness that can send you into a musical swoon, poured his heart in this song, when talking about past loves and looking back at the past with a hint of nostalgia and yet a smile. The silky smoothness of this sombre tune is enough to set the ambience right, with the beauty of the melodious voice that serenades the senses.

  • "New Year’s Resolution" by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas

A sweet love-song by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas as the title of the song goes New Year’s Resolution is all about being in love and taking care of your loved ones, no matter how difficult times may be. The couple in the song acknowledges their flaws and make resolutions to get by the difficult times and overlook each other’s flaws and focus on loving and taking care of each other. The sweetness of the melody surely makes you feel tender towards your loved one, so pop in this song and enjoy the sweet nothings that the song makes you remember.

  • "The Millennium Prayer" by Sir Cliff Richard

Composed in the tune of the all-time favourite Auld Lang Syne, The Millennium Prayer by Sir Cliff Richard is basically the Lord’s Prayer with a few odd verses; probably one of the few songs in free verse, the song was acclaimed worldwide, for the familiar lyrics and tune, which one could feel associated to. The song has a very sombre yet cheerful air about is and is one that definitely brings that all pervading sense of calm.

  • "Another Year Has Gone By" by Celine Dion

Celine Dion has long held the title of being one of the most popular singers of our time, with famous love songs to her name Another Year has gone by, makes for a wonderful love number that you would want to share with your loved ones, talking about cherishing and treasuring love the song is sure to set your mod.

  • "New Year" by Beautiful Republic

There are many numbers that may figure on top of the beautiful melody list, New Year is one of them, the song is beautifully harmonised and makes for a lovely musical New Year's.

  • "My! My! Time Flies" by Enya

The haunting voice of this beautiful singer has been applauded by people worldwide, couple it with the New Year's and what you have is a wonderful evening, where music pervades all.

  • "Brand New Year (My Revolution)" by SHeDaisy

If there was ever a song that can be used as an anthem for looking forward to the days that are to come then Brand New Year would be it, full of vigour the song is about taking control of your life and making the most out of what you have.

  • "New Year by Charlie Hall

When looking for a song that infuses your spirit with hope and joy, this song by Charlie Hall is one that should be your best bet, so plug in this number and let it fill your heart with hope and joy.

  • "Funky New Year" by the Eagles

The Eagles and their country rock sound definitely makes for a Funky New Year listening, so pop in this track and groove to the Eagles' music.

  • "Nothing New for the New Year" by Harry Connick Jr. & George Jones

The silky smoothness of this song by Harry Connick Jr. George Jones, definitely pleasing to ear, so as you relax and unwind, let the music take over and make you New Year's truly wonderful.


 

New Year Quotes - Happy New Year 2013

New year Quotes are words of wisdom and experience that have inspired many to strive for what they believe in and never settle down with mediocrity.

New Year's being a time for new beginnings and learning experiences, what one always requires at the start of a new adventure is motivations and boosting of morale, along with things to ponder upon. Be it motivational quotes or thoughtful ones, we have for you a wide array of New Year Quotes 2013 to kick-start 2013 for you and your loved ones.


Top New Year Quotes for 2013

Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties. - Helen Keller


  1. Each age has deemed the new-born year the fittest time for festal cheer. - Sir Walter Scott
  2. New Year's Day is every man's birthday. - Charles Lamb
  3. Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man. - Benjamin Franklin
  4. For last year's words belong to last year's language. And next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning. - T.S. Eliot
  5. A happy New Year! Grant that I May bring no tear to any eye When this New Year in time shall end Let it be said I've played the friend, Have lived and loved and labored here, And made of it a happy year. - Edgar Guest
  6. Of all sound of all bells... most solemn and touching is the peal which rings out the Old Year. - Charles Lamb
  7. An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves. - Bill Vaughn
  8. Never tell your resolution beforehand, or it's twice as onerous a duty. - John Selden
  9. The new year begins in a snow-storm of white vows. - George William Curtis
  10. May the New Year bring you courage to break your resolutions early. My own plan is to swear off every kind of virtue, so that I triumph even when I fall. - Aleister Crowley
  11. To have the kind of year you want to have, something has to happen that you can not explain why it happened. Something has to happen that you can not coach. - Bobby Bowden
  12. If you asked me for my New Year Resolution, it would be to find out who I am. - Cyril Cusack
  13. The secret for success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes. - Benjamin Disraeli
  14. For eleven months and maybe about twenty days each year, we concentrate upon the shortcomings of others, but for a few days at the turn of New Year we look at our own. It is a good habit. - Arthur H. Sulzberger
  15. Many years ago I resolved never to bother with New Years resolutions, and I have stuck with it ever since. - Dave Beard
  16. Let our New Years resolution be this, we will be there for one another as fellow members of humanity, in the finest sense of the word. - Goran Persson

New Year Facebook Status

In this age of technological advancements and social networking that is on full swing, it is difficult not to be caught up in the New Year Madness, and as the year draws to an end, the fight to update your Facebook status has already begun.

If on the lookout for Facebook statuses that you can update on the occasion of New Year you should not have to look any further, for we have for you a list of New Year Facebook status that you can choose from, so start updating your statuses.

  1. New Year’s is the time to forget all your fears, drink a few beers, leave behind all your tears… so be merry and have happy New Year.
  2. New Year is the time when, all your hopes are new, so are your aspiration, new are your resolutions and new are your spirits… so here’s wishing everyone a very promising, fulfilling and a very happy New Year.
  3. Hope you have a year that is happy, cheerful, joyful, energetic, prosperous, bright, glowing, perfect and filled with all the joys of the world that can be imagined… Happy New Year 2013 to all…
  4. As the New year begins let us hope that this year will bring with it, a year of peace, a year of joy, a year of plenty, a year full of fun with friends, and full of blessings… here’s wishing everyone a happy and a prosperous New Year 2013.
  5.  With the blossoming of this New Year I pray that there are great times lined for you ahead. May you achieve all that you ever dreamed and hoped for, wishing you all a very Happy New Year 2013…
  6. May the five F’s that are very important in everyone’s life fill your New Year, May you have the support of you Friends, your Family, Fun, enjoy Fame and Food… Big cheers and hugs and kisses to all, Happy New Year 2013… Have a blast on this New Year’s…
  7. May the New Year bring mornings that are vibrant, and multitudes of reasons that are worth celebrating, so wishing you and loved ones a Happy New Year 2013…
  8. May you take a leap forward this New Year, take on New Adventures, Step on new roads that you can explore, achieve new heights … have a Happy New Year…
  9. May this New Year bring with golden opportunities that pave your way with success and happiness, help you explore every avenue of live, and may your resolutions all reach competition as you stay firm and resolute… Have a Happy New Year 2013…
  10. Let us welcome another New Year and cherish every new moment that is offered to us… let us celebrate our time blissfully; let us enjoy the New Year…
  11. New Year’s the time when we look back on the past,  learn from our mistakes, face our fears, and try to move on to happier times… so on this New Year, let us vow to leave the past behind and celebrate the future… Happy New Year 2013…

Happy New Year Wishes 2013

New Year Wishes are a great way to convey your heartfelt wishes to your dear ones on the auspicious occasion of new year. Welcome 2013 by sending free Happy New Year 2013 Wishes on new year from our lovely collection.

New Year's has always been a time for new beginnings and fresh starts; and across countries and cultures the advent of a New Year is celebrated with much zeal and panache. The joyous occasion of New Years calls for celebrations and great cheer.

Looking back and being thankful for the wonderful memories of the previous year, and the hope for beautiful times ahead is what the New Year is all about. With your loved ones all geared up for 2013, you should not stay behind and let them know that they are in your prayers by sending them New Year Greetings for the year.


Top 10 New Year Wishes

  1. Let this New Year be the one, where all your dreams come true, so with a joyful heart, put a start to this year anew. Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year 2013.
  2. Let's give a warm welcome to the year that starts a new, cherish each moment that the year shall behold, so let's come together and celebrate a blissful start to the New Year. Happy New Year.
  3. As the New Year approaches us with hopes anew, here is wishing you and your family a wonderful year ahead. Happy New Year
  4. The New Year is the time of unfolding horizons and the realization of dreams, may you rediscover new strength and garner faith with you, and be able to rejoice in the simple pleasures that life has to offer and put a brave front for all the challenges that may come your way. Wishing you a lovely New Year.
  5. Wishing you a year that is filled with all the fragrance of roses, illuminated with all the lights of the world and be blessed with all the smiles on the planet. Hope this year will be the year when all your dreams come true. Happy New Year 2013.
  6. Even if our talks may lessen, and so might our hellos, our stories might shorten along with our greetings, but remember that no matter what happens, my prayers and wishes for you will never fall short. May this year be the best year by far, and may this year bring with it endless joy and happiness.
  7. On this New Year I wish that you have a wonderful January, a lovely February, a Peaceful March, a stress-free April, a fun-filled May, and Joy that lasts from June to November, and finally a happy December. May my wishes come true and may you have a charming and lucky New Year 2013.
  8. On this New Year, may you change your direction and not dates, change your commitments and not the Calendar, change your attitude and not the actions, and bring about a change in your faith, your force and your focus and not the fruit. May you live up to the promises you have made and may you create for you and your loved ones the most Happy New Year ever.
  9. Time is like a flowing river, no water passes beneath your feet twice, much like the river, moments never pass you by again, so cherish every moment that life gives you and have a wonderful New Year.
  10. There are things that are sometimes left undone and there are things that can be left sometimes unsaid. There are things that can be sometimes left unsaid, but wishing someone like you can't ever be left, so I take this moment to wish you and your loved ones a joyous and wonderful New Year.

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 The New Year is the time of unfolding horizons and the realization of dreams, may you rediscover new strength and garner faith with you, and be able to rejoice in the simple pleasures that life has to offer and put a brave front for all the challenges that may come your way. Wishing you a lovely New Year.

May New Year's Eve find you seated around the table, together with your beloved family and cherished friends. May you find the food better, the environment quieter, the cost much cheaper, and the pleasure more fulfilling than anything else you might ordinarily do that night.

Again New year is coming Dressup and get ready friends It is the time to welcome and embrace The new year with hope and spirit It is the time to Celebrate and Dance To proclaim our confidence and spirit Happy New Year And seasons Greetings

On this New Year I wish that you have a wonderful January, a lovely February, a Peaceful March, a stress-free April, a fun-filled May, and Joy that lasts from June to November, and finally a happy December. May my wishes come true and may you have a charming and lucky New Year 2013.

New Year is the time to visit our relatives and friends To warm up relations and strengthen friendship Wishing you a New Year with fun and party With relatives and friends Happy New Year

Is new year mai, Lumha Bher ki jo rafakat mil jae muj ko, Mai apne Subah sham tere naam ker dun, Ager tu mil jae Buz-me-History mai, Mai apni zindgi ki haseen shaam tere naam ker dun. Happy New Year 2013

A year of bitter-sweet memories has passed. May this new year bring immense joy and fun to your life. May you reach new heights of success. Happy New Year.

Wishing you a year that is filled with all the fragrance of roses, illuminated with all the lights of the world and be blessed with all the smiles on the planet. Hope this year will be the year when all your dreams come true. Happy New Year 2013.

As the season is getting ready celebrate People are caroling for the lord And looking for Christmas and a great new year To fulfil their dreams and effort I am sending you this Christmas and New Year Wish Taken from my heart


May you remember to say "I love you" at least once a day to your spouse, your child, your parent, your siblings; but not to your secretary, your nurse, your masseuse, your hairdresser or your tennis instructor.

There are things that are sometimes left undone and there are things that can be left sometimes unsaid. There are things that can be sometimes left unsaid, but wishing someone like you can't ever be left, so I take this moment to wish you and your loved ones a joyous and wonderful New Year.

Happy New Year 2013 and thank you for all the support

The New Year is just around the corner and, as we say goodbye to year 2012, we cannot help but have a look back at all the work we've done.
Thanks to you, our readers, it's been a successful year for us at GSMArena.com. This year you pushed our website up in the list of the Top 400 websites globally (currently at the 389th spot), according to the independent internet statistics Alexa.com. We cannot thank you enough for that

Overall, this year we churned out more than 1650 news articles, more than 2230 blog posts and a total of 167 reviews.
Our blog has been on the rise, coming up in leaps and bounds in the past 12 months. Our coverage there included regular tech news in all sorts of fields but, most importantly, we've been spicing it up with exclusive features and articles, which you seem to like a lot (such as our regular phone unboxings and battery tests).
We kept expanding our presence on Facebook, already closing in on 300,000 likes (a nearly three-fold increase this year alone).
Our phone reviewing routine saw some changes too. We made the Sunlight legibility test a part of our review routine. We also started doing even more reviews of US-only phones in an effort to be even more helpful to our US friends. Most recently we started our series of articles dedicated to helping you set up your newly purchased smartphone. Android went first, but iOS fans should expect to get the same treatment in the first days of the New Year.
The new year will hopefully be off to a good start too with two of the major industry events just around the corner. In 2013 we will have our second live coverage from the Consumer Electronics Show in the US (starting January 8) and a couple of months later, we'll traditionally report live from the Mobile World Congress (starting February 25).
Once again, thank you so much for your incredible support in 2012, we have some great plans for 2013 and we hope you will stick around to see what we will be up to.
Happy New Year to you and your loved ones, we wish you peace, prosperity and happiness. Cheers!

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Happy New Year Receive my simple gift of Love, Wrapped with Sincerity?, Tied with care and Sealed with blessings, 2 Keep you happy and safe all the life long, Happy New Year 2013..

May this new year god grants you five things; Sun, to warm you, Moon to charm you, An Angel to protect you, True love, to care for you, A friend, to listen to you!!

Remove Hate, Lust, Jealousy, Grudge, Animosity, Greed from your dictionary this new year’s eve and replace them with Love, Commitment, Support, Compassion, Honesty and Contentment, Here is wishing you a very happy new year 2013.

Memorable moment are celebrate together, U are my best friend for now & forever, Make me Miss you even more this New Year, Hope this 2009 bring Happiness for you Dear. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013..

May this new year be a step forward, In leading you to new adventures, New roads to explore and new success to reach! Happy New Year 2013.. If you like Happy New Year 2013 SMS , don't forget to share them. You can also share your own SMS Messages here by commenting below.

Happy New Year 2013!!!

Happy New Year from the Continentseven crew! Live the windsurfer’s dream in 2013!

2012 was a very successful year for us. It was a year of intense work, which brought again a growth with new visitors from all around the world. 

In 2012 we published more articles than ever, broadened our areas of interest and attended 9 out of 10 PWA events. We were at the Fuerte Wave Classic 2012 as media partner, collaborated with the American Windsurfing Tour, the Surf Worldcup Podersdorf and supported the EFE/EFPT event and the Centaur King of the wind.
We always try to improve the quality of our articles to increase the value and create a good mix of different topics to attract different interests. And up to 25.000 read articles a day, an increasing international community and a big Facebook community are the proof for us, that we are on the right way. We ran several lotteries, integrated a new online store and started to work on a new Continentseven T-Shirt collection behind the scenes.

All this would not have been possible without the great support of our editorial staff, contributors, graphicdesigners and teamriders. Big thanks goes to Dieter van der Eyken, Dario Ojeda, Yegor Popretinskiy, Loick Spicher, Jesper Orth, Julien Mas and Nik van Ingen. Thanks for all your effort.

Another big thanks goes to our advertising partners, event organizers, tour organizers, video producers and all people, who work hard for the sport of windsurfing. Thanks to the industry, who produces the latest equipment to have fun with and invest a lot of energy and money in R&D.

We also want to thank you, the readers, for your attention, participation, criticism, news, comments, suggestions, emails and links over the past year. Continentseven needs your support and we truly appreciate every message we receive. Continentseven is not only created by us. We need you as excited and active users, who participate in the whole creative process.  Each of your ideas, suggestions and criticism helps us to improve and grow. There are no borders on the seventh continent. It’s a global network of windsurfers and watersport people, who love to be on the beach, rigg their gear and get out on the water. Windsurfing is a boardsport, which is connected with terms like freedom, liberty and independent lifestyle. Keep on living this style and keep us updated, how you live your windsurfing dream 2013.

Thanks to all of you, who are growing with us. Let’s hope for a windy year 2013 and we are looking forward to see you on the water!!!!

The Top 100 Best Websites List

This list is based on the rigorous reviews and opinions of our staff who subject each website to an exhaustive examination
based on
21 criteria of excellence before inclusion. We hope you will enjoy this portal to the finest sites the Web has to offer!

 
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Yahoo is your Online Free Treasure Room! An outstanding search engine (especially for "official" websites), it also provides a cornucopia of free services: free email, maps, Yellow Pages, games, shopping, news, finance, sports, live chat -- the list just goes on and on and on! By far (in our opinion), Yahoo is the best site on the Web!
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We believe Google is simply the best tool on the Web for finding just about anything (except possibly "official" websites). It is screamingly fast, sleek, streamlined, and as comprehensive as a search tool can be.
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Amazon is nothing less than a revolution in how the world shops. It is a huge step forward in the achievement of an ideal competitive market. It is user-friendly, vast, and reliable.
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About.com breaks up the Web into major subject areas with a volunteer human host for each of them. It helps you sift out the wheat from the chaff on an enormous range of subjects.
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Much of the greatest literature in the history of humankind will be found in full text form (and free of charge) at this amazing site. In addition, many useful reference tools are here (also free!)
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Formerly "DejaNews", Google Groups is a glorious experiment in free speech! This oceanic database of over 800 million posted "Usenet" messages from people all over the globe constitutes the largest bulletin board in the history of the world! It's fully searchable, and you can post your own messages free of charge. (Tip: don't use your primary email address in your posts! To avoid spam, use a temporary email address.)
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A bold endeavor in online journalism, Google News provides you hundreds of news sources (typically) for each of the major stories of the day. Just find the story that interests you on the main page, and you will see something like "227 related" or "535 related" just beneath it. Click this to see the extensive range of news sources available for the story you are after! (Its database of past news is also searchable.)
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For fast-breaking news and responsible journalism, it's hard to beat CNN. And the text content at this site is mostly free!
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Ebay is the world's biggest, longest-running garage sale, as well as its most extensive auction house. Buy, sell, browse, bid, and be amazed at what you find at this wonderful site!
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If you love software treasure-hunting, Download.com is the site for you! This massive and well-rounded collection of shareware (try-before-you-buy) and freeware (totally free software) is fully searchable and sortable. And there's no wait for a package in the mail: download it NOW, install it, and take it for a test drive!
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Craigslist.org is a daring bulletin board system directed toward the major cities in the US, Canada, the UK, and (soon) other countries. The magical distinction of Craigslist is its use of anonymous email forwarding: your email address is invisible to the public. A pointer (which expires after several days) forwards all responses to you. Visit Craigslist if you want to sell or buy something, if you want to meet new people (romantically or otherwise), if you want to look for a job, or if you want to share your ideas. Almost all of its features are totally free, except job listings for employers.
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Your inner-librarian will be delighted! Here you will find (free of charge) Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Almanacs, Atlases, and an assortment of other helpful resources.
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One of the most remarkable online encyclopedias on the Web! All the content is free, in the public domain, and quotable. Wikipedia is maintained by an army of volunteers. Even so, its content remains of very high quality. Wikipedia is a good example of how the Web can function at is best! Be sure to visit whenever you have any question that an encyclopedia might help you answer. You might be surprised how often Wikipedia will come through for you!
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Beliefnet.com is an online community for people who practice spirituality in just about any tradition in the world. The emphasis here is on mutual respect and tolerance. Free inquiry and exchange of ideas is invited. Secular (non-religious) philosophies and ideas are also welcome. Also, sacred texts from the world's great religions will be found referenced at this site.
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Anywho is a great online phone book and people-finder sponsored by AT&T. Use the Yellow Pages for businesses, the White Pages for people, and the Reverse Lookup if all you have is a phone number.
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Enter your Zip Code and see the weather predictions for the next ten days (scroll down), courtesy of The Weather Channel. It's easy and it's free!
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Search.com is an outstanding example of a "metasearch engine": a web search tool that employs over 1,000 search engines running in parallel to help you find what you are looking for.
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MSN's Hotmail.com provides you with totally free email, pure and simple!
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The National Institutes of Health of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has created this clearinghouse of information on all matters related to your physical well-being. You'll find drug information (MEDLINEplus), disease & symptom documentation, health recommendations, summaries on every major system of the human body, and much more at this excellent site.
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CNET.com (the parent site of Download.com) is a technophile's oasis! If you are looking for desktop computers, laptops, printers, peripherals, software cell phones, cameras, or just about any other kind of gadgetry, be sure to take advantage of CNET's reviews and price comparison features. This free site can save you hundred or thousands of dollars, depending on your needs
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The London Review of Books is a respected journal for those who enjoy reading the best books in the world! At times, the reviews themselves rise to the level of great literature.
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You could spend tens and tens of hours browsing the huge catalogue of useful websites at Refdesk.com. You'll find newspapers, photo databases, reference tools, trivia, quotes, self-help advice, search engines, and much, much more at this virtual goldmine of the Web.
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Simply put, the Mayo Clinic is one of the greatest hospitals and medical research centers on Planet Earth. In that tradition, the Mayo Clinic provides this excellent website devoted to the promotion of human health.
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If you give some of your time, money, and energy to help the disadvantaged of the world, you would probably like to know that your contributions are put to good use. GuideStar.org provides extensive information on nearly all major charitable organizations. It will help you "heal the world" responsibly.
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The official portal of the Federal Government of the United States, FirstGov.gov puts you in touch with your elected officials and the agencies and people they govern. Lots of good information here.
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The BBC has long been the standard for international journalism. At this site, you can watch, listen, and read live and recorded content from the BBC. (Be sure to catch the hourly World News Update!) But don’t stop with the news! Be sure to browse the History, Science, Society, and other categories to find rich content of unusually high quality. You could browse this site for many weeks without exhausting its abundant resources!
27
The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) is a movie-lover's paradise! Discover every movie your favorite actor/actress has been in, discover every actress/actor in your favorite movie! All the facts about all the films will be found here.
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Expedia.com makes travel very easy and about as cheap as it can be. Your one stop shop for low-cost air travel, hotels, rental cars, and tour packages!
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MSN's Slate is one of the premier online magazines. You'll find news, ideas, reviews, and much more here.
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Nutrition.gov provides authoritative information about health and nutrition. You will also find the USDA's National Nutrient Database here, which will allow you to evaluate your diet with more knowledge than ever before!
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Alternative medicine has found its voice on the web at Altmedicine.com! Having received praise from many sources (including the prestigious medical journal "The Lancet"), Altmedicine.com explores the best information from many sources on alternative approaches to human health.
32
When you need to get to know a city fast, Citysearch.com should be your first stop! You'll find information and reviews of restaurants, hotels, places to see, shopping, services, and much more about major American (and some international) cities at this site.
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Need a job? Visit Monster.com, an enormous database & job listing site for employers and employees to be!
34
Enter your Zip Code and find links to your Congresspersons, your President, and your state representatives! Project Vote Smart will help you become an informed and effective voter.
35
The online manifestaton of Scientific American magazine, Sciam.com presents clear, intelligent writing on the most important scientific discoveries, initiatives, and controversies of our time. Much of the content is free. And you can search past issues!
36
If you love sports, sports history, or sports statistics, ESPN.com is the site for you!
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MSN's online encyclopedia Encarta gives you fast, free access to an amazing range of facts. Much of the content is free, but some requires membership.
38
Findlaw.com provides a fantastic set of tools for anyone interested in American Law. Widely used by legal professionals, it can also be used profitably by laymen. Learn the facts about the laws that govern you from this excellent site!
39
One of the world's premier scientific journals, Nature, provides much of its content online (and much of it free!) Check out subject areas on Chemistry, Physics, Microbiology, Medicine and much more at this fantastic site!
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Though it's not quite a substitute for your favorite local paper, USA Today's "States" news will give you a summary of the major events in all 50 states of the Union.
41
Who would have thought that one of the best selections of fine art prints online would be available at a poster shop?! Allposters.com is almost like an online museum: but a museum at which you can buy what you see (at reasonable prices). Not only fine art, but movie and concert posters and many other things framable will be found here!
42
Time magazine is one most respected news magazines on earth. And much of its content is available free here!
43
Get clear, printable maps, driving directions, addresses of businesses, and much more at Mapquest.com
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Find your favorite old or out-of-print books at this wonderful site!
45
From Beethoven to the Beatles and beyond, you'll find Allmusic.com a treasure-trove of musical knowledge.
46
The National Institutes of Health maintains MedlinePlus for those interested in reliable information on prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Even so, you'll find many other valuable health-related resources here.
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As modest as it appears, the Open Directory is a true powerhouse in web-searching! It provides search data to many of the most widely-used search engines, and it itself is a first rate directory of the best of the Web.
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The Library of Congress is gradually making more and more of its collosal store of resources available on the web. Its website should afford you many happy hours of browsing.
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Online Radio is here, and MSN's Windows Media is one of the finest sites available devoted to it!
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Your favorite comics may be online, and they may be here! The latest contributions from Garfield, Calvin & Hobbes, Doonesbury, Cathy, Ziggy, and many others will be found at this easy-to-use site.
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A first-rate online almanac, atlas, dictionary, & encylcopedia, all rolled into one!
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What's good is not always popular, and what's popular is not always good, but on the Internet, popularity and quality go are found together often enough. Alexa.com helps you find the most frequently visited sites in many categories.
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When you're too busy to visit museums in person, you can visit them online! This fantastic guide to online museums is a great place to start.
54
The homepage of the United Nations presents a rich collection of information about the state of humankind on Planet Earth. Practical strategies for making this world a better place are laid out in substantial detail here.
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The Internet Sacred Text Archive presents the scriptures of the world's great spiritual traditions. You'll find sacred writings from Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Confucianism, and many others here (along with a few curious entries!)
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Artforum is one of the world's most widely read journals devoted to the fine arts. Be sure to check out there "Museum Finder" when you visit!
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Get sound medical information and tips on a healthy lifestyle from this respected site.
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The WWW Virtual Library relies on a consortium of experts around the world to present the richest content available on the Web in a broad range of subject areas.
59
MSN's MoneyCentral will help you make intelligent decisions about investing, taxes, loans, retirement, and all things financial.
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Wouldn't you love to track down some of your old school friends? Or maybe a favorite teacher who made a difference in your life? This is the place to start. Basic access is free, premium access is modestly priced.
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The Hompage of the European Union is home to a vast collection of information about all aspects of European government. The EU's goals and strategies for achieving them are discussed in detail.
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Nowhere is it easier to start your own discussion group or bulletin board about just about anything! Within minutes and with no cost, you can have your special subject humming with lively (and often scrappy) discussion. Free speech rules!
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This foremost literary journal is surprisingly generous with its content: access the full content of each edition online. Remarkable.
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Not only will you find jokes in abundance here, but each joke has a running rating from site visitors! Be forewarned, not all these jokes are in good taste!
65
Name the price you're willing to pay for airline tickets, hotels, rental cars, vacations, or cruises. There's no guarantee your offer will be accepted, but if it is, you will save some serious money!
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Which movie should you see this weekend? Rottentomatoes.com lets you read the opinions of over 100 critics (for most movies) to help you decide. The "Cream of the Crop" critics list may include your favorite critic. The popular "TomatoMeter" gives you a running average of the critics ratings for each film.
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The Internet Public Library, based at the University of Michigan, may be the next best thing to having a University library attached to your house! In some ways, it may be even better.
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We all know we should exercise, but what exercises are best for us? The American Council on Exercise describes exercises that are safe and effective for those wishing to stay in shape.
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The home of Quicken financial software, this site also provides free tools to help you plan and manage your assets.
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This celebrated classical music magazine is available online, much of the content free. Paying members will enjoy an extensive collection of additional resources.
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What does the latest research say about vitamins, minerals, nutritional supplements, and other nutrients? The Micronutrient Information Center of the Linus Pauling Institute provides detailed and well-documented information on all these. (Incidentally, Linus Pauling was the only person in history to win two Nobel Prizes!)
72
PC Magazine has long been a favorite read of computer and technology enthusiasts. For hardware and software reviews, as well as tips for improving your computing experience, be sure to visit this site!
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Yes, you have to subscribe for access, but it's worth it to read the Times of London online.
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The FedWorld Federal Job Search engine might land you in a new job quicker than you had thought possible! It's free to use, and user-friendly.
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One of the world's finest newspapers, the International Herald Tribune is also one of the few online newspapers that doesn't require registration to read, free or otherwise! (Let's hope it stays that way!)
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Over 20,000 free books on the Web, many of them classics! Search by author, title, subject, century, or just browse for fun.
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Play Chess, Checkers, card games, or work Crosswords online at Pogo.com, a free website maintained by Electronic Arts!
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BizRate.com may be "the largest, fastest, and most accurate shopping search engine on the Web". Save money and find top quality at this site.
79
Billboard Magazine has chronicled the world of popular music and entertainment since its founding in 1894! (Yes, that's 1894, not 1994!) Much of the information at this site is free.
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Translate the content of an entire website from one language to another simply by entering the site's web address! Or enter a block of text and translate it from one language to another! To be sure, the translation is not perfect, but it may be good enough for what you need. AltaVista's Babel Fish Translations site has been serving up automatic translations for years, and it's free! (To see Babel Fish in action, why not translate and display THIS website in any one of 10 languages with a single click of the mouse -- click here  to see our "Translation Bar"!
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Most of us would like to donate money, time, energy, or ideas to help the least advantaged people of the world. But it is a challenge to ensure that our donations are used effectively and responsibly. Give.org, a service of the Better Business Bureau, evaluates major charities and provides reports on how responsibly they do their work.
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"The Web's most extensive mathematics resource" will help you remember all the algebra, geometry, trig, statistics, calculus, and diffie-Q that you left behind years ago! And you'll probably learn a lot you never knew along the way.
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Webrings are like pearl necklaces of websites on related topics. Webring.org helps you find the webring that you'd like to browse or insert your own website into.
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CareerBuilder.com employs its network of more than 130 local newspapers to help employ YOU! If you're looking for work, do stop by!
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411.com is a combined online Yellow Pages, White Pages, People Finder, and more!
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This site exists to help people make intelligent buying decisions. It is a compendium of reviews from thousands of people on thousands of different products. A good site to visit before any major purchase.
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The Religious Studies Web Guide is an enormous collection of links to major journals in theology and spiritual philosophy.
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Arts & Letters Daily is a favorite stop for those who love thinking, literature, and dazzling ideas. It's always fresh and always relevant.
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The homepage of Nolo Press, the pioneers of do-it-yourself law, is also a rich source of free legal information.
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Classical music lovers of all different levels of experience and sublety will love this site devoted to the history and ideas of great western music.
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Create your own "blog" to express your ideas to the world and invite responses. This service is high quality, and it's free!
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The New York Times online does require (free) registration, but it is well worth that small investment of time. Keep up on events that shape the world by visiting often.
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Live online cameras are all over the world in fascinating and often unlikely places. Look through many windows on the world LIVE at Earthcam.com!
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The Better Business Bureau is online and ready to help in the continuing struggle against shoddy business practices.
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Harvard Medical School's respository of consumer health information will be found at this excellent site, along with many user-friendly articles on health, disease, drugs, and the human body.
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Keep a journal online about anything at all! And browse the journals of others. Livejournal.com is one of the most popular "blogging" sites, and with very good reason.
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The "Religion & Ethics" site of the BBC sets the world's great spiritual traditions side by side and provides extensive information on each of them.
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This "daily digest of arts, culture, and ideas" is sure to provide stimulation for aesthetes and intellectuals.
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The purpose of ticketmaster.com is simple: get the tickets you want easily, in advance, and at a reasonable cost.
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Project Gutenberg presents a collection of over 15,000 electronic books ("ebooks") available for free download! Most are older literary works in the public domain, many of the considered classics. An amazing and useful monument to the volunteer labor of thousands of participants!

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