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Take my mind off the thunder--- tell me of a website you enjoyed. (It needn't be a journal---anything!)---Al
-- Al Schroeder (email@example.com), April 27, 2000
My HMO website is ineteresting to me as I can keep track of what is happening to my kids, I can read up on medication, I can make a non-urgent apointment. There are areas to read up on various a ailments. There are many other good health sites.
Any site where I can see the great works of arts, the ones I will never be able to travel to.
ACLU - Peacefire - Columbine, Mr. Todd Belton's offspring as well as his Mouth Organ.
The web sites dealing with the Eugene, Oregon area the University paper there, the Register Guard the big paper, the Library.
More to come as I find them.
-- Denver doug (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 28, 2000.
The MI-deomocrats webpage keeps me more informed about things than the news, most of the time. Sadly, I also use www.weather.com to check the weather in the morning. I guess that I'm used to the idea that my early morning entails nothing but coffee and SILENCE (the preschool I work at will be noisy enough, when I get there) that I use the internet to check up on daily happenings rather than watching the news.
-- AJ (email@example.com), April 28, 2000.
Entertainment? Take your mind off troubles? So why go to news sites? For me, the best and greatest site in the world is all of one page - www.choppingblock.com - a design company's site.
And for hours of fun and bouncing cows, there's www.just2juicy.com
-- Aaron Bihari (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 28, 2000.