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Digg is a website that is generated entirely by users. The Digg community posts interesting blogs and websites and the sites that are looked at the most by other Digg users, go to the front page of the site.
Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, Entertainment Publications is an industry leader in 50% off coupons. These include discounts for restaurants, movies, car repairs, and much more.
Flickr, a Canadian company, was launched in 2004. It is a popular site for photo sharing. In addition, it is used by bloggers as a photo repository. Users can use Flickr to produce customized greeting cards, stamps, photo albums, and calendars.
LendingTree is an online loan and realty services marketplace. Users submit information and LendingTree sends applications to banks who submit loan offers. Users will receive up to four specific offers.
California-based Linksys is a division of Cisco Systems that produces VoIP, Wireless, and Ethernet networking solutions for home, SOHO, and small business users.
My Way is a search engine powered by selected information and news providers, with no banner ads or pop-ups. On My Way, users can customize their sites to give one-click access to features and services on other sites.
Rhapsody is a membership-based music service that gives users unlimited access to a catalog of millions of full-length, CD quality tracks.
On the website, users can book air flights, hotels, rent cars, get train tickets, and book cruises. There is also information about popular destinations and special deals.
On this website, users can browse through thousands of photographs on almost any subject imaginable. Users can also submit photographs, create online albums, slideshows, and ecards.
This is the MSN sports website. It has links to all major sports including NFL, MLB, Nascar, NCAA FB, NCAA BK, soccer, golf, tennis, boxing and more.
This is the America Online site for music. Here users can find information about artists, see music videos, listen to songs, get news about the music world, Internet radio, free downloads, and more. Users do not have to be AOL members.
The National Zoo, a part of the Smithsonian Institute, is located in Washington D.C. The Zoo was founded in 1889, and today there are over 2000 animals from 400 species. The website informs users about visiting and supporting the zoo.
Accuweather, established in 1962, is an authority on weather. Users can find local forecasts for everywhere in the U.S. and over 2 million locations worldwide. They also offer products and services to over 250,000 paying customers in the media.
This website, in English and French, is the for the airline Air Canada, the 14th largest commercial airline in the world. Air Canada serves over 32 million customers on five continents annually.
AirTran is a low-fare airline designed for business travelers. It was founded in 1993 and launched the first ticketless travel that year. Its headquarters are in Orlando, Florida.
This website provides information and stock quotes for companies listed on the American Stock Exchange. Users can find out how to trade stocks on AMEX or use AMEX to trade on any of the other stock exchanges, such as NYSE or Nasdaq.
Boost Libraries are a series of peer-reviewed, open source libraries that are intended to extend the usefulness of Boost C++ software. Boost++ users can find support on the Boost Users mailing list.
Boston.com is the Internet site for the Boston Globe newspaper. Users can read today's paper and selected other articles for free. Users must subscribe to read the archives.
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