Fax Zero
Send a fax for free from your computer. Free faxes are limited to two faxes, 3 pages each per day.
Improv Everywhere
Improv Everywhere causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. Created in August of 2001 by Charlie Todd, Improv Everywhere has executed over 80 missions involving thousands of undercover agents. The group is based in New York City. These pranksters do things to make people smile, not embarrass them.
Archive.org
Do you want to know what a website looked like like back years ago? How about the FDR Pearl Harbor audio clip? You can find them on Archive.org Archive.org is a digital library open 24/7.
NASA Pictures
America has launched countless spaceships and put a man on the moon, explored Mars, and sent and glimpsed the far reaches of space. NASA has documented its work. And it has built a large collection of extraordinary photographs. You can view the photo archive at GRIN (Great Images in NASA), . You'll see historical pictures and photos of spacecraft. There are also photos of astronauts and images from space.
You can get cool posters and pictures for your home from this site! Many of the photos aren't under copyright and they are free to use. Just make sure to read the copyright information before using a picture to verify you are allowed to use it for your purpose.
OldVersion.com/
Have you installed a new version of a program, but wish you didn't? You want to go back to an older version, but can't find the installation media? This site has older versions of popular programs.
Google Image Labeler
You and someone else are paired up. You are each presented with the same image. The idea is for each person to type things in that describe the image within a certain amount of time. If the descriptions match, that info is used in Google's DB for the image. You get "points" for matching descriptions.
Hyplets
Create free attractive online signatures
Snopes.com
Has someone sent you an e-mail saying that Microsoft will give a million dollars if you forward it on to ten people? How about the story about the person that died because they died from drinking too much Coca-Cola along with pop-rocks candy? Check them out on this online "Mythbusters" All of their research is referenced, so you too can go back to the source.
Pandora.com
This is an easy to use and free streaming music site. Here you can “build stations” around a particular style of music or an entire genre. A must for any music lover.
FootballOutsiders.com
No US football enthusiast would want to miss this website. Full of advanced statistics, and analysis.
Go Animate
Create your own animated content for free on GoAnimate. You need to register for a free account.
US National Archive
The government has more than 10 billion paper records, 30 million photographs and close to three million maps and charts, all stored in more than 30 buildings around the country. These historical documents are available to you in our exhibits and research rooms. Some are on this web site. Visit America's Historical Documents. This site is for the general public, genealogists/family historians, veterans and their families, educators and students, researchers, records managers, preservation and archives professionals, federal employees, members of Congress, and press/journalists.
Life Magazine Pictures
Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first time through the joint work of LIFE and Google. Examples:
People: Michael Jackson, Farah Fawcett, Marilyn Monroe, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jacqueline Kennedy.
Sports: Baseball, Diving, Gymnastics, Basketball, Football, Surfing.
Events: 1930s oil boom, March on Washington, Winter Olympics, Academy Awards. Vietnam War, World's Fair.
Search Tip: Add "source:life" to any Google image search and search only the LIFE photo archive. For example: computer source:life

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