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The Nerdiest Museum in History

Headed for an adventure in the great outdoors? Don't leave home without checking first. The site includes trail and park information, basic tips for beginners, a photo gallery, and a lively message board. You'll also find reviews that will help you find the best gear for your trip.

Corporate America
Forget about Enron! The most talked-about corporation in 2002 will undoubtedly be AndyCo. This mega-corporation was founded by a former sailor and glee club enthusiast in 1895 as The Andrew Company. Andy IV changed the name to AndyCo in 1975 and expanded the company's dominance. AndyCo is now involved in low-cost space exploration, oil, cable TV, banana shoes, and so much more. Check it out, and find out how you can become a part of the AndyCo team!

Foreign Postcards
Want to send someone a postcard from the other side of the globe, but you don't want to leave your chair? Go to, where you can choose from thousands of digital postcards that include images from all over the world. The huge database is searchable by region, theme, mood, and art. Pick your card, type out your message, and let it flyyy.

Museum for Geeks
Take a trip back in time to the early days of computing; a time when the mighty Cray 1A Supercomputer crunched numbers at amazing speeds; and when Macs and Commodore 64s brought computing power to the masses. You can see the entire history of the computer in one outstanding and incredibly nerdy museum! The DigiBarn, in Northern California, houses an enormous collection of antique computers, manuals, and assorted paraphernalia.

Presidents Say the Darn'dest Things
Whether you adore the man or can't stand him, you have to admit that Dubya says some idiotic things. Here's one of our illustrious president's gem's from last October: "And we'll be tough and resolute as we unite, to make sure freedom stands, to rout out evil, to say to our children and grandchildren, we were bold enough to act, without tiring, so that you can live in a great land and in a peaceful world. And there's no doubt in my mind, not one doubt in my mind, that we will fail." Here's another showing his command of English grammar: "This doesn't have nothing to do with reputation." You'll find over 500 more quotes just like these on

Rare Diseases
The National Organization for Rare Disorders features a database of detailed information on over 1,100 diseases. They also have information about more than 2,000 support groups, voluntary health organizations, and non-profit agencies that help people affected by rare diseases.

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