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Sure, you’ve got questions. Get answers from real people, for free. And you can remain anonymous, too. The AskMe.com experts will do their best for you.
Answers to your questions can be found at the oldest and largest free Q & A service on the Internet. AllExperts is staffed by thousands of volunteers who cover everything from recreation, gadgets and hobbies, to pets, relationships and careers.
Look up stuff in over 230 different languages, and also find plenty more word play like grammar and vocabulary aids, thesauri, linguistic fun, word of the day, 30+ multi-lingual dictionaries and more at this highly regarded site.
Whether you’re just curious, or need to know how to dress for your commute to work, check this information-packed weather site which includes satellite imagery, over 700 live weather cams, the National Hurricane Center, ski weather, and more.
So how far is it – as the crow flies? Check the distance between cities around the world.
Need to renew your passport? Want to do it by mail? The U.S. State Department offers instructions and mailing address.
You’re going overseas and need to learn how to say a few key phrases in Korean, Polish, Tagalog -- or any other language. This Foreign Languages for Travelers site offers help in a hurry.
When your plane touches down, are you landing during a national or religious celebration? Try checking with the Worldwide Holiday and Festival site.
Traveling out of the country? Get some quick exchange rates for foreign currency in over 30 nations.
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From dating and investing, to water sports and theme parks, Select Surf has a site map to get your motor running and take you to computer topics, travel topics, kid topics, music topics and more.
At a loss for words? Don't panic...the Internet Public Library Quotations Reference Page includes a vast offering of quotation collections, and also includes more specialized scientific, engineering, and movie quotes!
You never know when you’ll need a rhyming dictionary to express yourself.
Holy page-turner, here’s a site with thousands of books online, offering 13,000+ listings, even a foreign language archive!
Get some inspiration and motivation from Cyber Quotations-- over 24,000 quotations that include humor, and more.
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A greeting card can mend fences, offer a little encouragement, acknowledge a milestone with a pat on the back, inspire someone, or tell them how much they mean to you.
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At Ask Happyshrink, Happy posts questions, answers, message boards, advice, rants and ravings – and humor. You can also chat with Happyshrink online every Tuesday in a group therapy session.
Ever wonder how phobias are named? Find the answer, plus a list of several hundred phobias and places to look for help.
Anxiety disorders like panic disorders, phobias, and others are covered, together with valuable resources, at the National Institute of Mental Health's site in order to better understand conditions, treatments for disorders that can disrupt your life.
The September 11th attack left indelible scars on the childhoods of many of America's youth. One organization offers opportunities to pitch in and help others, resources for assistance, healthcare services, advice and support groups, as well as a free workbook, "First Aid for Feelings" to help kids manage feelings.
Here’s an invaluable psychology self-help site that offers information and links about specific disorders related to psychology like Alzheimer's, eating disorders, ADD, depression, mood and sleep disorders, substance abuse, trauma and more.
We’ve lost friends and loved ones to major illnesses. That’s why life-threatening illnesses, pain management and care for the dying are important issues for us. Growth House, a richly helpful, award-winning site provides a wealth of resources for end of life care and sponsors a Web Angels Brigade.
You don’t have to face grief and bereavement alone; find support groups, links, e-mail support, advice, discussions, tips on dealing with grief, coping with pet loss and more.
The Compassionate Friends offers grief support after the death of a child, providing friendship and understanding to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings through information, affirmation, and resources.
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