New Sites on the Web from Week of April 22

  1. - An online travel and resource guide for dog lovers. Dedicated to finding places that people and dogs can enjoy together. Focuses on listing only places that allow dogs of ALL sizes and breeds.
  2. GovBenefits - A trial version of a Web site that is designed to help U.S. citizens determine their eligibility for government benefits. The GovBenefits site features 52 benefits programs ranging from Social Security to Pell grants. U.S. citizens can determine whether they qualify for benefits programs by answering questions about their finances and living status.
  3. OpinionJournal - The free web site from The Wall Street Journal's editorial page contains topics ranging from government bureaucracy to terrorism and breaking world events. Publishes original commentary by such noted political analysts as Pulitzer Prize winner Dorothy Rabinowitz, former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan, award-winning political journalist John Fund, former Delaware Governor Pete du Pont, and Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Bartley, editor of The Wall Street Journal.
  4. goBCL - Provides customers with a fast and free document conversion tool for creating PDF (Portable Document Format) or HTML (Hypertext Mark Up Language) formats from anywhere in the world.
  5. TrueTime - Provides timing solutions for a wide range of applications such as computer networks, telecommunications, power utilities, research institutes, aerospace and military test ranges. Visitors will also find on the new site informative Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), educational white papers, and user testimonials discussing the many advantages of using a precise network time server.
  6. Desktop - Provides you with the most accurate, late breaking weather conditions on the planet. Simply download Desktop now and you'll always know what's going on outside even before you open the door. With Desktop you can: Keep up-to-date on the latest weather conditions in your own personalized area, be advised of severe weather that is headed your way, be an amateur meteorologist and see storms on your own personal radar screen.
  7. iSeeTV - The iSeeTV system is the first interactive home shopping system that delivers all the benefits of electronic commerce but uses only two familiar pieces of technology - the TV and the phone, but with a personal assistant to give shoppers the answers to their questions. A true shopping experience where participants where converse with a live, onscreen advisor.
  8. NexCode - The company's technology (NetDVD)permits video to be broadcast online at 24-30 frames per second, without cumbersome downloading and buffering. This means that consumers will now be able to broadcast videos, commercials and movie trailers to online viewers at speeds that are up to 100 times faster than before.

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