New Sites on the Web from Week of April 24

  1. - A law site for the common person bringing information, resources and community together in an every day manner so that people can make smarter use of the law. Provides consumers with easy access to legal resources.
  2. Guide Outdoors - An outdoor lifestyle Web portal. Find the latest articles on your favorite outdoor activities, tips, maps, local weather forecasts, DNR information, experts columns, gear reviews, and outdoor adventure travel planning.
  3. - An Internet portal for museums and cultural institutions worldwide.
  4. - You can buy, sell or lease property of your own choice, read the latest news from the real estate markets and plan and tour your very own house, factory or office using interactive technology. Find the best architects and interior designers, the most affordable construction rates or the most favourable terms of housing finance.
  5. - A new, searchable business-to-business database of U.S. manufacturers. Users simply enter a product description, select a geographic region, and click "Begin Search." The MNI search engine queries all 442,794 companies in the database cross-relationally to more than 10,000 product description/category headings.
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  7. Secretary2000 - Provides Secretaries and Administrative Professionals with a Web site that focuses exclusively on their needs to help make their jobs a little easier.
  8. Talented Kids - A theme oriented Internet kids portal showcasing the talents of today's youth. Brings a community of kids together for a safe, fun, and educational exploration of the Internet.
  9. WorthGuide - Provides pricing information on hundreds of thousands of items traded at online auctions. Buyers and sellers can immediately see if the price of a particular item is realistic.
  10. America's Story from America's Library - A children's educational Web site features a collection of photographs, films, sound recordings, maps and other documents. The site offers quizzes and interactive media in five main categories: "Meet Amazing Americans", "Jump Back in Time", "Explore the States", "Join America at Play", and "See, Hear, Sing".
  11. - From leukemia to breast cancer to skin cancer, this site is a good resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about cancer.
  12. The Car Connection - The Web's automotive authority, with weekly updates of news, reviews, and opinions from around the world. Check out for continuing, complete coverage of the dozens of hot new cars, trucks, concepts and crossovers debuting at the New York International Auto Show.
  13. NAPA Online - The site allows visitors to customize search information specific to their car's make and model. If site visitors are planning a do-it-yourself car project, NAPAonline will help produce a list of the parts and supplies needed. Visitors can then order the merchandise online or take the shopping list to the nearest NAPA store for purchase.
  14. Martin Senour Paints - Ever had trouble visualizing how a color will look in a room or on the exterior of a house once you apply it? Palette match helps take the guesswork out of choosing colors. Just make a selection of either "interior" or "exterior", and you will be able to use color collections from Martin Senour to "paint a room."
  15. - Steven Seagal launched his official Web site, offering a Macromedia Flash-powered look at the life and works of the martial arts master who became a Hollywood action star.
  16. Willo - The Dinosaur With a Heart - A team of scientists in North Carolina and Oregon used medical technology to probe an iron-stained concretion inside a dinosaur's chest.

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