Let the Internet help during the long winter
Well, winter is here. As the weather gets colder, you will find yourself indoors more, looking for things to do. The Internet is a great place to find information, ideas, and projects to keep you occupied.
Jeffrey B. Dalin, DDS, FAGD, FICD
Well, winter is here. As the weather gets colder, you will find yourself indoors more, looking for things to do. The Internet is a great place to find information, ideas, and projects to keep you occupied. In fact, once you sit down in front of your computer, you might find yourself spending a lot of time online, once you know the places to visit.
I thought I would use my column this month to give you a tour of the World Wide Web. Hopefully, you will bookmark a number of these sites and refer to them many times in the winter days ahead.
For the "do-it-yourself" types:
For the history buffs out there:
For the information collectors:
For those shopping for a new or used car:
For those into movies, television shows, or radio shows:
Looking for freeware for your computer:
Looking for your family tree:
Interested in studying about legal issues:
Throwing a party? Check these sites out:
These sites should provide you with hours and hours of inside entertainment over the winter months and beyond. There are some great ways to pass those long days of winter online if you know where to find them.
Jeffrey B. Dalin, DDS, FAGD, FICD, practices general dentistry in St. Louis. He also is the editor of St. Louis Dentistry magazine and spokesman and critical-issue-response-team chairman for the Greater St. Louis Dental Society. His address on the Internet is www.dfdasmiles.com. Contact him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (314) 567-5612, or by fax at (314) 567-9047.