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WebShots.com

March 13, 2002 No Comments

WebShots.com Tired of looking at a dull and boring computer desktop? Ready to jazz it up with some cool and colorful picture, but the cost of doing so scares you. Then how about doing it for free. Today's FamSite tells you how to, and all without leaving the comfort of your own chair. The site is called Web... continue reading...

SafeKids.com

March 11, 2002 No Comments

SafeKids.com Safety for children is a part of life that can be taken for granted. Many are the times a parent or guardian has forgotten to snap a seat belt, or let a child play unattended, even for just a few moments. The site we are visiting today is a collection of safety tips for both kids and parents... continue reading...

American Life Histories

March 10, 2002 No Comments

American Life Histories Back in the days before the Internet (yes, there was such a time), back before there were even computers, the major form of communication was the written and printed word. Books, magazines, newspapers all contributed to the spread of information. But in the 1930's, with our country ... continue reading...

Youth For Christ

March 9, 2002 No Comments

Youth For Christ Growing up in the world today is very difficult. The pressures that children have placed upon them by peers and adults are just incredible. But sites like today's are helping them to cope with everyday realities, in a very positive way. The site, Youth For Christ, is an area where young... continue reading...

The American Civil War Homepage

March 8, 2002 No Comments

The American Civil War Homepage Looking for a subject to do a school history report on? Want to spend some time cruising some online museums, and finding out about one of the most important events in our nation's history? If so, then today's Family Site is for you. The site is called The American Civil ... continue reading...

Bonanza The Website

March 7, 2002 No Comments

Bonanza The Website In an effort to maintain family peace, I gave my wife a chance to pick a web site that interested her. I should have known that it would involve her favorite television show of all time (and one of the greatest western series of all times), Bonanza. The story of a father and his thre... continue reading...

Heavy Metal Memories

March 6, 2002 No Comments

Heavy Metal Memories Taking my lunch to school was something that made me feel real grown up. I had a lunch pail just like my dad's. Although it didn't look quite like his, it served the same purpose. Mine had a picture of Captain Kangaroo, Bunny Rabbit, and Mr. Moose on it. I wonder what recycling pile it... continue reading...

Welcome to Pud’s Clubhouse

March 5, 2002 No Comments

Welcome to Pud’s Clubhouse One of my childhood memories was learning to blow bubbles using bubble gum. It was a chore, a messy one if you ask my mother. But it was one of those childhood rituals that we all go through. Today's FamSite visits one of the sponsors of those childhood memories, and helps to crea... continue reading...

Women First Healthcare

March 4, 2002 No Comments

Women First Healthcare Health issues as people grow older can change. For example, what once was a stiff back in the morning may now be the sign of something a little more serious. With the growth of the Internet over the past few years the amount of information available to the general public has increase... continue reading...

Musicals 101

March 3, 2002 No Comments

Musicals 101 An American institution that has been around for years, and is still around today, is the stage musical. From Annie Get Your Gun, to Showboat, to Babes in Arms, and even George Washington, Jr. the history of stage musicals is long and special. Today's FamSite features a site that celebrates t... continue reading...