iPodLounge

Portable music has changed a lot since I was a youngster. I remember getting an AM transistor radio and listening to the World Series at school (that was when they played day games). Cassette tapes made it easy to take whole albums outside and listen to, and CDs, well, that has opened up a whole new world of portable tunes. Now solid state MP3 players are changing how we carry our tunes (and other information) around. My personal choice for an MP3 player is the Apple iPod. I searched many players and many types, but this is the one that I kept coming back to. What I found comforting in the iPod world, was the amount of user-to-user interaction on many websites. Today we look at one that I really feel is one of the best.

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The Elephants of Cameroon

As our world expands, the relationship between man and beast changes. As civilization expands, the wilderness shrinks, and the animal kingdom suffers. Today’s FamSite is one that looks at efforts to change that shrinking. Called The Elephants of Cameroon, it is a site that explores the mission of the North Carolina Zoo as they track … Read more…

Hairy the Caterpillar

Today’s site has a bit of nostalgic flavor to it. It is a site that was one of the first Family Sites of the Days that was featured, back in March of 1997. I thought it would be fun to return to it, and see how it is doing, almost 5 1/2 years later. The … Read more…

The Elephants of Cameroon

As our world expands, the relationship between man and beast changes. As civilization expands, the wilderness shrinks, and the animal kingdom suffers. Today’s FamSite is one that looks at efforts to change that shrinking. Called The Elephants of Cameroon, it is a site that explores the mission of the North Carolina Zoo as they track … Read more…