Dictionary.comThe English language is complicated, and in some ways, illogical. As such, I need a good user's manual for it almost every day. Here it is.
LivemochaLivemocha (in beta) is a new, free approach to learning new languages, enhancing the process by establishing learning alliances with "language buddies" from around the globe.
TreehuggerHere you can find a lot of information on how to live greener every day. The site specializes in covering the "green" as pects of many parts of life-everything from food to business to recreation to fashion. You'll also find news and views on the
FixYa - solutions for everythingYour iPod just flat-lined. Don't panic, and don't throw it. At FixYa, a team of experts and a large group of users address common tech and gadget breakdowns and how to fix them. You can get help by posting a message on the site or by having a Web chat with one of the experts.
InstructablesLearn how to make anything from a corsage to a catapult. Users write in about what they do or have invented, and how they did it.
Print What You Like.comPrintWhatYouLike lets you print the good parts of any web page while skipping ads and other junk.
Encyclopedia of Life"Imagine an electronic page for each species of organism on Earth.". It is a free, online collaborative encyclopedia intended to document all of the 1.8 million living species known to science. It aims to build one "infinitely expandable" page for each species, including video, sound, images, graphics, as well as text.