Website of the Week
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Identity theft is a growing concern for a group that might not seem likely: Teenagers.
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
A new study finds that people who lie during a texting or online conversation take longer to respond.
While the Internet offers us access to a plethora of educational information and tools to live our lives better and more efficiently, some of us know what it's really for: cats and procrastination.
We've been drawing stick figures since we were kids, and today's website wants to feed your nostalgia.
Totally Looks Like uses the magic of the Internet to bring look-alikes together in one place.
Nobody sends letters anymore.
With this site, you just type in a favorite website and it will give you a collection of similar domains.
Remember that time in junior high school where you had to memorize all the classifications of animals?
Not all deleted tweets are as self-maligning as Weiner's and not all politicians who make Twitter slip-ups are as high-profile, but a website launched last May aims to collect them all going forward.
Times change and so do video file formats. Unfortunately, not all computers speak the same language. But don't worry. WTOP is here with a website to set you and your files free.
Abe Vigoda died in 1982 according to People magazine, yet he was able to appear in one of the most popular commercials in the 2010 Super Bowl. This week's WOTW will answer the question: Is Abe Vigoda dead?
Feeling down? If the usual methods (crying to a friend, eating an entire pizza, blowing up some virtual bad guys, etc.) aren't working, might we suggest The Nicest Place on the Internet.
"Where the world watches the world."
Thursday is Thanksgiving which means the scariest day of the year, which isn't Halloween, has yet to come. BargainSwoop makes finding deals easy and keeps your inbox clear.
With the stories users submit, Cowbird finds connections with other stories in an effort to create a "vast, interconnected ecosystem, in which we all take part."
Classes from the top universities that won't cost you a cent.
As we approach the holidays and a contentious election, we can be on information overload. So, this week's website is for everyone who just needs a break.
It seems there are two types of people: those good at art and those good at science. But today's weird and wonderful Website of the Week brings them together.
The Internet is a treasure trove of information, but as more people head for Wikipedia as opposed to the encyclopedia - how can we be sure we're getting accurate historical data?
This completely free financial planning site offers a way to combine financial accounts in one place to make monitoring easier and savings goals more attainable.
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Are you tossing and turning when you try to sleep? Is a pulsating migraine taking over your concentration? If so, Sound Sleeping may be for you. The site lets users combine up to five sounds from a list of 37 to perfect a relaxing mix.
Installing software on a new computer isn't the headache it once was.
Founded in 2007, Freerice lets users donate grains of rice simply by answering educational questions correctly in a game. The site earns money from advertisement banners displayed while users play, and in turn uses the funds to purchase rice.