The editorial staff of Website Compass has come
up with a listing of some of their favorite, most useful (and some not
so useful) websites. Check them out. We think you'll enjoy them as well.
1914, President Woodrow Wilson made the official announcement that proclaimed
Mother's Day as a national holiday to be held each year on the 2nd Sunday
of May. In 1924, dads finally caught up (they were probably out mowing
the yard, washing the Model T or maybe just napping on the couch) and
had their official day proclaimed by President Calvin Coolidge. These
sites are dedicated to both mom and pop.
TV moms and supermodel moms, to political moms and athletic moms, visit
Biography.com's special 100 Moms section and read up on some of the most
interesting mothers in recent history. Ever wonder what mom was the first
to host the Tonight Show? Or how about a mom who grew up in the U.S. and
is now a Queen? Read all about it on this site.
So you think you know everything there is to know
about Father's Day, huh? Then we challenge you to the Father's Day Trivia
Quiza true test of the absurd and obscure. (You will need Shockwave
Flash to take the test. But in case you don't have it, you can download
it right off their site.)
Just when you thought you had seen every shopping
site on the Internet, here's one that really fits the bill (or Jim or
Tom or whatever your dad's name is). It's called DadsDay.com and it features
tons of gift ideas for Father's Day. From barbecue tools to Swiss army
knives, you won't find a more comprehensive site for dad-type items.
Hey dads - if you have small children who are looking for something unique
to make for mom for Mother's Day, then this website is for you! You'll
find eighteen simple crafts that the kids can make for mom without a lot
of expense and hassle.
For a lot of you, it is time to start thinking
about getting back into the swing of thingsliterally. If your slice
has turned into a hook, or you just need some new golf supplies, one of
these sites is sure to help.
The latest golf news, information about tournaments,
PGA tournament schedules, key statistics, money leaders and more can be
found at Golf.com. And if it's golf tips you're looking for, you'll find
it all here, too!
Ever wish you had golf balls that said, "Stolen
from the golf bag of (your name)"? GolfPromotions.com offers imprinting
of your name and logo on lots of different golf related items. From tees
to golf towels, you can put your name all over your local golf course.
From putting and chip shots commentary, to features
about grip pressure and swing thoughts, the player looking to improve
his or her game will enjoy visiting this site. It even features a "Tip
of the Day" for the real golf enthusiasts.
Just as the domain name suggests, this site is
all about golf's premier player, Tiger Woods. You'll find tips from the
pro, news updates, little known facts about Tiger, as well as the chance
to purchase the Tiger Woods' polo that he's been sporting this season
The Web is loaded with sites that can help make
your house a home. Inside, outside, decorating or repairhere are
just a few home improvement sites that might be of some assistance.
Based on the magazine of the same name, this website
offers Handy Hints, a Home Improvement Library, and wonderful how-to graphics
that will help you make home repairs and home improvements like the pros.
If you like the TV channel, then you'll love the
Home & Garden Television website. Decorating, remodeling, gardening, crafts
and a lot more can be found at HGTV.com. You can even find past episodes
of the shows on their website, as well as a current program guide.
So THIS is the summer you are finally going to
build that deck. Well, to start things off on the right "footing,"
you might want visit this site first. It features deck plans, photos of
others' projects, FAQs and even a forum to post questions and comments
about deck building.
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