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| Robert Moritz
Posted on 08/03/2003 5:06:14 PM PDT by lilylangtree
From IBM to NPOESS (National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System), this site will decode even the most cryptic initials.
News, stocks, e-mail and more--withoutannoying ads. Their motto: "No banners. No pop-ups. No kidding."
From Jack and the Beanstalk to Ulysses, 20,000 books--all free to rad over the Internet.
Checked out these sites. They appear legit. Considering the price of books nowadays, the last site looks like a fun place to visit. Thought I'd share what I read to any FReeper interested.
Thanks! I'm with you on the free books site.
posted on 08/03/2003 5:11:35 PM PDT
(Obstinacy is the curse of the ill informed; determination is the fruit of enlightenment.)
posted on 08/03/2003 5:12:53 PM PDT
posted on 08/03/2003 5:19:09 PM PDT
To: Temple Owl
posted on 08/03/2003 5:21:02 PM PDT
posted on 08/03/2003 5:23:39 PM PDT
kewl! Acronymfinder has freep listed :)
'The 1811 dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue' what a treasure.You're a flash mort and a knowing ken. Thanks.
posted on 08/03/2003 6:09:08 PM PDT
(Another Friendly Floridian.)
(BUmp and piNG}
posted on 08/03/2003 6:41:08 PM PDT
Thank You. It will be bookmarked
I would like to see a standoff between the Acronym-finder and my old supply sergeant. Kind of like the chess match against Big Blue.
posted on 08/04/2003 8:56:57 AM PDT
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