Sundays is a 10 episode web series filmed in Mendocino County. About a Small Northern California Town and the eclectic characters that call it home. It has drama, comedy, romance, and mystery all in one show. The show premiered on the evening of Sunday, November 6, 2011 and was created by Cindy Lemas, Executive Producer. You can find more information at their website http://www.sundaystheseries.com
Paperbackswap.com is a free online site for sharing and buying books. Members earn credits by offering their own books. Then when another member requests a book, by sending the copy to them, the credits accumulate so that swaps can be made. For more information see: http://www.paperbackswap.com/
The Noyo Watershed Alliance (NWA) was formed in 2001. The alliance has community and landowner support. Its goal is to accomplish high-priority environmental recovery tasks that may cross ownership boundaries.
The watershed group is comprised of the City of Fort Bragg, the Salmon Restoration Association, and the three largest landowners in the Noyo River Hydrologic Sub-Area. These landowners consist of Jackson Demonstration State Forest, Campbell Timberland Management, and the Mendocino Redwood Company. Furthermore, the Alliance has regular community support and members participate in meetings and activities.
The California Department of Fish and Game provides technical advice to the Noyo Watershed Alliance and the Noyo Watershed Alliance is partnered with Trout Unlimited.
They can be found at http://www.noyoriver.org/
http://www.stumbleupon.com/ is a unique website where users define their interests and then "stumble" the web. Stumbling consists of the web surfer being taken from one randomized website to the next based on their predefined interests. While stumbling users can vote sites up or down which "teaches" StumbleUpon the types of content they like to find. It's fun and entertaining and you never know what you are going to discover next.
The emergence of Web 2.0 came about largely due to sites which enable and encourage User Generated Content (UGC). Forums, wikis, social media websites, and question and answer sties are just a few examples of UGC platforms. Interactivity on the web allows people to comment on blog posts, news articles, videos, and review products in online stores. Video sharing websites and online gaming have given rise to global interactivity in the information digital age.
Dmegs http://www.dmegs.com/ is an online website directly. It is a great resource for finding websites by subject and category. As the web grows at an alarming rate, Dmegs provides useful and advanced search and filtering tools to find relevant websites. Dmegs is a comprehensive human-edited directory, which keeps the site high quality and cutting edge. Their global perspective on website organization is a valuable resource for any internet user.
Have a programming question? Likely it's been asked before. Search Stack Overflow for the answer: http://stackoverflow.com/
Stack Overflow is one of my favorite sites for finding answers to difficult and baffling programming questions. The site is a Q & A (question and answer) site where anyone can post a question and then receive answers from several experienced programmers. Users vote on the most useful answers so site visitors can quickly see what has worked for other's in the past and get right back to development.
Legend of Neil is a web video series parody based on the video game series The Legend of Zelda. Neil is a down and out gas station worker from Trenton New Jersey who gets magically sucked into Nintendo's Legend of Zelda. As Link he must quest to save the princess Zelda and slay the evil Ganon. Packed with adult humor these short webisodes are sure to leave any Zelda fan itching for the controller. Watch them here: http://effinfunny.com/legend-of-neil
Ok, so (almost) everyone loves adorable photos of kittens and cats on the internet. This site takes it to the next level with hilarious captions. Check it out and enjoy the photos. http://www.lolcats.com/
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