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free e-cards

For centuries, there has been correspondence between people from both close and faraway places. People send letters, packages, and postcards to each other by the millions on a daily basis. In the late 20th Century, email became a popular way of sending messages to these same people, but now being able to do it much faster than ever before, almost ... Read More »

Live Maps

Live Maps is a service from Microsoft currently known by its full name Live Search Maps. Live Search Maps is a service where users can find both simple and complex maps of destinations, as well as find driving, walking, or transit maps between two locations. These services primarily allows users to do these functions for cities in the United States. ... Read More »

msn

The Microsoft Network is the full name of a conglomerate of online services offered under the umbrella name of MSN. The Microsoft Network did not come to fruition until 1995 when it was launched at the same time as Windows 95. Since then, MSN provides Internet users with a wide variety of options, presenting dozens of uses at any one ... Read More »

news

The word news is primarily and simply defined by Merriam-Webster as “a report of recent events” and “previously unknown information.” Whatever happens in the world around us, that “happening” can be considered news to the person or persons who don’t know what has occurred. For as long as humans have been around, if something happened, people communicated the news to ... Read More »

web md

Web MD, which is more commonly known together as one word, WebMD, is an informational site dedicated to the world of health. Utilizing an expert staff in the worlds of professional health services and journalism, WebMD provides users and fellow doctors with a comprehensive directory of content dedicated to helping people learn more about themselves and what helps them thrive ... Read More »

webmd

WebMD is an informational site dedicated to the world of health. Utilizing an expert staff in the worlds of professional health services and journalism, WebMD provides users and fellow doctors with a comprehensive directory of content dedicated to helping people learn more about themselves and what helps them thrive and/or ails them. WebMD also provides up-to-date news stories, reference materials, ... Read More »

autotrader

Autotrader, which is more commonly known as Auto Trader, is one of the oldest print publications associated with the buying and selling of cars in the world today. Auto Trader originated in the mid-1970s in the United Kingdom, but quickly spread out to other countries such as the United States, Ireland, and Canada. Along with its magazine, which is released ... Read More »

auto trader

Auto Trader is one of the oldest print publications associated with the buying and selling of cars in the world today. Auto Trader originated in the mid-1970s in the United Kingdom, but quickly spread out to other countries such as the United States, Ireland, and Canada. Along with its magazine, which is released on a regular basis, Auto Trader also ... Read More »

pink eye

Pink eye is defined by WebMD as “redness and swelling of the conjunctiva, the mucous membrane that lines the eyelid and eye surface. The lining of the eye is usually clear. If irritation or infection occurs, the lining becomes red and swollen.” Pink eye can be contracted by several methods. These include other airborne infections caused by virus or bacteria, ... Read More »

pinkeye

Pinkeye which is more commonly spelled pink eye, is defined by WebMD as "redness and swelling of the conjunctiva, the mucous membrane that lines the eyelid and eye surface. The lining of the eye is usually clear. If irritation or infection occurs, the lining becomes red and swollen." Pink eye can be contracted by several methods. These include other airborne ... Read More »