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January Cybertips

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 15 January 2008 00:00

Trick #1: Would You Make it in the Big Leagues?

Want to see how you would stand up to a 90 mph fastball thrown by a major league pitcher? This site will test your reaction time to see how you would make out in the big leagues.

This is a good place to see how the old reflexes are working when you see the "swing batter" screen. Depending on your reaction time you will be rewarded with a strike, a ball, a hit or, if you have the reflexes of Superman - a home run.

Cheaper than going to the Neurologist - and a heck of a lot more fun.

Trick #2: Be an Instant Wizard

Want to wow your company with a magic show for the holidays? Here's an easy on-line trick you can amaze you friends with -- and you don't even have to know how it works.

Someone reportedly tried this out on the Great Houdini and even fooled the great one. Try it and have some fun for the holidays. Guaranteed to blow your mind.

Great Place #1: Evaluate Charities With Ease

It's the time of year when folks open their wallets and pitch in to help the many worthwhile charities. But how can you be sure that the group you are considering is functioning responsibly and on an economically sound basis?

You can get help at this great place which is the nation's largest and most utilized evaluator of charities. Their team of professional analysts examines thousands of America's best-known charities to help you with your charitable decisions. The site is easy to navigable by charity name, location or type of activity and also features donation tips, along with top-10 and bottom-10 lists which rank efficient and inefficient organizations in a number of categories.

Time Magazine, Forbes, Reader's Digest and Kiplinger's all agree that this is one great place.

Great Place #2: How Stuff Works

Ever wonder how TiVo sets work? How users set them up to skip through commercials? How the banking system insures your deposits? How REITs Work? Why snow is white? This great place has all the answers and is organized in sections like Communication, Computer, Electronics, Entertainment, Food & Recipes, Health, Home & Garden, Money, Business ,Credit and Debt, Financial Planning, People, Science and Travel -- just to name a few. Or you can do a simple word search to find out how Oliver R. Smoot became a standard of measurement.

Worth bookmarking for the day you really need to know how stuff works.

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