TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks of 18 minutes or less. TED began in 1984 and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues
Provides support for teenage problems through a network of peers.
New York Public Library's website for teens. Includes recommended reading plus information on authors.
A fantastic, comprehensive site of book reviews and information on popular authors.
Created for teens looking for information about health, relationships and growing up. A project of the Nemours Foundation.
Test Guides published by the New York State Department of Civil Service.
Candlemaking projects and instructions; scent mixing ideas and recipes; tips on color and scenting, decorating and molds; and a dictionary of candlemaking terms.
Bulletin boards, mailing lists, online classes, free patterns and tips on making dolls, and much more.
Inspirational "Last Lecture" by Carnegie Mellon professor Randy Pausch.
A question and answer service for math students in grades K-12.
Web site features articles describing the life and works of central New York native and prominent woman's suffrage advocate, Matilda Joslyn Gage.
Learn how to earn, budget, save and invest money. Tips for parents and teachers are included. Presented by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation.
More than 25,000 web and downloadable books, plus categories like "Prize Winners Online."
Photoshop tutorials, plugins, downloads, books, and more...
Contains basic information on crafting with polymer clay. Includes information on choosing and mixing clay, using the pasta machine, cane work, firing and making clay jewelry.
From the Washington Post, an archive of multimedia, stories, speeches and race results featuring memorable moments on the 2008 campaign trail.
Maps and charts from the Washington Post showing Presidential, Senate, House, and Governor election results from 2012
This New York Times web site features: candidate profiles with news articles and video; campaign finances; an overview of the results by state; and the candidates' stands on issues such as abortion, health care, and Iraq.
The New York Times covers the Presidential, Senate, House, and individual state results for the 2012 election.
Information on and links to resources on exploring colleges and graduate schools, improving test scores, and scholarship aid.
Surveys from college students are compiled to give detailed information of the best 357 colleges. Also guides you as to how to narrow your choices, and gives tips for acceptance.
Comprehensive guide to quilting links, tips and techniques, and fun projects.
Website describes programs, resources, and funding that Tech Garden makes available to companies in the Upstate New York region.
The web site for the Ken Burns documentary series on the Second World War.
TheaterMania.com is a comprehensive resource for complete Broadway, Off Broadway, and worldwide theater listings, ticket discounts, news, and reviews.
Searchable site from PBS television series features how-to articles on house remodeling and renovation.
Information on American and Canadian companies, brand names, and products.
Databases include summaries and status of bills ('73-present), full text of bills ('89-present), Public Laws ('73-present), daily Congressional Record ('89-present). roll call votes, and committee reports.
Site from Threads magazine, with articles on materials, patterns, design, and fitting Most information geared toward garment construction. Also includes information on quilting and a collection of machine-embroidery design downloads.
TickCo specializes in premium tickets to theater, concert, and sporting events. Provides listings of show dates and times by name, performer, or city.
Chronological and geographical depiction of art history from 20,000 B.C. to 2000 A.D. with representative works from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The Ohio State University Timeline section of their ehistory site.
Helpful information from the Federal Trade Commission includes fact sheets on online shopping and getting the best deal.
Highlights of events of the day with links to the Library of Congress's digital collections.
Official website for Test of English Language as a Foreign Language programs and services.
Commercial site offers tutorials, quick tips, a reference section, and several free projects.
Website for New York State's Town and Village Courts provides FAQ's on small claims, court clerks, court records, summary proceedings/landlord-tenant, and criminal cases.
Links to Town government, departments, Board agendas and minutes
Links to Town budget, Board agendas and minutes, and Supervisor's Reports.
Join in on the planning and celebration of the Town's 200th birthday!
International travel advisories issued by the State Department.
Travel advice and health information provided by the Centers for Disease Control.
One-stop travel site featuring air, car, hotel, and vacation reservations as well as destination information.
This service from the U.S. Department of Treasury provides online buying, redeeming, and managing of Bills, Notes, Bonds, Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS), and saving bonds. Also includes savings bonds calculator, glossary, and investment articles.
Features over ten million user-contributed recommendations for hotels, restaurants, inns, vacation packages, sight-seeing, and more. Includes links to travel services such as Expedia, Orbitz, and Hotels.com.
Trulia is a real estate search engine that helps you find homes for sale and make smarter real estate decisions in the process.
Story books, read-alongs, videos, puzzles & games, language learning, and non-fiction books. An online library of animated talking picture books and games.