Sites For March 2003:
How many times have you wished you could go out to eat, and hear some good, live music? Or sought
a new dining spot? Or maybe wanted to wipe the dust off your old trumpet and played for an audience one more
time? Well here is your chance!
SMAC, Sound Musical Arts Cooperative, is first, a 5 day calendar of 'Who's playin' where!" in New Hampshire…
Second, is a place to for the public to rate its experiences with the bands or the clubs they play in! Third,
it's a place for musicians to connect, sort of an online magazine lite!
Users will love their easy-to-use interfaces, and we have visted this site numerous times, and its always been
scrupulously updated. Open mikes are announced too, so if you have that need to perform, you'll always know when and where your horn is welcome !
the term "Shopper" provoke a broad smile for anyone in your household? Do the words "Comparison Shopper"
make the smile even brighter? If so, you simply have to visit this site.
PriceGrabber.com accomplishes in 20 seconds, what we could do in hours, namely do our comparison shopping
for us. It instantly compares prices on numerous products (books, computers, electronics, movies,
music, office products, software, toys and video games), offers consumer written product reviews, etc.
We spot checked nearly a dozen products, and observed an average price variation of 10-22% depending
on the product. Clearly, this site is one you should add to your favorites list!
do farmers go to network? I mean, the days of the old hitching post are long gone, yes? Or are they?
BeginnerFarmers.org is a farmer to farmer network, connecting farmers, offering technical assistance,
and connecting consumers to local farm produce. The site has classified ads, numerous links to agricultural
resources, even a classified marketplace. If you find this site too 'agricultural' for your tastes, but
gardening is a favorite passtime, try the
Gardening page at the DirectoryNH.com Reference Desk!
for something different? Have we got a site for you!
Jane Carr, Milford, NH imports
Bristol Blue Glass direct from England. Hand blown from Silica Sand, Lead Oxide,
Potash & Cobalt, these incredible products include tableware, stemware, center pieces, presentation trophies
and more! Why not take a peak!
you a teacher? Do you use oil to heat your home? If you answered
yes to both questions, there is good news! Webber Energy's "Partners In Education" Promotion offers
$100 toward any extra-curricular activity or academic project of your choice when you become a new automatic
delivery heating oil customer. For more information, click here!