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The name just about says it all. This site displays all of the URLs posted within the last 24 hours, organized by topic and category. And you can subscribe to an e-mail newsletter to receive information in your areas of interest. Subscribers receive a free weekly newsletter notifying them of new Web sites being launched . The search engine accepts URLs and filters new Web site submissions by date and/or category.
The Service Corps of Retired Executives has beefed up its site, offering a revised version of its online counseling, success stories and a content-rich resource center that doles out information on business planning, human resources, legal matters and more. Online counseling puts you in touch with seasoned business pros who answer questions via e-mail. Business professionals, authors and entrepreneurs offer their wisdom and comment on the latest trends in the guest feature section.
Entrepreneurs offer advice on topics from business valuation to marketing to growing your company. The site provides a free e-mail newsletter, a Top Advisors in which experts give valuable how-to information, and discussion groups that connect entrepreneurs, academics and service providers.
Arranged like many of the popular search engines, CNET.com offers hardware and software reviews, Web site building information, the latest pricing information on equipment, Internet tools and more. TechNews offers the latest scoops in the technology industry. Investors can get stock quotes, product recommendations and how-tos.