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If you’re planning to camp or hike this summer, now is a great time to learn how to use a compass. Kjetil Kjernsmo provides an easy-to-understand illustrated guide.

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If you’ve always aspired to be the next Howard Stern, submit a podcast to KYOU RADIO in San Francisco, which is billing itself as the first open source radio station.


Middle school students looking for ideas for term papers, science projects or help with homework will find a useful list of suggestions and research sources at this site. When the schoolwork is done, youngsters also will find sports, entertainment and lifestyles articles in the Free Time section.

Six of this country’s presidents secretly recorded almost 5,000 hours of conversations between 1940 and 1973. Now you can listen to hundreds of hours of audio or read transcripts of tapes from Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon at this online archive.

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