Feeling Zeeky? It's wacky, busy, colorful and hyperfun. It's ZEEKS.com, everything you could want in a kid's site for having fun on the Web. Type in www.zeeks.com and join in with the zeeks club of cool computer kids. Seasonal tips and fun info will keep your hungry mind going, with things like jokes, recommended books and tidbits from history. Feeling creative? Truck on over to the Factory to create a project that you can post on the Internet. Or if you're fidgety, focus on a game-there are TONS to choose from. But you'll definitely want to come back to Zeeks.com, because there's no way you can do it all in one day!(This site is no longer available.)
Moments in Time The American experience is yours to enjoy at the Exhibit Hall. From politics to pop culture, the site comes alive with moving photos, famous documents and amazing treasures. Go back in time to www.archives.gov and enjoy relics from presidents, celebrities and ordinary people alike. The site has all kinds of famous documents, from the Bill of Rights to the Emancipation Proclamation. Don't miss the exhibits Powers of Persuasion, a collection of posters from World War II, and Portrait of Black Chicago. For something a bit different, there's the ever-infamous "When Nixon Met Elvis" exhibit. The Exhibit Hall oozes with awesome history! The Big Green Apple Taking up 843 acres in Manhattan, Central Park continues to be a crown jewel in New York City. From playgrounds to bridges to skating rinks, this park has it all. Take the subway to Central Park at www.centralparknyc.org and enjoy a slice of the Big Apple for yourself. Through facts and maps, you'll find out how this once swampy terrain has been transformed into one of the world's great green spots. Do visit the Virtual Park, where you'll see points of interest from the North End to the Great Lawn. You'll also find out about musical performances, walking tours and the flowers-in-bloom schedule. Ready to play in the city? Then we'll meet you at the Park!
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Dear Amy: How can I find population statistics for different countries?--Tammy, New Haven, Conn.Dear Tammy: The best place to find facts about countries is at the CIA Factbook at https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook. If you want to compare facts about any two countries, here's a flashy idea (you'll need the Flash plug-in). Check out Your Nation at www.your-nation.com. By selecting the countries and the type of facts, such as unemployment or the population, you will see a graphic comparing the two countries. It's cool.(The second site is no longer available.)