Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia
...that anyone can edit. An excelent place to start your learning on the internet. There are more than one million
articles on the Wikipedia
and is still growing. It is true that articles vary in quality and that there are
many stub articles. But the fun stuff is that you can edit them
and add your own knowledge.
I am also fascinated with the low level of article-abuse you can find on Wikipedia (maybe article-abusers avoid
How Stuff Works
A great site to have fun and expand your
knowledge. You will also found non-technical articles there. Their articles dont go in
depth (you will never
find math on the HSW) but are full of interactive multimedia and animation.
Mad Scientist Network
Not just another ask-a-scientist website.
They already have a huge answer database, and if you still don't find an answer and ask your question they
really answer it. Only you have to be careful to make your question precise and clear.
The most famous search engine on the net. On my humble
opinion, search engines are rather the most important class of web sites because we would be
totally lost without
them. Fortunately Google is not alone, there are other options like Bing Search (Microsoft),
Yahoo! search, Ask!, or