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Table of Contents
What to look for in a Yoga Teacher
What to look for in a Professional Organizer
Too Much Solicitation
What to Keep
Identity Theft
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Send Your Clutter to
Organizing Tools
Go Green
Sites for Savings
Other Sites of Interest
Acts of Kindness

What to look for in a Yoga Teacher?
No matter what the subject, a good teacher can bring out the best in you. This is especially so when it comes to yoga, where the guru-shishya (teacher-student) relationship plays a vital role.  For many thousands of years, yoga was transmitted from teacher to student on a one-to-one basis.

First, choose a style that suits you.  Although there are many styles of yoga, the differences are usually about emphasis, such as focusing on strict alignment of the body, coordination of breath and movement, holding the postures, or the flow from one posture to another. More important than any style is the student-teacher relationship.  

Assessing the abilities of a prospective yoga teacher isn’t always easy since yoga instructors are not required to be certified, though many now are.  Don't be afraid to ask questions!  Look for someone who has been practicing regularly for at least 3 years and who they trained with.  Yoga training takes a lot of time and effort.

The continued growth and popularity of yoga in the United States has increased the need for well-trained and qualified yoga teachers assuring a safe learning environment for the practicing public. The Yoga Alliance is a group of senior yoga teachers who have answered this need by creating standards that set forth minimum, voluntary training parameters for teachers and teacher training schools. Teachers who meet these standards have a well-rounded background in the breadth and depth of yoga. 

The Yoga Alliance maintains an international Yoga Teachers' Registry as well as registers yoga schools whose teacher training programs (200 hours and 500 hours training courses) meet their standards.  To find a registered yoga teacher near you, try www.yogaalliance.org.

"A photographer gets people to pose for him.
A yoga instructor gets people to pose for themselves."
–  Terri Guillemets

What to look for in a Professional Organizer?
Choosing to work with an organizing consultant is a deep commitment to yourself, to simplifying your life, and to getting organized.  It's a significant investment in yourself and your ability to get the most out of life.   Professional organizers don’t just provide a set of hands to assist you in rearranging stuff. We provide expertise, recommendations, and ideas on new ways of doing things. In the end, it must be your decision on which new systems and tools to put in place, but your commitment to listen to new ideas and try out new ways of doing things is what will allow you to achieve your goals and experience the rewards! To get long lasting results, you want to choose an organizer who listens to your needs and gives you options to choose from that are designed to work with your style. There is never just one right way to do things.

When looking for a professional organizer in your area, look for someone who has demonstrated commitment to their own learning and professional development by joining a professional association. Professional associations provide training and guidance to help organizers give you the best possible service. Check out www.onlineorganizer.com , www.napo.net  or www.nsgcd.org to find a dedicated professional organizer near you.   For more Frequently Asked Questionsclick here.

If you are not ready to work with a professional organizer, you can get started yourself with some of the resources below: 

"Sometimes you've got to let everything go - purge yourself.  If you are unhappy with anything - whatever is bringing you down, get rid of it.  Because you'll find that when you're free, your true creativity, your true self comes out."
–  Tina Turner


Too much solicitation?
One of the most effective ways to get rid of paper clutter is to stop it before it gets in the front door.  www.PrivacyRights.org has a ton of fact sheets available with reliable information for reducing junk mail, understanding how you got on the mailing lists in the first place, and more importantly how to get your name off and stay off!  How To Tips Sheet:  www.PrivacyRights.org/fs/fs4-junk.htm

•  Junk Mail - Junk mail wastes an incredible amount of natural resources as well as your valuable time.  Stop unwanted catalogs and
   junk mail with www.41pounds.orgwww.stopthejunkmail.comwww.myjunktree.com, or http://privacycouncil.org/about/ 
    www.greendimes.com will PAY you to stop junk mail!
•  Catalogs - Call and cancel all unwanted catalogs (you will need the customer number and source code on the back of the
   catalog.)  When canceling, request that they not sell your name!  This will decrease the number of catalogs you will receive in
   the future.  Or go to www.catalogchoice.org, a free service that helps you unsubscribe from hundreds of catalogs.
•  Phone Books - 540 million unsolicited phone books are delivered across the U.S. every year using 19 million tress, 1.6 billion
   pounds of paper and 7.2 million barrels of oil.  To eliminate unwanted phone books, consider signing up at
   www.yellowpagesgoesgreen.org or www.yellowpagesoptout.com.  You can opt out of all the directories available in your
    zip code.
•  Credit Card Offers - By registering with www.optoutprescreen.com/opt_form.cgi, your name will be removed from unsolicited
   credit card and insurance offers, cutting down on unwanted mail and clutter.
•  Marketing Mailing Lists - By registering with Direct Mail Association's Mail Preference Service, your name will be removed from
   the majority of direct mail lists.  www.dmachoice.org/register.php.
•  Phone Solicitation - Get your name removed from unwanted telemarketers by adding your name to the "Do Not Call" list,
   www.donotcall.gov.  Don't forget to add your cell phone too!
•  Political Phone Solicitation - Relief for those who want to be left alone, courtesy of the National Political Do Not Contact Registry,

What to keep?
With statements and receipts piling up from banks, investments, and the government, it's often not clear which documents to keep and for how long.  In the absence of direction, many people keep everything!  The following websites offer some excellent guidelines on what to keep, where, and for how long.  (These websites are recommended only as a guideline.  For specific advice, please consult your attorney or accountant.)

•  www.ricedelman.com/cs/education/article?articleId=156
•  www.bankrate.com/finance/personal-finance/how-long-to-keep-financial-records.aspx
•  www.bankrate.com/finance/money-guides/how-long-should-you-keep-tax-records.aspx
•  www.irs.gov/publications/p552/index.html or  www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p552.pdf

Want to digitize insurance information as well are receipts?
•  Toss your paper receipts and computerize them with www.neat.com

Identity Theft
Check your bank and credit card statements diligently every month to make sure all the charges are accurate.  NEVER give out personal information or your social security number.

•  Protect yourself from identity theft and always destroy confidential materials that contains personal or account information.  A
   small shredder can be purchased for as little as $15 and can save you a lot of headaches.
•  If you are purging years of documents, consider www.infoshred.com to help you dispose of the information securely.  They will
   come to your home with a mobile industrial sized shredder and destroy the items in front of you!  Also try www.ewasteservice.com
   for scanning,shredding, storage and document destruction services.
•  Reviewing your credit report frequently is an important tool in being vigilant against identity theft.  Under the Fair and Accurate Credit
   Transactions Act, consumers can obtain a FREE credit report once every 12 months from each of the 3 consumer credit reporting
   companies - Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.  Instead of getting all 3 at once, get a different once every 4 months, making a
   recurring reminder inyour planner/computer.  This ensures that there have been no changes throughout the year. 
•  What to do if you are the victim of identity theft, www.ricedelman.com/cs/education/article?articleId=157
•  For real peace of mind, prevent your identity from being stolen before it happens, www.lifelock.com
•  Are you a victim of cyberbullying, online harrassment, gossip or slander?  Create a Google Alert for your name and you'll receive an
   email anytime you are mentioned somewhere online.  Other companies that provide advice and can help you wipe away the lies are 
   www.wiredsafety.org and www.reputationdefender.com.  You can download the book The Future of Reputation for free.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
When you know you can donate your items to a good cause, it makes the process of letting go easier.

•  Recycling / ReUse Centers - Local information on recycling and ways to make a difference.  www.earth911.org
   Big Brothers Big Sisters will also take your reusable clothing and houshold items.  For drop locations or to schedule a pick up, 
    visit  www.bbbsdonate.org
•  Frugal Living Resources -  Being frugal is more than just learning how to save money.  Try out some of the tips on 
•  Garage Sale Tips - This website has some good tips to clean, organize and sell your stuff.  www.betidy.com
•  Junk Removal - Finally ready to clean out your attic, garage, or basement but daunted by the idea of what to do with the
   discards?  www.800gotjunk.com will unload and dispose of your unwanted stuff.  They'll even sweep up afterwards!
•  Moving/Downsizing - MaxSold will help with online downsizing and estate sale auctions.

SPECIFIC ITEMS (listed alphabetically)
•  Appliances - Check out www.recycle-steel.org
•  Blankets, Towels & Linens - Donate to your local animal shelter or the Humane Society.  For CT:  http://www.cthumane.org
•  Building Materials - Check with your local Habitat for Humanity Re-Store.  www.habitat.org/env/restores.aspx
•  Carpets - Try www.carpetrecovery.org
•  Cars, Boats, RVs - Consider a tax-deductible donation to Purple Heart and support our troops at www.purpleheartcars.org
   Heritage for the Blind at www.hftb.org.  Both will come pick up your vehicle.  Or try Kars4Kids where they sell the car at auction and
   proceeds help children in need.
•  Clothing - Donate your formal dress to www.operationfairydust.org.  Donate your business attire to help low-income women
   transition back into the workforce at www.dressforsuccess.org or the Corporate Closet Of course you can also donate clothing
   and other household goods 
   to the Salvation Army or Goodwill.  Be sure to list your items at www.itsdeductible.com for tax purposes.
•  Computer Hardware - It's important to wipe your computer hard drives according to the Department of Defense standards
   so your information is not stolen.  You might want to hire a computer professional to wipe it for you.  Any equipment that is too
   old to donate, can be donated to local schools, churches or non-profit organizations or recycled through www.hp.com/recycle or 
   your local Staples office store will recycle it for you.  You can also donate your computer to the National Cristina Foundation at
   www.cristina.org.  They will pick up the equipment for a minimal fee (to cover pick-up and recycling costs) and recycle it!
•  Crayons, Coloring Books & Stuffed Animals - Make a kid smile, send them to www.projectsmile.org
•  Electronics, Etc. - Recycle your old CDs and DVDs at www.cdrecyclingcenter.com.  To recycle your Ipod, go to
   www.apple.com/environment/recycling/ipodrecycling.  Need to unload your Cell Phone, PDA, or accessories?  Try
   www.sellmycellphones.comwww.greenphone.com or www.gooddeedfoundation.org.  
   Some additional places to sell or recycle your electronics...
   www.gazelle.comwww.venjuvo.comwww.techforward.comwww.myboneyard.com, and www.mygreenelectronics.org
   will tell you where the nearest electronics recycling center is.
•  Expired Coupons - Did you know that expired coupons can be sent to troops stationed overseas?  They can use them for 6 months
   after the expiration date. It's 100% legal and each overseas base has a USA address so it is a local mailing.  Go to
   www.ocpnet.org and get the details. How redeeming!
•  Eye Glasses - Drop off old glasses or sunglasses to lenscrafters and they'll make them good as new and deliver then to those in
   need around the world through the Gift of Sight program.  www.lenscrafters.com  Also try www.neweyesfortheneedy.org
•  Fleece - Donate any brand fleece jackets made from Polartec and Capilene to be melted and made into clothes. 
•  Fluorescent Bulbs - While fluorescent light bulbs save energy, improper disposal of them creates a hazard.  Instead of saving them
   for until your local hazardous waste day, you can drop them off at the service desk of your local Home Depot.
•  Magazines/Comics - Donate your old magazines/comics to literacy programs.  http://magazineliteracy.org/recycle-magazines/
•  New toys, books & games  - Furnish the playrooms of a Ronald McDonald House.  www.rmhc.org
•  Old Linens - Drop off sheets, towels, pillows, blankets, and comforters for animal bedding to www.aspca.org
•  Paint - For unwanted or leftover paint, http://www.paintcare.org/
•  Pillow Cases - Send your old pillow cases to "Little Dresses for Africa" where they are made into dresses and distributed to
   orphanges sending hope to little girls that they are worthy.
•  Printer Cartridges - 90% of all cartridges are recyclable yet only 20% are reused, leaving about 300 million at the landfill!  Buy
   recycled, refilled toner and ink cartridges and return the units to the store's drop-off spot on the same trip (Cartridge World, OfficeMax,
   Walgreens, etc.).  For brand compatible cartridge models, visit www.PGInkjets.com.
•  Sneakers & Running Shoes - Reuse-a-shoe accepts worn out athletic shoes of any brand which are recycled into sports surfaces
   for youth around the world. www.letmeplay.com/reuseashoe or www.nikereuseashoe.com.  Soles4Souls collects used and
   new shoes for those in need  www.soles4souls.org or try their other divisions www.clothes4souls.org and www.hope4souls.org
•  Sports Gear - Kids will be thrilled to hit the playground with your old rejects.  Find a nearby school to review teacher & coaches wish
    lists www.iloveschools.com, gather up your baseballs and basketballs to go to Third World countries www.nays.org, or mail this
    non-profit company your loot www.sportsgift.org.
•  Textbooks - Sell back gently used books at www.cash4book.net.  Enter the ISBN number and they tell you what they will pay.
    If interested, they will pay the shipping.  You can also try www.chegg.com.  
•  Wedding or Bridesmaid Dresses - Wedding dresses are often stashed away in closets, never to be seen again. However, some
   dresses are being transformed into angel gowns for precious babies who never make it home from the hospital. Dresses are turned
   into beautiful burial garments for babies and are given to hospitals for the grieving families.  www.heavenlyanglesinneed.com or
   you can donate your "angel gown" to NICU Helping Hands, 301 Commerce St, Ste 3200, Houston, TX  76102
•  Yoga Mats - Keep your old yoga mats out of the landfill and help "upcycle" them into other products.

Send Your Clutter to...
•  The Troops - Check out the list of things the military could use.   www.give2thetroops.org/items.htm
•  Goodwill - Find a local Goodwill store and find out how to donate.   www.goodwill.org/page/guest/about
•  The Salvation Army - Pick up may be available for clothing and furniture.  www.salvationarmy.org
•  Big Brothers Big Sisters - Donate your gently used household items and clothing.  Need to schedule a pick up in Southwestern
   Connecticut?  Call (877) 399-2570.  www.bbbs.org
•  Freecycle  - With more than 4 million members posting messages, this is the place to go if you want to unload clutter quickly.  Post
   what your selling, goes to the first responder, leave on your front porch, and its gone!  www.freecycle.org
•  Craig's List - Free online classified ads.  Look here if you want to sell or donate items.  www.craigslist.org/about/sites.html
•  Resellers - There are a lot of great resellers who will provide their expertise and help you sell your goods.  They keep a percent of the
   proceeds but you don't have any of the hassles.  Try www.ebay.com or if you love handbags (pre-owned) try www.Portero.com

Don't Agonize...Organize & Containerize!
Never go to a store or make a purchase on-line without measuring first!  Make sure your organizers fit the space.

•  Container Store - An excellent source for both ideas and shopping, www.containerstore.com
•  Ikea - A great solution for storage at reasonable prices, www.ikea.com/ms/en_us
•  The Storage Store - Another source for home organization products, www.thestoragestore.com
•  Stacks and Stacks - Over 20,000 practical, stylish and affordable products for your home, office, garden and automobile,
•  Rev-A-Shelf - The world's largest manufacturer of functional cabinet storage organizing solutions.  www.rev-a-shelf.com
•  Pottery Barn & Pottery Barn Kids - Fun and functional containers.  Try www.potterybarn.com or www.potterybarnkids.com
•  The Organized Lifestyle - For those who don't know what products are out there, this will help you organize your home, 
•  Thousands of products to organize your home, office and business and tools to simplify your busy life.  www.organize.com
    or www.organizedatoz.com
•  Paper Files & Digital Files  -  Neat Receipts is one of the best-selling mobile scanner and digital filing system. It can scan receipts,
   business cards, and documents while the software identifies, extracts and organizes key information.  http://store.neatco.com/
   Awesome self purging filing system from Freedom Filer www.freedomfiler.com/home.cfm?CFID=109583&CFTOKEN=90786659
•  Photo & Memorabilia Management - Full-service memory celebration company for paper and digital photos, memorabilia, or
   digital organization. www.creativememories.com You can also try Scan Digital for scanning pictures, slides, and negatives. 
•  See Jane Work - For fun and funky items for the office, www.seejanework.com

Go Green!
Are you doing your part to help the environment? 

•  Clean & Green House - You only need ONE ingredient for all your cleaning & household needs...Vinegar!  Check out the list of 150+
   Uses for Vinegar from Reader's Digest
•  Green Your Life - Explore resources for simplicity at www.simpleliving.net and www.newdream.org.  Calculate your
   carbon footbprint at www.earthday.net.  
•  Green Power - 37 states offer green energy but you may not know if your power company is one of them.  Visit
   www.eere.energy.gov/greenpower.  Buy carbon offsets to finance renewable-energy projects at www.nativeenergy.com.
•  Earth Friendly Energy - To find out more about solar electricity try www.mercurysolarsystems.comwww.solarenergy.org,
   or www.sebane.org.  Explore wind energy alternatives at www.awea.org.   For more info on rebates and tax breaks, go to
   the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy at www.dsireusa.org.
•  Sustainable & Ethical Investing - Explore how to Socially Respondible Investing (SRI) to achieve financial freedom while insisting
   on "raising funds of love, of kindness, of understanding, of peace." (Mother Teresa)  Try out these sites  www.socialinvest.org,
   www.socialfunds.comwww.greenmoneyjournal.com, or www.michaelbluejay.com.
•  Green Plug - Donate all those cable cords and chargers!  The Green Plus is an universal, energy-efficient plug for DC-powered
   devices including cell phones, PDAs, laptops, printers, digital cameras, camcorders, cordless, drills, MP3 players, and dozens of
   common devices that require individual chargers.  Plus the charging base/hub will power down when not in use saving electricity. 
•   Solar - online guide to solar energy and company comparisons  https://www.consumeraffairs.com/solar-energy/# 
•  Sustainable Food - Find locally produced organic and sustainable food by entering you zip code.  www.eatwellguide.org or
   search www.localharvest.org for farmers' markets, green grocers and food co-ops in your area.
•  Natural Beauty Products - Look up any questionable claims on www.greenerchoices.org
•  Environmental News - "Gloom and Doom with a sense of humor"  www.grist.org.  Other excellent new sources are
   www.enn.com and www.ens-newswire.com.   Read the consumer's guide to the green revolution at www.thedailygreen.com
   or National Geographic's online source www.thegreenguide.com for green living tips, produce reviews and environmental health
•  One Stop Shop - For green news, solutions and product information, try the green blog www.treehugger.com which excels at
   tapping into trends in environmental thinking, www.idealbite.com a blog-style site offering  up "bit-sized ideas for light green living, 
   or www.lowimpactliving.com
•  How we Impact the Planet - plastic bottlestransportation, appliance electricity and a visual impact of construction.

Sites for Savings
•  Smart Savings - Billy negotiates great deasl on groceries, clothes, entertainment, insurance, etc.   www.billy.com
•  Virtual Assistant - Alice sells direct from the manufacturer.  Set up an account and you'll receive a 15% discount and free shipping.
•  Conserve Cash - This handy money site will reveal how much you spend on different categories after you allow access to your bank
   and credit card transactions and balances.  The colored graphics will help you create a budget and learn that fiscal restraing can be
   fun!   www.mint.com
•  Shrink Bills - Maximize cell phone minutes and credit card rewards.  www.billshrink.com
•  Free Sample Momma - If you like to "try before you buy", this site is filled with free sample offers and coupons. 
•  Cleaning for a Reason - This cleaning service provides free housecleaning for women undergoing chemotherapy. 
•  Cost Saving Driving Service - www.iDriveYourCar,com is an innovative and cost effective transportation option for clients using
   their own car and gas.   www.cleaningforareason.org
•  Barter & Borrow - Check out these online "collaborative consumption" networks to reduce the need to buy new stuff:
   • Lend or rent household items:  www.neighborgoods.net
   • Trade, sell or borrow stylish clothing and accessories:  www.i-ella.com or www.swapstyle.com
   • Trade outgrown kids' clothes: www.thredup.com   
   • For electronics, video games and more, try www.swap.com
   • Book lovers, check out www.bookmooch.com
   • If you would like to rent out your car by the hour to others who need wheels, ​www.relayrides.com

Other Sites of Interest
•  Are you a Hoarder? - Put your clutter in perspective...there may be people who are worse than you! 
•  Book Lovers - If you're an avid read, simple create a list of books you want to read at www.paperspine.com, get them in the mail,
   keep the books as long as you want, then return the books to receive more on your list.  Nearly 200,000 titles starting at $9.95 a
   month.  If you like e-books, you can read free literature on any device at www.Litfy.com with it's thousands of books.
•  Forgetting Special Events? - Never forget another birthday, anniversary or special event.  www.sendoutcards.com will print and
   mail REAL cards for you.  Choose from thousands of cards, use your own handwriting font, and add a personal message or
   signature all for $0.98 a card plus postage.   Perfect for personal and business use.  Check it out!
•  Donate a Cow to Empower a Family - For many families a cow (or sheep or llama) can be life-changing by enabling agricultural
   self-reliance.  Contact Heifer International at www.heifer.org
•  Sponsor a Mustache to help Kids - Sounds weird right?  Kids can't grow mustaches and they shouldn't have cancer either. 
   Sponsor a killer "stache" between Thanksgiving and Christmas and the donations go to the pediatric department at Sloan-Kettering
   Cancer Center in New York City   www.mustachesvscancer.org
•  Redefine Christmas - Imagine if there was more charity and less materialism in Christmas giving.  Change the way you give and
   receive gifts at http://www.redefine-christmas.org/
•   Quit Smoking - how meditation and alternative medicine helps people quit smoking and the American Cancer Society.
•  Gifts of Giving - For some unique gifts to give, try out www.oxfam.org
•  Federal Spending - See where your federal money is going.   www.usaspending.gov
•  Find a Kennel Fast - Can't find anyone to watch your dog?  Log on to www.KennelFinder.com for a list of nearby kennels.
•  Made in the USA - Did you ever wonder where all the USA products are?  There are still plenty of items still made here.  Please
   support your country by visiting these sites.  (You can also type in "Made in the USA" in your web browser and you'll find an array of
   additional sites to visit!)
   •  Bicycles: Waterford Precision CyclesWorksman Cycle
   •  Cookware:  All Clad MetalcraftersCalphalon CookwareLodge ManufacturingNordicware
   •  Cutlery:  Bear and Son CutleryCanal Street Cutlery, Case KnivesOntario KnifeQueen Cutlery
   •  Flags:  Valley Forge Flag Company
   •  Hats: Bailey Hats@Shoebuy.com, Henchel Hats@Shoebuy.comResistol Hats@Cavenders,
      Stetson Hats@Miller HatsStratton Hats
   •  Jeans: All American ClothingBuddy's JeansCertified JeansDiamond Gusset JeansLucky Brand JeansMcKenzie Tribe Jeans,
      Pointer Brand JeansSchaeffer OutfitterTexas JeansUnion Line Jeans
   •  Shirts:  American Made ShirtsCamber USA@All Season UniformsColumbia KnitKing LouieAmerica@All Seasons Uniforms,
       Lifewear ShirtsSovereign Maunfacturing@Big and Tall WorldWhite Dress Shirts
   •  Shoes & Boots: Abilene BootAllen Edmunds ShoesAmerican Made WorkbootsCalifornia Magdesians, Chippewa Boots
      USA made Danner BootsDouble H BootsFriedson Brothers Fine BootsFoothrills Shoes@Womens Shoes.comJustin Boots,
      New Balance ShoesNortherner Boots by Norcross Saftey ProductsSAS ShoesOnex Shoes@Zappos ShoesTic-Tac-Toes,
      Weinbrenner ShoesThe Boot ProShoebuy.com
   •  Tools: Snap On ToolsCraftsman Tools@Sears.comJH Williams ToolsMidwest RakesMac ToolsMilwaukee Tool, S-K Tools,
      Seymor ManufacturingQPI-Bully Tools, Union Tool

Acts of Kindness
•  For Wounded Soldiers - Send a handwritten postcard for them to read upon arrival at the U.S. Military Hospital in Landstuhl,
   Germany.  Mail yours to 21st TSC, Medical Transient Detachment, Attn: Soldier's Angels, Unit 23203, APO AE 09263.
•  For the Planet - Save landfill space by recycling used library, membership and gift cards instead of throwing them away.  Send them
   to Earthworks System, c/o Halperin Industries, 25840 Miles Road, Bedford, OH  44146.
•  For Sick Kids - Comfort them with DVDs when they're undergoing chemotherapy and other treatments in pediatric hospitals.  Send
   movies to KidFlicks/Barta, 11755 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1450, Los Angeles, CA  90025.

•  Daily OM - Sign up for a daily dose of inspiration that will nurture your body, mind and soul,  www.dailyom.com
•  Self Growth SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Self -Improvement, Personal Growth and Self
    Help on the Internet. It is designed to be an organized directory, with articles and references to thousands of other Web Sites on
    the World Wide Web.
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