Free Stuff, Fun Stuff

Anything free and fun stuff found on the web. It could be anything that will cost you nothing.

Friday, July 14, 2006

Free Java Script

  • Dynamic Drive - the #1 place on the net to obtain free, original DHTML & Javascripts to enhance your web site. They have different categories to choose from. Categories like calendars, date & time, document effects, form effects, image effects and lots more.
  • The JavaScript Source - We have put together a collection of thousands of free JavaScripts that are available to you for use on your Web pages. The scripts are available via a user friendly interface — including a working JavaScript example of most of the scripts and a text box with the complete actual JavaScript code used. To start, just select a category from the navigation menu at the top, browse our Site Contents, or check out our 'What's New?' page to view the latest scripts on our site.
  • JavaScripts.Net - a great little place to find cool, useful, and free javascripts for your site! All free javascripts on this site come with easy-to-follow installation instructions, along with a live demonstration. Just pick a category , and off you go!
  • Java Script Corral - Get Free Scripts for your Web Site from this Large Collection. Scripts for pop-up windows, clocks, scrollers, dates, menus, image display, dynamic page updates and more are available here in a cut-and-paste format.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Free Blog Directories

  • Blog Search Engine - is a free directory that has a lot of blogs to read from. You may choose to submit your own blogs for others to enjoy.
  • Blogwise - is a site about developing a portal to blogs around the world, efficiently, quickly and nicely. We're here to help you find the best blogs from around the world that will interest and captivate you.
  • Blog Universe - you may want to submit your site to this free directory. Has a lot of category and interesting blogs.
  • Globe of Blogs - launched on February 1, 2002. Globe of Blogs was the first weblog directory to list by location, author name, birthday, and topic.

Friday, June 09, 2006

Free Music Lessons

  • Berklee Shares - is an electronic publishing initiative of Berklee College of Music. Its goal is to provide free access to faculty-authored Berklee music lessons designed for musicians, music students, and music educators. The Web site is a library of free music lessons that are available for downloading, listening, viewing, or reading. The Berklee Shares Web site contains MP3 audio lessons, QuickTime video lessons, and PDF text/graphic/notation lessons derived from Berklee Press publications and online music courses at The content is organized by track: including songwriting, music business, performance, music production, and music education.
  • - is run and owned by Red Balloon Technology Ltd, a music and technology company based in St Albans, England. was launched in early 2001 and has gone on to become one of the most popular destinations for musicians on the internet, visited by hundreds of thousands of people every month. is first and foremost about sheet music. We have hundreds of our pieces for all major instruments, in all kinds of styles. With lots of free music resources.
  • - started in 1999 as an extension of guitarist Shawn Bradshaw's private teaching studio. The free guitar lessons and articles provided on the site cover a wide range of topics from basic chords and scales, to improvisation and various techniques. In addition to the lessons that are written by Shawn himself, there have been contributions from other skilled teachers and players. will continue to add new lessons and features with the goal of making this the premier free online guitar lessons site on the web.
  • Drum Lesson Database - this site is a portal for free drum lesson materials. It has a lot of link to different drummers websites that you can enjoy.

Monday, May 29, 2006

Informative Free Sites IV

  • Sacred Destinations - want to take a trip to the worlds most sacred places? Welcome to Sacred Destinations, a growing catalogue and travel guide to more than 1,500 sacred sites, holy places, pilgrimage destinations, historical sites, religious buildings and religious art around the world. The site also has an intriguing category like Oldest Sacred Sites and Artifacts, Seven Churches of Revelation, Ancient Megaliths & Mysteries and other stuff.
  • Go Ask Alice - is a health Q&A Internet service. It works to provide readers with reliable, accessible information and a range of thoughtful perspectives so that they can make responsible decisions concerning their health and well-being.
  • Visible Proofs - is about the history of forensic medicine. Over the centuries, physicians, surgeons, and other professionals have struggled to develop scientific methods that translate views of bodies and body parts into "visible proofs" that can persuade judges, juries, and the public.
  • Exploring Space: The Quest for Life - will trace the links between life on Earth and the rest of the universe-in the most realistic but spectacular fashion. Viewers will zoom through space alongside a meteor the size of a small city and learn how millions of years of cosmic activity have helped to create life on our planet. Filmed in state-of-the-art HDTV, each minute is packed with expert scientific interviews and their first-hand opinions about the possibility of life beyond Earth, as well as the history and the latest developments in Astrobiology, one of the hottest fields in science today.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Top Blogs According To Feedster: II

  • Spacefem - There's information on feminism and women's rights. Has a forum that will provide you hours of entertainment. This site is whatever you want it to be.
  • Metafilter - is a weblog that anyone can contribute a link or a comment to. A typical weblog is one person posting their thoughts on the unique things they find on the web. This website exists to break down the barriers between people, to extend a weblog beyond just one person, and to foster discussion among its members. The privilege of posting links to main page comes after posting a few comments and being a member for at least a week. This lag is built in to allow new members to get used to the place and to understand what other members consider good links.
  • Autoblog - do you like cars? Then this is the blog for you. A blog covering the auto industry with test drives and commentary on articles from other sites.
  • Gawker - your daily source for Manhattan media and gossip. Gawker, reporting live from the center of the universe.
  • Digital Photography Review - where you'll find all the latest in digital photography and imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras and accessories, the most active discussion forums, a large selection of sample images, a digital camera buyers guide, side-by-side comparisons and the most comprehensive database of digital camera features and specifications. We believe in quality, original, unbiased content.
  • GigaOM - is a Broadband weblog edited by Om Malik, senior writer for Business 2.0 magazine in San Francisco. This weblog is devoted to broadband and its impact on our lives.
  • Reason Online - is updated daily with articles and columns on current developments in politics and culture. It also contains the full text of past issues of the print edition of Reason. Reason Online is entirely free.
  • TechCrunch - founded on June 11, 2005, is a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new web 2.0 products and companies. In addition to new companies, we will profile existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the web 2.0 space. TechCrunch is edited by Michael Arrington, who also writes a companion blog, CrunchNotes.

Friday, May 12, 2006

Top Blogs According To Feedster: I

  • Engadget - is a technology weblog which is part of the Weblogs Inc. group of weblogs. Launched in March 2004, Engadget is updated multiple times a day with articles on gadgets and consumer electronics. It also sometimes posts popular rumours about the technological world. Engadget was co-founded by former Gizmodo technology weblog editor and co-founder, Peter Rojas. Engadget is a member of Weblogs, Inc., a blog network with over 75 weblogs including HackADay, Autoblog, and Joystiq.
  • Boing Boing (originally bOING bOING) - is a publishing entity, first established as a magazine, later becoming an award winning group blog. Common themes include technology, futurism, science fiction, gadgets, intellectual property, disney and political issues (usually from a left-wing perspective). Boing Boing became a website in 1995 and later relaunched as a weblog on January 21, 2000, described as a "directory of wonderful things."
  • TV Squad - as the name suggest talk about popular TV shows. You can enjoy a written summary/commentary of an episode on TV's most popular shows like Survivor, Desperate Housewives, American Idol, Alias, The Daily Show, Lost, The O.C., Veronica Mars, Smallville and lots more.
  • Download Squad - another popular sites that feature a lot of useful software. Has a lot of post regarding games, tools, utilities, securities, web services, videos and lots more.
  • Gridskipper - The Urban Travel Guide. Scouring the world for discount flights, chic hotels - and pretty people.
  • Gizmodo - The Gadget Blog. An online review dedicated to gadgets, gizmos, and cutting-edge consumer electronics.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Informative Free Sites III

  • Inside the Brain: An interactive Tour - What happens in the brain of a person with Alzheimer’s disease? This tour explains how the brain works and how Alzheimer's affects it. Taking the tour: There are 16 interactive slides. Move forward or back one slide at a time by clicking on the arrows. You can also jump to any slide by clicking on its number at the top of each page. As you view each slide, roll your mouse over any colored text that appears on each page to highlight special features of each image.
  • Alphabet Soup - for the young and the "young at heart"! Alphabet Soup contains thematic units, holiday units, games and activities for kids; teacher and parent resources; and crafts, humor and recipes for all! Be sure to check out the Kindergarten Kafe, recipes dictated by 5-year-olds! Includes plenty of free printables!
  • The Complete Review - A Literary Saloon and Site of Review. A selectively comprehensive, objectively opinionated survey of books old and new, trying to meet all your book review, preview, and information needs.
  • The Museum of Online Museums - Here, you will find links from our archives to online collections and exhibits covering a vast array of interests and obsessions: Start with a review of classic art and architecture, and graduate to the study of mundane (and sometimes bizarre) objects elevated to art by their numbers, juxtaposition, or passion of the collector. The MoOM is organized into three sections;1)The Museum Campus, 2)The Permanent Collection, and 3)Galleries, Exhibition, and Shows.
  • Mohenjo Daro - or "Mound of the Dead" is an ancient Indus Valley Civilization city that flourished between 2600 and 1900 BCE. It was one of the first world and ancient Indian cities. The site was discovered in the 1920s and lies in Pakistan's Sindh province. Only a handful of archaeologists have excavated here, described in the introduction and illustrated essay Mohenjodaro: An Ancient Indus Valley Metropolis.