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Resources for the Washington DC area




Here's some additional search tools you might like:

Scroogle anonomizes your search:

localdc.com     web                











Here are some innovative search tools you might not have tried:

If a website is down, try the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. They archive most sites on the web. Once you know the website's address, type it in the search box and you'll get dates for when they rescanned the page. If there's an asterisk, that means the page changed since the previous scan. You'll get just the text, not the images. You can often pull up archived copies of websites that are no longer online with this service.

CNET is generally pretty helpful at testing and ranking tech stuff, like internet service providers, web hosting companies, software and hardware.

download.com has lots of free and trial software you can download.




























Features available using Google; enter in the format shown in the Google search box.

UPS tracking numbers example search: "1Z9999W999999999"
FedEx tracking numbers example search: "999999999999"
USPS tracking numbers example search: "9999 9999 9999 9999 9999 99"
Vehicle ID (VIN) numbers example search: "AAAAA999A9AA99999"
UPC codes example search: "073333531084"








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