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      A: Directory Index : : Advertising The web site has the "5 P's of Service Business Marketing," tips to help businesses develop a marketing plan. http://www.actionplan.com/6psmarkt.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Melinda Dworzan] This mailing list deals with the issues in advertising education. The list owner is Tom Bowers. Send email to listserv@... mailto:listserv@... [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Learn how advertising works from Topics Magazine. http://www.topicsmag.com/ht0.htm Source: Topics Magazine [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Add-A-Link] Smokey the Bear, McGruff the Dog, Crash Test Dummies, The Native American with a tear in his eyes, "a mind is a terrible thing to waste" -- this all came from The Advertising Council. The council specializes in bringing forward "America's problems." The web site features old TV spots a! nd the new campaigns out now. http://www.adcouncil.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] "Preeminent professional organization in the field of advertising, marketing, and media research which represents more than 400 advertisers, advertising agencies, research firms, media companies, educational institutions, and international organizations and to improve the practice of advertising, marketing, and media research in pursuit of more effective marketing and advertising communications." http://www.arf.amic.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Hosted by the Department of Advertising at the University of Texas, Austin, the site claims it is "the ultimate marketing communications directory." http://advertising.utexas.edu/world/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] "The Unifying Voice for Advertising" has 50,000 members that educate policy makers and America's popul! ation on "the value that advertising brings to the well-being of the nation." http://www.aaf.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Representing advertising agencies, this organization's site hosts forums, seminars, awards, publications, and transcriptions all dealing with the ethical operation of advertising agencies. http://www.aaaa.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Founded in 1937, this is the largest professional association of marketing practitioners with 45,000 in membership worldwide. The organization's mission "is to promote education and to assist in personal and professional career development among marketing professionals." http://www.ama.org/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] A professional organization of 300 advertising, marketing, research, and sales executives which assists in upholding ethical practice of the marketing discipline and prof! essional development of its members. This site hosts job listings, a library of informative articles, a discussion board, and much more. http://www.ama-kc.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Their mission: "to advance consumer research and facilitate the exchange of scholarly information among members of academia, industry, and government worldwide." This site features membership information, publications, conferences, a newsletter, and online consumer resources. http://acr.webpage.com/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] A company that critiques other small business advertising to help them spend their advertising dollars more efficiently. You can also get a free report on the "15 Golden Rules of Successful Advertising." http://www.baron-marketing.co.nz/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Melinda Dworzan] "The world's largest professional marketing body" features a profess! ional development system that supports their members throughout their career. This searchable site has lots of information on qualifications to become a Chartered Marketer, training information, publications, and free booklets that can be ordered online. http://www.cim.co.uk/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Their purpose is very simple: to encourage the knowledge and skills of the sales field with the intention of selling more products and services. http://www.commktga.com/cma.htm [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Billed as "an integral part of the classroom instructional program" this organization provides teachers, as well as student members, with educational and leadership development. Focusing on occupational competencies and ethical behavior, this 180,000 member organization has information about high school divisions, collegiate divisions, alumni divisions, and scholarships. http://www.deca.or! g/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] An online publication "for Direct Marketers" that is full of very useful information. http://www.dmnews.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] This organization "serve as a credible resource for marketers faced with the challenge of how and when to use interactive technology to achieve quantifiable marketing objectives." http://www.glima.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] A list of over 4,000 trademarks, who owns them, and how to use a trademark properly. http://www.inta.org/ Source: International Trade Mark Association [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: StudyWeb] An organization devoted to marketing and promotions using the Internet as its tool. http://www.intermarketing.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] The list of informational items this site holds is lon! g. It features a job information center, a comprehensive guide to web sites of major marketers, loads of industry information, top 100 advertisers, an industry e-mail directory, FAQs, and much more. http://www.asiresearch.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Learn to effectively market to kids. Includes a section "Just for Kids: Market-Zing" and a free newsletter. http://www.kidsmarketing.com Source: Kids Marketing [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tara Farmer] This site provides marketing communications information including full-text articles, news, book reviews, and links. http://www.marcommwise.com [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Add-A-Link] A web site with ideas for marketing your small business on the internet and in print. http://www.digitalstore.com/marketing/mstern/index.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Melinda Dworzan] Helps marketing researchers learn! about new markets and opportunities. Allows members to discuss problems, concerns, and share ideas. Features a code of data collection standards, educational programs and events, and most importantly and helpful, the "Blue Book Research Services Directory." The directory is a searchable database of all advertising and marketing agencies that is a vital research on its own. http://www.mra-net.org/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] Articles, marketing forum, database, and a software library make up this web site. Lots of help for small business owners. http://www.marketingsource.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Melinda Dworzan] Information about advertising your business. Business resources are also listed. http://www.mediacentral.com/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Melinda Dworzan] This association specializes in the marketing of books and publications. Of particular interest ! to the web site visitor is the online newsletter that features helpful articles about marketing in the publishing world. http://www.pma-online.com/news.html [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] This graphic intensive site claims it is "the most useful site ever created for sales and marketing professionals." It "does" have lots of information. Just its searchable database of over 200,000 articles is worth a visit. http://www.sell.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] "The World's Market Research Web Site." It has over 3000+ marketing research, advertising jobs in its database. The latest marketing news, interviews from famous marketers, and much more. This site is so full of information, you've got to see it to believe it. Watch out, information overload! http://www.worldopinion.com/home.taf [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Rosalind Welch] [ ] [ ] (c) Copyright 1996 - 2000, Al! l rights reserved. Send Comments to
         
      A: Directory Index : : Aeronautical Engineering Aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, aeronautics and propulsion systems - it's all at this site and it's huge. Further topics of discussion are wings, design, wind tunnels, and computational tools. You need some understanding of aerodynamics but there is a lot of information the non-professional can understand and the images are top quality. http://www.aerodyn.org/ Source: Antonio Filippone, Ph.D., Division of Fluid Dynamics, Dept. of Energy Engineering, Tech. University [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] This is a great site and very comprehensive. It explains Equations of Fluid Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Gasdynamics, Aircraft Performance, Propulsion, Data Sheets, Tutorials and Wind Tunnel Experimental Data. Excellent graphics are throughout the site. http://aeroserver.aero.usyd.edu.au/aero/aerodyn.html Source: Aeronautical Engineering, University ! of Sydney [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] A very thorough introduction to bicycle aerodynamics. There are some technical parts to it, but overall it is easy to understand. http://www.princeton.edu/~asmits/Bicycle_web/bicycle_aero.html Source: Barrie S. H. Royce, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace, Princeton University [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] ASEB is a board 'within the National Research Council, that provides a public service by working outside the framework of government to ensure independent advice on matters of science, technology, and medicine by utilizing committees of the nation's top scientists, engineers, and other experts - all of whom volunteer their time to study specific concerns.' Many of the group's reports are available online. http://www.nas.edu/cets/aseb/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Interactive course related to instrumentation and! laboratory for aerospace and ocean engineering. http://www.aoe.vt.edu/aoe3054/manual/index.html Source: Virginia Polytechnic Institute [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Theodore Mandopoulos] Wondering what courses you need to take in junior and high school to prepare for an engineering career? Check out this site, it will tell you the classes you need to take starting in the 7th grade. http://www.sdsu.edu/academicprog/aeroeng.html Source: College of Engineering, San Diego State University [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] 'AEDC is the most advanced and largest complex of flight simulation test facilities in the world serving the Department of Defense, NASA, commercial and international customers. You can learn about their , , and facilities at their website. http://www.arnold.af.mil/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] You can learn quite a bit about past , and from this web site. Th! ere's also a large . This would be a good resource for students writing reports on aviation. http://www.aviation-history.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] A cool site - here's what NASA says about it: 'We operate BAD-Web to give some rudimentary insight into the art and science of aircraft design. While we have purposely limited the scope of BAD-Web to ensure quick results, it should demonstrate the kind of trade-offs and decisions that aircraft designers face on a daily basis.' http://fornax.arc.nasa.gov:9999/badweb/badweb.html Source: NASA Ames Research Center [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] One in a series of training modules for personnel at Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which manages NASA projects that probe the deep space environment of our solar system. You can the complete module in PDF format in one large file or ten smaller ones. http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/basics/bsf-toc.htm [Visual Con! tent: Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] An exceptional web site that explains aerodynamics and with hypertext links throughout the descriptions for more information. However, it covers much more than that - check out the for a complete list that includes slides, animation and problem sets. http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/airplane/bga.html Source: NASA Glenn Research Center Learning Technologies Project [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] A neat web site that provides a first-hand look at the instrument panels, controls, switches and knobs that are on the Boeing 777 flight deck. First decide which flight panel you want to learn about and then click on the part you want to learn about. Ever wondered what kind of flight checklists the pilots go through? Just follow this for an extensive list. http://www.meriweather.com/247/247_msg.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] British Aerospace is Euro! pe's leading aerospace and defense company. They have extensive information on the types of they manufacture and the role of engineering in their business. http://www.bae.co.uk/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] How do you test an airplane for cracks without destroying the airplane? Visit the CNDE at Iowa State University to learn about their sound imaging or other noninvasive techniques. In 1992 the University started the to promote the use of NDE technologies by the Iowa engineering, agribusiness and manufacturing communities. http://www.cnde.iastate.edu/cnde.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: NA Contributor: Janet Opitz] The Chemical Propulsion Information Agency (CPIA), located at Johns Hopkins University, 'serves as the US national clearinghouse for information, data and analysis on chemical, electrical and nuclear propulsion for missile, space and gun propulsion systems. The Agency also provides technical and administrative supp! ort to the Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force (JANNAF) Interagency Propulsion Committee.' You can access the Propulsion Database, an electronic newsletter and Propulsion News at the site. http://www.jhu.edu/~cpia/ [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] 'This calculator, written in Javascript by William Devenport at the Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Department, Virginia Tech, computes the standard relations for compressible flow of a perfect gas. The calculator is intended to provide a faster more convenient alternative to printed tables and charts (e.g. NACA Report 1135).' http://www.aoe.vt.edu/aoe3114/calc.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: NA Contributor: Janet Opitz] This text-only site describes the importance of air power by the U.S. Army in World War II. http://aeroweb.brooklyn.cuny.edu/history/wwii/d-day/toc.html [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Whether you want to study air traffic controll! er, aeronautical engineering, or space studies, Embry-Riddle may be the place for you. Located in Daytona Beach, Florida, come visit the site and take a tour of the campus. http://www.db.erau.edu/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] What was the difference between the Wright Brothers powered flight and others who tried before them? They carried out extensive experiments with their home-built wind tunnel and designed their 1903 Flyer to protect themselves from injury. If you have the Shockwave software or the capacity to view movies, visit their simulation page for several short movies. http://firstflight.open.ac.uk/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Authored by Lane E. Wallace, this publication provides the "history of the first 50 years at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center." It takes a look at the "role flight research has played in aeronautical research and development and provides insightful accounts o! f most of the major flight research projects from 1946 to 1996". http://www.dfrc.nasa.gov/History/Publications/Flights/ Source: NASA Dryden Flight Research Center [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Along with learning about the Wright Brothers and their flight, John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown, who made the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic, there is also a section on at this web site. It's designed to explain the four forces that must take place in order for a plane to fly - lift, thrust, drag and weight. http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/flights/ Source: Science Museum, London [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] GE is the world's leading manufacturer of military and commercial aircraft jet engines. When you visit this site, you will learn the of GE aircraft engines along iformation on their different . http://www.geae.net/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Ever wo! ndered about the inner workings of those large turbine engines that propel airplanes? Check this site out - it describes the whole process with drawings included as well as numerous links to other sites that contain the same kind of information. http://www.howstuffworks.com/turbine.htm Source: Marshall Brain - How Stuff Works [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] There's a lot to see here - it describes the way different objects stay in space and includes , , , and . Can fly? http://www.nasm.edu/galleries/gal109/ Source: National Air and Space Museum [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] An 'HTML version of a non-copyright work, by Orville Wright, obtained from The Aviation Education Clearinghouse of the Federal Aviation Administration'. It covers their initial preparation, weight and thrust, flight testing, propeller shaft trouble, their first attempt, final preparations, and the actual flight. http://www.aero-web! .org/history/wright/wright.htm [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] 'Howdy! Welcome to our Kids on the Moon Lunar Base at Immaculate Conception School, Somerville, New Jersey, USA!' is the greeting you will receive at this web site, which is maintained by students who are definitely interested in space. http://www.njin.net/~dmollica/index.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] An on-line tutorial designed to teach aeronautical engineering students the principles of Integrated Product Development (IPD). http://daniel.aero.calpoly.edu/~amdaf/nasa/nasa.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] According to NASA, "This introduction provides a glimpse into the science of flight testing. This introduction provides detailed explanations and images of maneuvers, flight test procedures, and how data is collected." It is available in HTML or PDF format. After the introduction, it also cove! rs climb, pushover-pullup, roll, control pushes, flutter, maximum performance landing, maximum performance takeoff, sawtooth climb, speed, wind up turn and steady slideslip. Loaded with text information, there are also numerous illustrations and images throughout. http://trc.dfrc.nasa.gov/ftintro/ Source: NASA Dryden Flight Research Center [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] An introduction to the principles of aerospace engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology that covers the theory of flight, aircraft, rockets and humans in space. http://web.mit.edu/16.00/www/aec/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] A complete text on aeronautics that is geared towards different reading levels - beginner, intermediate and advanced. Each section has basically the same areas but with text and images appropriate for age levels between Kindergarten and 8th grade. http://wings.ucdavis.edu/Book/ [Visual Content: Approx! . Grade Level: K-6+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Landings is your gateway to the world of on-line Aviation. You can access information on flight planning, pilot training, hangar talk, weather, news, and companies. http://www.landings.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] After you choose your language preference between English and French, click on the type of Learjet you want to learn about and then you can read the specifications and stats available for each one. http://www.learjet.com/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Lewis Research Center, or LERC, is a part of NASA and at this web site you can learn all about wind tunnels - their , how to build your and download some free educational aeronautical . http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/Other_Groups/K-12/windtunnel.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] The JPL Robotics program is managed for NASA by the California Institute of Te! chnology and is the 'lead U.S. center for robotic exploration of the solar system.' Their site is loaded with images, information about their different missions, and of spacecraft lifting off. JPL spacecraft have visited all known planets except Pluto, which is scheduled for the late 1990's. They also have a with information on the Cassini Spacecraft. For even more pictures and information on robotics, visit the site. http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] How is your knowledge about space? Take this short quiz and see how you do. It requires Java Script support. http://learn.ivv.nasa.gov/space_trivia/space_trivia.html [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Funded by the government, the Laboratory is the main source for aerospace research in the Netherlands. You can learn about their international projects,and at this site. http://www.nlr.nl/public/index.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade! Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] 'ONERA is a scientific and technical public establishment whose mission is to develop and guide aerospace research; design, develop and implement the facilities it requires to conduct its research and testing; publish and promote the results of its research; and contribute to the education of engineers and scientists.' Most of the site is technical so it is for the more advanced student. http://www.onera.fr/english.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] In 'January of 1987, nearly a full year after the Challenger accident, Roger Boisjoly came to MIT to relate his experiences to both faculty and students. In his address, he described his attempts to avert the Challenger Disaster during the year preceding the Challenger launch. According to some reports, evidence pointed to the right solid rocket booster as the source of the accident.' At this web site, you can learn about the steps he took trying to delay t! he Challenger launch and management's decision to override his recommendation. You may be surprised to learn everything that went on behind the scenes. http://onlineethics.org/text/moral/boisjoly/RB-intro.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] An educational web site to help you learn the names and functions of the different of an airplane, what makes an airplane , and how a plane is . http://www.allstar.fiu.edu/aero/princ1.htm [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 3-9 Contributor: Janet Opitz] A great site for students to learn more about what NASA does, participate in some , , and an opportunity to join the where you can talk to shuttle and station experts via the web and have a Q & A with NASA's experts via email. For the younger students, there is a with some great activities. http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: K+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Raytheon is another manufacturer of jets, turboprops and military avi! ation. When you get to their site, all you have to do is use the pull-down menus to select the model you want to get information on. http://www.raytheon.com/rac/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] The San Diego Aerospace Museum has a nice on-line exhibit at their site. They have a collection of over 65 U.S. and foreign aircraft and spacecraft on display. http://www.AerospaceMuseum.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] A wonderful site to learn about satellites - , , which orbit they are circling the earth in and . Oh, and by the way, would you like to make a satellite? They have an interactive program that enables you to do just that - try it, I think you will like it!! http://www.thetech.org/hyper/satellite/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Save a Connie Inc. 'is a not-for-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to restoring, preserving, and exhibiting propeller dri! ven commercial aircraft.' Their first project was the restoration of a '1049G Super Constellation built by Lockheed in 1959.' They have a webcam, or you can a flight simulator, or view their many images of planes in the . http://www.saveaconnie.org/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] SEDS (Students for the Exploration & Development of Space) is a 'student-run organization dedicated to educating Canada's youth about Canadian achievements in space exploration and furthering student interest in the space sciences.' Chapters are also available in the and . http://www.seds.ca/ [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] This site has the latest news, images, QuickTime movies and background of the SSRT from McDonnell Douglas and Lockheed Martin. You can download the movies to your computer. http://gargravarr.cc.utexas.edu/ssrt/index.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] 'Space Research Ins! titute is the leading organization of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the field of investigations of Outer Space, Solar System planets and other objects of the Universe.' You can learn about their current projects at their web site - , , , , and many others. http://WWW.IKI.RSSI.RU [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] Packed full of information on the space shuttle, the external tank, solid rocket booster, crew compartment, cargo bay, and space shuttle main engine, and much more. http://www.seds.org/ssa/old_site/space.shuttle/docs/homepage.html [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 6-9+ Contributor: Janet Opitz] An example of a student engineering project involving robotics which could be used for space applications. The project is part of the third and fourth years of the System Design Engineering program at the University of Waterloo. I think you will find this very interesting. http://real.uwaterloo.ca:80/~robot/ [Visual Content: Approx. Gr! ade Level: 12+ Contributor:
         
      A: Directory Index : : How to Represent Yourself Browse through information provided for individuals who are representing themselves in Arizona courts. Be sure to link to forms which are required to be submitted for various cases including divorce, child custody, name change, and small claims. Required filing fees for this court system are also outlined. http://www.supreme.state.az.us/selfserv/ Source: Arizona Supreme Courts [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Readers wishing to file a claim in a California small claims court should not miss this site. Procedures are provided for preparing, filing, and serving a claim as well as for subpoenaing a witness and locating a defendant. Additional information is provided for specific legal topics including unpaid wage claims, suing for a bad check, and suing a government agency. http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts/trial/smallclaims/index.htm Source: San ! Mateo County Superior and Municipal Courts [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Be sure to visit this site to learn about the function of small claims court, a detailed description of small claims court procedures, and options for the defendant in a small claims case. This site also includes discussion of appeal procedures and suggestions on how to collect money awarded to you in a ruling. Don�t miss the list of District Courts in Massachusetts. http://www.melrose.org/constabulary/consumer.htm Source: Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A helpful and informative site for those individuals wishing to represent themselves in a divorce matter in the District of Columbia. Includes an article and frequently asked questions on property division, child support guidelines, and a glossary of family law terms. You can also download �DC Divorce and Mar! ital Separation Form Kits.� http://www.divorcelawinfo.com/DC/flc.htm Source: The District of Columbia Family Law Center [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Check out this site if you are plan on divorcing your spouse or your spouse has filed for divorce from you. Learn valuable information such as what information court staff can give you to help you through your proceedings, how a divorce mediator may be able to help you, should you decide to represent yourself, and where to locate free legal aid services. http://www.state.vt.us/courts/family/pmflt_16.htm Source: Office of the Court Administrator, State of Vermont [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Advice for getting a �pro se divorce.� Includes step-by-step procedures for obtaining a divorce in Texas, as well as a list of frequently ask questions regarding representing yourself in divorce proceedings. Don�t miss the section which discuss! es how an attorney can help you to represent yourself successfully. http://www.farinlaw.com/doit.htm Source: Linda Farin, P.C. [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Suggestions for fathers representing themselves in cases involving their children. This site also contains advice on how to act in court when representing yourself including how to dress, how to act, what mannerisms to display, and to be prepared. http://www.thefathersgroup.org/court.htm Source: The Fathers Group [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Visit this web site for a summary of the small claims court process in Florida. Learn how to file a small claim, what cases qualify for handling in small claims court, and the fee for filing with small claims court. This page may help individuals decide if small claims court is an option for them. http://www.wfla.com/8oys/smlclaim.htm Source: wfla.com [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9! -12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Learn about the procedures involved in small claims court. Choose from a range of topics including what types of cases can be handled in small claims court, how to file a claim with small claims court, and a review of the �Texas Small Claims Court Statute.� http://www.lawlib.uh.edu/peopleslawyer/smallclaims/ Source: University of Houston Law Center [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Visit this web site for access to resources to help you prepare to represent yourself in a legal matter. Be sure to link to �Cases and Materials on Pro Se Litigation and Related Issues� to review the history of self-representation, and the �growth of non-lawyer practice.� http://www.pro-selaw.org/ Source: Center for Law Practice Technology [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] One of the highlights of this site, which will help the layperson, is the glossary of legal terms and for! ms. Students can also learn how to prepare, file, and serve a claim for small claims court and find out what procedures are followed when individuals represent themselves in small claims court. http://www.metrokc.gov/kcdc/smclhome.htm Source: King County, WA District Court [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Learn general information about how to represent yourself in a divorce matter without the assistance or services of an attorney. The service on this website claims to allow you the opportunity to obtain a quick and uncomplicated divorce. Includes information pertaining to child custody issues, contested and uncontested divorces, and �marital settlement agreements.� http://www.lawyerless.com/divorce.html Source: Microlaw Inc. [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Visit this site for access to an online consumer legal resource. Click on links to self-help legal topics including bankruptcy, ! civil law, and business law. This site also provides a section of legal information for teens. http://www.legalpad.com/ Source: Legal Pad [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] This site provides a very brief discussion of small claims court. From here you can link to legal sites which will help the layperson learn about the law and what procedures should be followed when representing oneself. Choose from the �Legal Information Institute,� �Law Info.com,� and the �U.S. House of Reps Law Library.� http://www.wmbakerassociates.com/legalsh.html Source: N/A [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A summary of small claims courts procedures. Includes answers to common questions such as �can I bring witnesses to small claims court,� �is it necessary to serve papers on the party being sued,� and �is it possible to appeal a small claims court decision.� http://www.courttv.com/legalhelp/lawguide/9.html Source:! N/A [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Learn about a real small claims court in Georgia. Find out about the forms required for filing a claim with this court and review the history of the court. Students can also review case load statistics and learn how an individual can represent themselves in a small claims case. http://www.mindspring.com/~magcourt/ Source: Magistrate Court of Cobb County [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A good starting point if you are considering representing yourself in a legal matter. Specifically, find out the steps to take, in any state, for beginning self-representation in a divorce proceeding by linking to The Divorce Law Center. http://www.marylandlawonline.com/welcome.htm Source: American Law Online [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] This site contains a manual which provides detailed information pertaining to represent! ing oneself in a legal matter and filing a claim in federal court. Topics covered include �the five required elements of a lawsuit,� �rules and procedures for filing a case in district court,� and �trial procedures.� Visitors to this site will also find the glossary of legal terms helpful. http://www.id.uscourts.gov/pro-se.htm Source: United States District Court for the District of Idaho [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A helpful manual for those who intend to represent themselves in legal matters in federal court in Puerto Rico. Learn basic legal information as well as procedures for writing and filing your complaint, and serving the defendants being sued. This site contains very detailed information including required paperwork formats and which individuals are required to receive specific forms. http://www.prd.uscourts.gov/i_pro_se.htm Source: U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level! : 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Access free resources which provide insight on how to represent yourself in a legal matter. Read stories of both successes and failures of people attempting to represent themselves in legal proceedings. Also, view the contents of the online library. http://www.legalfreedom.com/prc/ Source: Legal Club of America [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A brief summary, based on frequently asked questions, of the procedures to be followed when representing yourself in a legal matter in Connecticut. Includes sources of general information on self-representation, tips for representing yourself, and sources of forms required to file a claim. http://www.jud.state.ct.us/faq/represent.html Source: State of Connecticut Judicial Branch [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A description of the function of the Division of Administrative Hearings in Florida, along with proc! edures which should be followed to reschedule a hearing, obtain information you wish to see from other parties involved in a case, and how to subpoena a witness or object to a subpoena. Recommendations on how to prepare for a hearing and a description of what happens at a hearing are also included. http://www.doah.state.fl.us/internet/yourself.cfm Source: State of Florida Division of Administrative Hearings [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Be sure to check out this site if you would like to know how to represent yourself in a legal matter in California. Find out what your hearing is likely to entail, what kinds of evidence you may need, how to obtain necessary records from a business, and how to determine if your matter can possibly be settled without a hearing. http://www.oah.dgs.ca.gov/Info/proper.asp Source: California Office of Administrative Hearings [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] ! Visit this site for some useful advice on representing yourself in small claims matters. This short description provides an overview of what happens during small claims proceedings and provides the criteria for qualification as a small claims case. Visitors to this site can also send an e-mail to receive a free legal consultation. http://www.scheinin.com/smclaims.htm Source: Steven J. Scheinin, Attorney at Law [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Browse through several helpful links including complaints and disputes, courts and legal processes, and small claims courts. Learn how to �negotiate your matter on your own� with help from government agencies and consumer assistance organizations. The �consumer topics� link provides consumer information for a wide range of topics including the environment, family law, elder law, and personal injury. http://consumer.findlaw.com/lawyers/self.html Source: FindLaw Consumer [Visual Content: N/A Ap! prox. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Visit this site for access to tools to assist you in defending yourself in a legal case. Take advantage of the legal encyclopedia which offers overviews of the legal aspects of many topics including small businesses, wills and estate planning, criminal law, personal injury, and divorce, child custody, and child support. http://www.nolo.com/index.html Source: Nolo [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Take a look at a brief overview of some things to remember when representing yourself in small claims court. Some recommendations include keeping copies of all information and paperwork which relates to your claim and bringing evidence and witnesses to court to support your claim. http://www.ag.fvsu.edu/html/publications/teletips/consumer/428.htm Source: Fort Valley State University [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Learn about representing! yourself in small claims court. Choose from topics and fact sheets such as how to claim, summary of the truth, time limits, enforcement, how to start a claim, and bankruptcy. Be sure to browse through the links to legal topics such as accident claims, adoption, and legal aid. http://www.lawrights.co.uk/smc.html [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] A helpful handbook for individuals who are planning to represent themselves in court in King County, Washington. Topics include: how to decide to represent yourself; an overview of the state court rules in Washington; recommended sources of information; and the procedures which should be followed when proceeding in a matter in which you are representing yourself. http://www.kcba.org/prose2.htm Source: King County Bar Association [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Downloadable packet of information and required forms for individuals who are seekin! g what they believe to be an uncontested report. This packet may allow you to represent yourself in a divorce, but it should be noted that this packet may not be useful to everyone involved in a divorce. http://www.courts.state.ny.us/toc-ud.htm Source: New York State Unified Court System [Visual Content: Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] An overview of what procedures may be followed should you choose to represent yourself in the Florida Court System. A short summary of the basic �rules of the court� is also included at this site. http://circuit6.co.pinellas.fl.us/sixth/ProSe/Prosedef.html Source: Florida�s Sixth Judicial Circuit [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Check out this site if you are plan on representing yourself in a legal matter in the state of Michigan. This site will help you learn about �do-it-yourself� filing packets, filing fees, and recommendations for procedures to follow if you do not ag! ree with a judge�s order or a referee�s recommendations. http://www.midlandcounty.org/foc/proper.htm Source: Michigan Supreme Court State Court Office [Visual Content: N/A Approx. Grade Level: 9-12+ Contributor: Tricia D'Agostino] Check out this site for basic information on defending yourself in a legal matter. Includes directions on how to file the required paperwork, how to file a motion, and a glossary of legal terms which you should be familiar with should you decide to represent yourself. http://courts.co.calhoun.mi.us/book029.htm Source: Michigan Supreme Court State Court Administrative Office [Visual Content: N/A Approx. 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      1. partioning (with regards to safe hibernation & 8.x gig limit)
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      Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001 21:18:08 -0800
      From: Stephen Lau
      Sub! ject: partioning (with regards to safe hibernation & 8.x gig limit)

      >So I am creating the following partition structure:
      >hda1 (boot from dos floopy and create this first with mks2k)
      >hda2 /boot ACTIVE partition, LILO installed here
      >hda3
      >hda4 extended
      >hda5 /
      >hda6 /home

      I want to keep my Windows partition when I get my I8000 - so I was going
      to use PartitionMagic or FIPS to knock it down to about 3 gigs ( just
      enough for Windows, Office, and Rainbow Six:Rogue Spear ). Anyhow,
      Esta pregunta ha sido enviada a un experto para su atenci�n

      I was just going to keep the windows partition as hda1, but now I'm
      concerned about getting s2d & the boot partition under the cylinder limit.
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      It seems maybe I should do something like:

      hda1
      hda2 /boot (with LILO installed here)
      hda3
      hda4 extended
      hda5
      hda6 /

      I assume when I get it, probably all 20 gigs will be allocated as hda1 to
      Windows. Is there a way to move/swap partition assignments/ordering to
      achieve my desired ordering?

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