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Vol. 1, No. 45, August 30, 1999

New, Improved U.S.
Business Advisor Is Open for Business

Do you own a business? The new, improved US Business Advisor is a one-stop gateway to federal government information and services that can help you. Find out how to get a loan, a trademark, an export license, e-mail counseling, training, or procurement information online. Check out regulations that apply to your business. You'll save time, be more productive, and deal with the government anytime, anyplace with a click of a mouse. You'll have more time to run your business!
Maps, Maps,
and More Maps

If you need a map, the National Mapping Information site is for you. Browse a catalog of 70,000 topographic maps--and place your order. Search the Geospatial Data Clearinghouse. Customize your own map from the National Atlas of the United States. Locate aerial shots in the Digital Backyard. Get resources for students and teachers on the Learning Web.
Alternative Medicine Online
Americans are visiting practitioners of alternative medicine in increasing numbers, according to studies released by the Journal of the American Medical Association in November 1998. This website includes a database with 180,000 citations on everything from acupuncture to music therapy to yoga. And it's from an organization you can rely on--the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health.
Computers for Learning
In the small town of Sweet, Idaho, first and second grade students at Sweet-Montour Elementary School are using donated computers to practice math, phonics, reading and writing skills. Does your school or educational nonprofit organization need computers? You can request surplus federal computer equipment on this site. Federal agencies will donate computers to schools and educational nonprofits based on need.
In This Issue

Business Advisor


Alternative Medicine

Computers for Learning

Back Issues

Vol. 1, No. 44, August 16, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 43, August 16, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 42, August 9, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 41, August 2, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 40, July 26, 1999

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