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Do you miss the MS-DOS classic video games of the past? Games like Duke Nukem 3D, Lemmings, Oregon Trail, and SimCity? These games, and more than 2,500 other titles, are now available to play for free to play online in your browser (via a DOSBox emulator) at the Internet Archive.
Call the toll-free number, or fill out the online form to request a free copy of "Warning: Revelation is About to be Fulfilled," a 180-page book by Larry Wilson that "reveals the outcome of prophecies in the Bible." Allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. (U.S. only).
These days, an increasing number of restaurants offer free meals for children. In many cases, these specials are unadvertised. At this handy site, you'll find a roundup of over 5,000 restaurant locations that offer free, or discounted, meals for kids.
Here you can send a personalized message and two complimentary Yogi tea samples to a friend. Yogi teas are "made with natural and organic ingredients" and are available in over 60 varieties. (U.S. only).
Sign up with this site (it's free) and you can get paid to review products and participate in online surveys. You can receive anywhere from $5 to $75 per survey completed. You must be 18 or older to participate. (U.S. only).
Do you play bridge, or would you like to learn this popular card game? A free service, Bridge Base Online, lets you play against other online players. The site has over 250,000 members. The site offers duplicate matchpoints, duplicate IMPs, rubber bridge, team matches, and more.
This site offers hundreds of free texture and background photo images in JPG format. Categories include walls, metal, rocks & stones, wood, nature, abstract, paper, liquids and more. New images are added here regularly. Premium super high-resolution pictures are also available.
This free online service lets you check the reputation of any Web site or IP address and analyze it for any possible hazards. urlCheck.info is useful for determining if a site is engaged in scams like phishing, spam, fake online shops, or malware distribution.
Complete the short form to request a free "vegan starter kit" from PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). The kit includes recipes, tips and advice to "guide you through the transition to a healthier, happier, and longer-lasting life." (International availability).
This free service lets you create a customized signature image that you can use in online posts, E-mails, blogs, and other digital content. The service is easy to use; just follow the simple instructions.
Worried that you're paying too much for an auto repair job? This free resource offers impartial, "fair price" estimates and a comprehensive auto shop directory, as well as tips and advice from certified mechanics. You can also store your auto maintenance records here.
Got a problem with your computer? This useful site offers free tech support via a community of volunteers. To get started, follow the instructions to register (it's free). Then, you can browse the site's 27 forums and post your questions. The site is popular, with over 200,000 members.
This is a free image hosting and sharing service that lets you upload an unlimited number of images. Each image may be up to 10 megs in size. ePhoto Bay supports image hotlinking, with unlimited bandwidth. Registration is not required.
Here's a free service that offers reliable image hosting for your Web site, forum, eBay auction, etc. This easy-to-use service lets you drag and drop your images (which may be up to 8 megs in size). Features here include direct image links, BBCode, HTML embed codes, and unlimited uploads.
Fed up with unwanted calls from telemarketers? This free service lets you easily remove your name from telemarketers' lists. The National Do Not Call Registry is managed by the Federal Trade Commission (the U.S. government's consumer protection agency). The site is available in English and Spanish. (U.S. only).