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Legends of the Air
For those who love to fly through the past comes the U. S. Air Force Museum Homepage. Located in Dayton, Ohio, the museum has an endless number of artifacts and exhibits, and this Web site is no different. From the first all-wing airplane to the Boeing XB - 39 "Spirit of Lincoln," here's your chance to sit in the cockpit of every plane imaginable. Navigate out to www.nationalmuseum.af.mil and tour the museum's galleries of hundreds of planes. You'll be able to cruise over Asia during the Korean conflict, lounge in presidential aircrafts, and jetset with the stars on a space flight. Suffering from jetlag already? For those who'd rather stay grounded, there are exhibits on weapons, equipment, plane engines and the Air Force's early years. The Air Force Museum is educational and exciting. It's time to prepare for an air strike!


The Pyramid Presidents
With more than 60 million people, ancient history and world-famous landmarks, Egypt remains a land of excitement and mystery. Now you can explore the politics of this unique nation at the Egyptian Presidency Homepage. Walk through the desert to www.presidency.gov.eg and discover the workings of this important office. You'll meet President Hosni Mubarak and sit in on Egypt's international conferences. If spending time in the capital city of Cairo sounds like fun, you'll love taking a virtual tour of the Abdeen Palace. This site is full of Egyptian fun facts, maps and news. It's time to mingle with world leaders on the Nile River. His Excellency awaits your arrival!

Imagine, Explore, Play
The search is over! Here it is, the one Web site that will keep you coming back again and again. It's action-packed, always new, and always fun. If you're itching for something to do, zoom over to www.bonus.com. If it's hip to you, it's here: more than 1,000 activities. Explore the human body and gross science, brighten the world with art, take a whiz kid quiz or journey through a haunted mansion (if you dare). With color, animation and sound around every corner, this site never gets old. Bookmark it and make this site a regular stop on your trips through cyberspace. There's no way you can do it all in one day. So get started now! (This site is no longer available.)



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42 mph
150 mph
17 mph
2. Where was President Hosni Mubarak born?
Al-Menoufiyah, Egypt
Abuja, Nigeria
Athens, Geeece
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President Bill Clinton
President George Washinton
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Dear Andrea: Computer viruses are programs that reproduce themselves and can spread to other computers. A virus can be transferred on a floppy disk, across a network or downloaded from the Web. Typical e-mail and downloads of pictures and text files don't have viruses. Files infected with a virus are always executable files or programs that must run to infect your computer. To be safe, get an anti-virus utility. Check out www.hitchhikers.net/ av.shtml for more information. (This site is no longer available. You can download free anti-virus software at www.comodo.com or http://free.avg.com/us-en.)

Dear Amy: I get a lot of mail every day. Some of it is really bad. Is there any way that I can stop them from sending that kind of mail to me?-Sarah, Tulsa, OK

Dear Sarah: If you can't ignore the junk mail anymore, some e-mail programs allow you to filter e-mail into a folder. Then you can trash it without having to read it. Check your e-mail documentation for more info. You could also try replacing the part of the address before the @ sign with "postmaster." This might be the address of someone responsible for the e-mail system who you can send a complaint to. If none of this works, about all you can do is change your e-mail address. Call your Internet Service Provider for more suggestions.

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