This is not the prettiest site, but it is comprehensive. From this site, it is possible to access economic statistics from all around the world. Click on “US Economic Data” to see all of the data available from the Census, DOL, BLS and much more. Or search for information from other regions.
Recommended by the American Heart Association, hands-only CPR can be performed by any bystander and can save a life. This site from the AHA has an overview of what to do when someone collapses, a FAQ, and a video demonstration.
From the University of Maryland Medical Center, this site provides information on most forms of complemetary and alternative medicine, including: acupuncture, aromatherapy, ayruveda, biofeedback, chiropractic, herbal medicine, homeopathy, hypnotherapy, massage, mind/body medicine, naturopathy, nutrition, osteopathy, relaxation techniques, spirituality, tai chi, therapeutic touch, traditional chinese medicine and yoga. Users can also search the site by condition.
Diplodocs is an archive of instruction manuals for electronic equipment, household appliances, tools and much more. Browse by brand or product type or search by model number. Users can view manuals or upload their own.
The Macauley Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has an amazing sound and video library of animal and bird recordings. The library has been collecting recordings for over 80 years and has amassed a collection of over 170,000 recordings and videos of over 3500 species.