The World Wide Web can be wacky and wonderful and sometimes just plain weird.

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Go Postal, Get Creative

If you can’t make it to the post office, why not make the post office come to you? Now you can not only buy stamps online at Stamps.com, but you can also create your own custom “photo-stamps” with personalized pictures too.

And if you’re worried about being thrown in the pokey for mail fraud, don’t fret; the U.S. Postal Service signs off on the whole deal.

Young Scientists Go Online

From tips for stellar science fair projects to creative lab experiments, ScienceNewsForKids.org, shows the younger generations just how fun sciences can be. The site aims to help kids explore their world scientifically. And maybe it will help them do better on science tests in school.

You’re the Doctor

For every wannabe doctor or Operation board game aficionado, Edheads is a site that lets Web surfers perform virtual knee surgery complete with animation and sound. The site also has a glossary of medical terms and resources for teachers that want to use the site in their classrooms.

The Handwritten Clock

It might not look like a clock, but if you look at the numbers that hands are writing you’ll see an innovative idea for keeping time. Check it out; it might blow your mind.
 
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