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Advanced System Care
Allison Classes
Any Video Converter
Archive.org
Audacity Audio Editor
AVG Antivirus
Best Journalistic Practices
Best Practicies For The Best Radio And Internet Radio Personalities
Billboard
Blury Video Cleaner Free
Brave Browser
Broadcastify's EMS Scanner
Broadcasting and Cable
Button Generator
Call of Duty (FREE)
Cashbox
CBS Radio Mystery Theater
Chrome Canary
Civil Defense
Classic TV
Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory
Conservapedia
Conservapedia Classes
Coursera Classes
Cyberpatriot
Disabled American Veterans
DuckDuckGo
Entertainment Tonight Live
EZ-Gif Video Rotator
EZ-Gif Video to GIF Converter
First We Feast
Flashback Screen Recorder
FreeInterTV
Grand Theft Auto (FREE)
Handbrake
HE.NET 3-D Map of the Internet
Hidden Persuaders
How to Master a Podcast for Archiving
How to Survive a Chemical Attack (PDF)
How to Survive a Nuclear Blast (PDF)
How to Use a Mixer
Ice Cream Video Editor
Irfanview
Is It Down
Journalism Essentials
Kapwing.com (free online video production tools)
Kim Komando
Levelator (ALT)
Library of Congress Internet Resources
LibreOffice
Local BTV ("LocalBTV does not currently include major national network programming," but does provide local news and non-network shows for a growing list of stations in 21 major markets -- if you live in them.)
Local Now (local TV news in quite a few markets as well as various specials and movies)
The Louvre
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Major Geeks
Malwarebytes
Music Row
NASA
NOAA
Nostalgia Central
NQB Radio
OneSearch
Open Culture Classes
Open Office
Openshot Video Editor
Paint.net
PDF Split and Merge Basic
PeaZip
Pixabay
Pluto TV
PR News
PR Week
The Prisoner
Privado
Project Gutenberg
Proton Mail
Puffer (As part of a Stanford University doctoral dissertation study on computer learning, six network TV stations in San Francisco provide their digital television signals. They include: KPIX (CBS), KNTV (NBC), KGO (ABC), KTVU (FOX), KQED (PBS), and KBCW (CW). You must live in the US to view and participate. There is essentially NO customer service!)
Radio.net
Rolling Stone
Signal
Spin
State of the Internet
Talkers Magazine
Tor Browser
TTSMP3
US Constitution
Variety
VLC Media Player
Wavpad
Wayback Machine
Whois
Wikipedia
WWITV (NEW)
Y2Mate YouTube Video Downloader