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Diplodocs

http://safemanuals.com/

Need a user’s manual for a product in your home?  You might be able to find it on this site.  Diplodocs carries 1.4 million user’s guides for over 5600 brands.  Search by brand, manufacturer or model number.

Online Tech Support

www.nytimes.com/2008/12/25/technology/personaltech/25basics.html

The New York Times posted this article on Christmas Day to help people find online tech support for their new products.  There are really good suggestions and links included that will be helpful year-round.

Simple Book Repair

www.dartmouth.edu/~preserve/repair/repairindex.htm

Although we can always count on Material Services to inject a little life into our older books, I’ve had several customers ask me over the years for guidance in repairing their own books.  Should you also be asked this question, you can refer them to this site from the members of Preservation Services of Dartmouth Library.  It covers everything from mending spines to drying waterlogged books.  It also provides a guide to useful tools.

FixYa

www.fixya.com

FixYa is a comprehensive site which houses technical support, manuals and troubleshooting tips for a variety of consumer products.  This site can also be used to locate a repair service for a particular product.

Learnthat

www.learnthat.com

Learnthat offers hundreds of free online courses and tutorials.  Available tutorials are organized in the following categories: Business, Certification, Computers, Finance, House, Internet and Lifestyle.