Summer Recipes - allrecipes.com, Food.com and epicurious.
Frontline - Digital Nation - How is technology changing our lives? This engaging program from Frontline takes first steps into this brave new digital world. On the homepage, visitors can watch the entire 90-minute program and also view special segments such as Living Faster, Relationships, Waging War, and Virtual Worlds. The Virtual Worlds area is particularly compelling, as it looks at how virtual reality is being used to treat the post-traumatic stress disorder experienced by soldiers.
Do Nothing for Two Minutes - Are you stressed out? Annoyed? Try clicking on this site, and for 2 minutes, just watch the view and listen to the waves.
NEH Summer Booklists for Young Readers - Arranged by grade levels. The recommendations are solid, but I don't understand why they wouldn't give descriptions of the books. You can find descriptions of many of them at Children's Book Almanac <http://www.childrensbookadayalmanac.com/> (where you can also find recommendations by age group) or Amazon.
Heat Stroke and Heat Exhaustion from the Mayo Clinic.
4 iPhone ans iPad Apps for the Summer Olympics
Michael Carson on Baseball Novels - Michael Carlson considers baseball novels a reflection of American life, and offers these five novels as proof.
20 Frugal Ways to Brighten Your Spouse's Day
Frommers Travel Guide - The long--time publisher of travel guidebooks has created an excellent site for planning a trip. Searchable by keywords (I used "bicycle Canada" and "Baseball Arizona"), and browsable by destinations, hotels, trip ideas, and Tips and Tools (a calendar of events, currency info, customs info, etc.). A feature parents will like is 100 Places To Take Your Kids Before They Grow Up.
Video Archive - Princeton Art Museum - The Princeton Art Museum, like many other museums, is increasingly using video to record on-site events, and then making the recordings available online. The Princeton Art Museum video archive provides a broad selection of content, including musical performances, artist interviews, lectures, behind the scenes videos, and videos that originally appeared on exhibition websites.