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The Penguin Classics Library Complete Collection - Top 100 Titles

Sun, 23 May 2010 17:47:19 -0600

The Penguin Classics Complete Collection is an Amazon exclusive. It has been temporarily unavailable in the past, so we're leaving these links to the "top 100" titles separate. Some of the dead links on Amazon's main site have been fixed too, at least for now charges shipping on these 700 pounds of books, but occasionally has a free shipping special. Of course, you don't have to buy the whole set , even though it would be a good foundation for an institutional library.. Maybe you just need some books for the new lake house...(image)

IP Routers : Speed, Security and Economy

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 16:46:09 -0600

IP routers -- often called broadband routers or just routers -- direct network traffic to its proper destination, and so help to reduce the load on every system in the network.Once the exclusive domain of IT professionals, a wide variety of small but extremely capable routers are now available for the home & small business markets.(image)

The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith

Sun, 23 May 2010 17:49:07 -0600

Two events made 1776 a remarkable year. The first is the well-known Declaration of Independence by the Second Continental Congress.The other, which ultimately has had a far greater influence on the world in which we live, was the quiet publication of The Wealth of Nations by Scottish philosopher Adam Smith.Calling Smith an economist belies the fact that prior to The Wealth of Nations "economics" did not exist. His book is the foundation of the academic discipline.(image)

Fascist Dictator Benito Mussolini

Sun, 23 May 2010 17:53:47 -0600

People are so negative about Mussolini!Since Squidoo insists that we "respect everyone," all I can say is that Il Duce had a lot in common with today's "hip-hop" Republicans. Obviously, that's a good thing!(image)

Amazon aStores @

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 12:06:56 -0600

21 AUG 07 -'s aStores are one year old today, and to celebrate, Amazon has unveiled a whole new set of features. (Actually a week ago, but why quibble?)Now you can quickly and easily build thousands of Amazon product pages using the unlimited category nesting feature, build your own site navigation, and customize your store's look and feel with CSS.See Associate's Blog article(image)

Top Bridal Magazines

Thu, 22 Oct 2009 09:07:42 -0600's got all the popular bridal magazines to make your special day just a little easier on everyone. Whether you're planning a wedding or just dreaming for now, you'll find lots of interesting and useful information in these top-selling magazines(image)

Visit War-Torn Afghanistan

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 07:41:15 -0600

Maybe you won't enlist, but you could lend the army a hand in some small way -- and patting yourself on the back with a stupid yellow ribbon doesn't count.You could perhaps read Afghanistan: A Short History of Its People and Politics. Then, if the subject ever comes up, you would know something about it.Half the proceeds of this lens are donated to Soldier's Angels(image)

Finding Popular Products for Your Amazon Modules

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 02:51:04 -0600

Looking for great products from to feature on your webpage, blog, or Squidoo lens? We've done the heavy lifting for you! (So give us 5 stars.)'s "Movers and Shakers" are the products category by category that have had the greatest increase in sales over the past 24 hours. See them here.(image)

Ed's Test Lens

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:57:10 -0600

I pretty much stole the idea for this lens from Megan Casey, athough my content is much different.I'm testing modules here before publishing them to a "real" lens. Some modules rely on third-party software to select content based on keywords / tags. I'll try these modules out here for a while and make adjustments before their fully public release.(image)

Dungeonmasters Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Resources

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 03:00:47 -0600

The barkeep of the Rutting Unicorn jerks his head significantly toward a lone figure in threadbare robes shrouded in the shadows at the far corner of the public house. Nearing, you glimpse Architeuthis' visage, hideously stained vert et gules in magical combat long ago."I have forseen your coming," he intones in a voice at once soft and hoarse, yet indescribably powerful. "Buy me an ale, and I will fulfill your quest..."(image)

American Girl - Felicity Merriman

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 03:54:17 -0600

See the newest American Girl historical character, Rebecca Rubin "Felicity Merriman is an independent, loyal, spirited girl growing up in colonial Virginia in 1774, just before the Revolutionary War. Felicity® is impatient doing the “sitting-down kinds of things” that colonial girls are expected to do. She much prefers to be outdoors, especially riding horses! In her stories, Felicity learns about loyalty and responsibility—to her family, her friends, and her country—and what it means to be truly independent."(image)

Music Editors Listmania Lists @ 1-250

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 02:43:07 -0600

Anyone can write a Listmania! list, but's music department editors do an especially good job.Here are their most recent 250 lists.(image)

Current Amazon Computer and Video Game Bestsellers

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 18:02:12 -0600

Lensmasters, Amazon associates, and busy shoppers will find's most popular game-related items here. Just find your system in the "Lens Contents" in the right margin.We've developed these tools to help people find products they might like to buy or feature on their pages.(image)

Science Books - Andrew Weil - Readings in Science

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:23:01 -0600

Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D. is one practitioner of modern western medicine who does not subscribe to the notion that there is a pill for every ailment. Rather he advocates a more proactive approach not to the mere absence of identifiable disease, but the promotion of has invitede him to recommend his own "top ten" science books, which are included here.(image)

Low Fat Cookbooks @

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 16:55:21 -0600

The American Heart Association recommends a "heart healthy" diet featuring moderate amounts of fat and cholesterol. Since the typical American diet includes far more red meat than is recommended, knowing how to cook low fat and non-fat alternatives can help you feel better and live longer. You don't have to be a strict vegetarian to enjoy a few meatless dishes!(image)

Politics Central - Haynes Johnson's Readings in History / Politics

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 16:14:49 -0600

For nearly half a century, Haynes Johnson has reported on American history as it happens, including a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the civil rights battles in Selma, Alabama, years as a national affairs columnist for the Washington Post and a frequent commentator on PBS, and bestselling books on the Reagan years and the Bay of Pigs.(image)

New Republic Editor Peter Beinart

Thu, 16 Sep 2010 11:15:03 -0600

Peter Beinart is an author and syndicated columnist as well as a contributing editor to The New Republic. Peter served as TNR's editor for over 6 years.(image)

MP3 : Amazon's Top 10 Songs

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 11:41:17 -0600

Squidoo excels at displaying RSS feeds like this one from Who knows if it will meet their undefined "quality" standards?(image)

Microsoft Windows 7 / Vista Operating System

Thu, 22 Oct 2009 14:22:45 -0600

Vista is the first major upgrade to Microsoft's Windows Operating System in over five years, and it is packed with the new features and capabilities users want most. Still pricey at 40% below its initial cost, even Microsft admits the OS targets manufacturers more than the upgrade market.(image)

American Girl - Molly McIntire

Wed, 14 Oct 2009 06:21:34 -0600

See the newest American Girl historical character, Rebecca Rubin "Molly McIntire is a lively, lovable, patriotic girl growing up in 1944. Her stories describe her life on the home front during World War Two. Molly doesn’t like many of the changes the war has brought, and she especially misses her father, who is away caring for wounded soldiers. But Molly learns the importance of getting along and pulling together—just as her country has to do to win the war!"(image)

Oprahs Book Club Selections

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 18:14:58 -0600

Oprah may not like hamburgers, but her book club has done a lot to raise the public awareness of decent literature in recent years.If you like, you can view the FAQ and join Oprah's Books Club®. Book Club members save 10% on selected Amazon Merchandise(image)

Meet the American Girls

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 04:33:12 -0600

See the newest American Girl historical character, Rebecca Rubin Here is a list of all the pages I've written about your favorite American Girl Characters. You can find lots of good books about them and some DVD movies, dolls, and fun activities too.(image)

The NY Times Hardcover Nonfiction Bestsellers List

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 04:26:54 -0600

New! Subscribe by E-Mail! This RSS feed is updated automagically when gets around to it, usually Monday afternoon. E-Mails should arrive Tuesday mornings. Subscribe by Email(image)

Book Editors Listmania Lists : 1-250

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 04:05:13 -0600

Anyone can write a Listmania! list, but's book department editors do an especially good job.Here are their most recent 250 lists.(image)

"Domestic Diva" Martha Stewart

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 03:28:57 -0600

Martha Stewart opted to serve a five-month sentence for "something" after a lengthy public witch-hunt worthy of Kenneth Starr failed to produce evidence of alledged insider trading. The charge is currently under appeal, but Martha is now back on the street, baking her dangerously seditious cookies!Fans might find the satirical Martha Cooks in Prison amusing. Or then again, maybe not.(image)

Current Amazon VHS Video Cassette Lists

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 03:18:07 -0600

This "Lens" is not intended to be a shopping page, although the links do click through to, and it can be used that way.Rather it is one of several tools we've developed to help Lensmasters and Amazon associates find products they might like to feature on their pages. We've combined several feeds into one convenient browser-friendly list below.If you see something you'd like to buy feel free, of course. We expect most people will use this page the same way we do though, just to locate products they'd like to feature on a more focussed topical page.You'd be much better off at my Video Mania aStore(image)

The NY Times Paperback Fiction Bestsellers List

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 02:50:45 -0600

New! Subscribe by E-Mail! This RSS feed is updated automagically when gets around to it, usually Monday afternoon. E-Mails should arrive Tuesday mornings.     See also: Captain Squid's Lenses of Doom(image)

Book Editors' Listmania Lists : 251-on

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 18:00:59 -0600

Anyone can write a Listmania! list, but's book department editors do an especially good job.Here are more of their lists, including some deep discounts.(image)

Earn College Credit in Art History

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:54:33 -0600

Art History is strictly a humanities subject, and as such it is more about living life than about earning a living. If you have to ask, "What is it for?" you might not enjoy taking such a class, but in that case, the short answer would be: "Three easy credits."By the time I finish fleshing out this outline with links, I should be pretty well-versed in "Art History 101"(image)

Politics Central - Peter Beinart's Readings on Liberalism

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:48:50 -0600

"Since becoming the editor of The New Republic in 1999 (a position he left this spring to become an editor-at-large at the magazine), Peter Beinart has been one of the sharpest and most influential political writers around, and after 9/11 he was one of a number of leading liberal voices arguing for a strong response to what he calls the totalitarian spirit of radical Islam."Given that the most popular political authors at Squidoo seem to be Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, Bill O'Reilly, and Anne Coulter the ranking of this page isn't too surprising. Form your own conclusions.(image)

Anne d'Roid's Dungeon & Card Shop

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:39:46 -0600

Idle surfers may want to read the unsupported opinions of anonymous "experts," but shoppers -- the people who can make you some real money -- want choices.The idea that you can persuade anyone to buy something they don't want by bloviating about how remarkable it is is simply ridiculous! Nobody wants to wait 20 seconds for a streaming video ad to load just so they can find out how much you like Harry Potter. They want fast, focussed, friendly searches that lead them quickly to unbiased information about a range of products that closely match their criteria -- in short they want Amazon aStores.       ... More(image)

A Web Standards Bookshelf

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:07:11 -0600

"... As to whether modules are a good idea for someone who doesn't like modules... obviously no. For someone like you, you're pretty better off with a blog or a custom site."                    --Seth Godin in Squidoo Says My Lens Needs Improving(image)

Top 100 Reader's Guides @

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 17:05:19 -0600 invites readers to publish guides on products for a specific purpose, e.g. "So you'd like to ..." win a million dollars and move to Tahiti.Here are's Top 100 Reader's Guides, according to Amazon's own ranking system.(image)

Politics Central - John Dean on the American Presidency

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 16:56:40 -0600

John W. Dean, a former counsel to the president of the United States, after recently retiring from the world of business, has turned to writing and lecturing full time about the ways and means of government in Washington.Given that the most popular political authors at Squidoo seem to be Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, Bill O'Reilly, and Anne Coulter the ranking of this page isn't too surprising. Form your own conclusions.(image)

Current Amazon Music / Playlists

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 16:49:26 -0600

Here are's most popular CDs by category, updated hourly. Sorry, Amazon deleted the popular Free Downloads feed, and inexplicably the profitable "Gear & Gadgets feed.(image)

Teen Pleasure Reading - Popular Teen Fiction Series

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 15:37:44 -0600

Almost titled this "Summer Reading," but, people read for fun all year long. After a stack of computer and technical books, I'm seldom looking for anything too challenging in the way of diversions.     StumbleUpon this(image)

Line Conditioning and Power Supply

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 15:36:04 -0600

Does your computer crash in weird, non-reproducible ways? It may not be a software problem. An inadequate power supply can cause extremely unpredictable operation, and it is one of the most frequently overlooked computer hardware SNAFUs. "Brand name" equipment is as susceptible as home-built and white box units, too. It seems nobody gives the lowly power supply it due, even though every other component in the system depends on it.Let's assume you've had your computer for a while, and you've added a few "upgrades" -- a faster processor, additional RAM, maybe an additional hard drive or CD-ROM burner. Did you consider the addtional power demands those components would place on your power supply? Probably not, and to be fair you should give yourself a break -- most "professional" repair shops don't give it a second thought, either.(image)

General Breastfeeding Supplies

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 15:16:14 -0600

I don't know much about breastfeeding, but displaying obscure products from is my specialty!Personally, I find the third-party recommendations at more credible than the sales pitches of commision-oriented associates anyway!Half of the proceeds of this page go to La Leche League International(image)

Webhosting Options - Simple to Complex

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 15:14:46 -0600

If you've been appalled by some aspect of Squidoo -- the proliferation of ads, the slow load times, the lack of flexibility -- whatever. Don't go away mad. You don't even have to go away, just branch out a little.With just the slightest knowlege of HTML, you can easily start your own blog on any one of a number of free blogspace providers. If you want even more flexibility, look into the capabilities of Apache Web server. You might even set up your own LAMP server if you are truly obsessed.(image)

Politics Central - Ian Bremmer's Readings in International Politics

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 11:03:42 -0600

U.S. foreign policy, warns Ian Bremmer, is too often based on a simplistic formula: engage America's friends and isolate her enemies. Bremmer's provocative and persuasive new book, The J Curve: A New Way to Understand Why Nations Rise and Fall, reveals why this approach rarely brings the hoped-for result. Tyrants, Bremmer argues, have an interest in isolating their peoples. U.S. policymakers should not be in the business of helping them do it.(image)

American Girl - History's Mysteries

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 11:02:45 -0600

See the newest American Girl historical character, Rebecca Rubin The History's Mysteries Series from American Girl® carries the stories of familiar characters forward for somewhat older readers, approximately grades 3 - 5.(image)

Penguin Readers Series - Classic Childrens Books

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 10:38:13 -0600

Penguin publishes a very nice selection of Children's classic literature, much of it unavailable anywhere else. One of their more innovative offerings is the Penguin Readers Series a large selection of children's books arranged according to reading levels. These groupings aren't necessarily equivalent to a particular grade or age they are simply an arrangement of books from the easiest to the hardest. When a child has mastered the level one books, they move on to level two. It's all self-paced. Brilliant!(image)

Electronica Synthpop Glam Band - Goldfrapp

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 08:35:14 -0600

Goldfrapp is billed as a duo consisting of lead singer Alison Goldfrapp and composer Will Gregory, so apparently other band members are not considered permanent.The group has enjoyed considerable critical and popular acclaim in Europe, but is relatively unknown in the States, probably because their music doesn't fit neatly into any particular radio "format."(image)

Politics Central - Paul Berman's Readings on the American Left

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 08:30:11 -0600

"Paul Berman is one of the American Left's most incisive historians and thinkers, loyal to what he considers its best traditions but passionately critical of its excesses and its willingness to turn a blind eye to totalitarianism when it comes in the clothing of the Left." Given that the most popular political authors at Squidoo seem to be Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, Bill O'Reilly, and Anne Coulter the ranking of this page isn't too surprising. Form your own conclusions.(image)

American Girl - Kirsten Larson

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 08:06:18 -0600

"Kirsten Larson is a brave, steadfast pioneer girl growing up on the Minnesota prairie in 1854. Her stories begin with her long, dangerous voyage with her family from Sweden to America. At first, Kirsten finds it difficult to get used to this strange new country. But as she makes friends and discovers what her new land has to offer, she learns the true meaning of home—and that love is the same in any language."(image)

American Girl Dolls, Books, and Other Products Headquarters

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 19:07:11 -0600

American Girl Dolls, Books, and Other Products I've noticed quite a few American Girl lenses, so I thought it would be nice to gather them into one place with a group. Any on-topic lens can join.(image)

National Geographic Products Headquarters

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 19:07:09 -0600

National Geographic & Related Products To quote Whole Earth Catalog founder Stewart Brand: "Good old National Geographic."Any lens featuring books, DVDs, videos, software, or other materials from the National Geographic Society are welcome. I hear they even publish a magazine.(image)

The Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddler's Convention Headquarters

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 17:43:18 -0600

The Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddler's Convention The Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddler's Convention is one of the oldest and most respected of the many traditional and folk music festivals around the country.Regrettably, this group is now closed. It has come to my attention that there are potential conflict of interest and/or ethical issues that prevent faculty, staff, and student organizations from participating in this promotion and that Squidoo, as well as several other social networking / viral marketing sites (such as MySpace and FaceBook) are blocked by the routers for bandwidth and security reasons, so that even individual students cannot conveniently participate. Sometimes you not only don't know who to ask, but couldn't even imagine the right questions! I should hasten to add that I am in no way connected with this event beyond the fact that I have participated as a volunteer in the past and intend to volunteer in the future. I certainly do not speak for or represent the Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention (.org) or Athens State University in any capacity.This page will remain active to prevent others from using it for unrelated purposes, but no new lenses will be admitted to the group. At some point I may start a more generic "Bluegrass" group or find a pre-existing one. [...]