Who: Owner and publisher of the Good News Network
Surfing Manifesto: I use the Web to track down positive people and good stories. I ignore sites that are cynical, silly, or obnoxious.
A publication of the Pew Center on the States. This site features articles from newspapers across the country, as well as articles by stateline.org staff writers. And information on each state is searchable by subject (health care, welfare reform, and so on).
The Hunger Site
Every day, I click the “Donate Free Food” button, and a contribution is made to the United Nations World Food Program. Today, I donated 1.5 cups of rice, wheat, maize, or other staple food, adding to the more than 100 tons of food donated weekly.
I love the archived NPR shows. This is where I go when I’m in the mood for All Things Considered or Morning Edition.
Whenever I need a dose of spiritual encouragement, I visit this Web site, which is operated by the Unity School of Christianity.
Yahoo! Top Stories
This is the fastest, easiest way to get the day’s major news stories.