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Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008
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Today is Veterans Day, so let's take a moment to honor our vets. They have given up so much for our country.
A great way to get started is to learn a little bit about Veterans Day. Then, read up on America's wars.
You can do all of this on the History Channel's Veterans Day site. You can even watch videos detailing veterans' experiences.
When you're done, head over to Legacy.com. Its Moving Tributes page features video tributes to those who lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq. It is one of the most moving sites I've seen.
Maybe you'd like to create a moving tribute for a loved one. Getting started is easy—and free. Your tribute will remain online permanently.
Now, I'm sure I have many veterans in my audience. If you're a veteran, don't miss the military's Web site.
Military.com features stories that will appeal to any reader. But, it also has special resources for veterans.
You can find employment resources, along with information about benefits. It's a must for anyone who has served.
Thank you for all you've done, vets!
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Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Video of the Day: Today is Veterans Day. Take time to honor those who have served. This video is a fitting tribute to our armed forces.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: Things are changing for broadband users. Unlimited surfing and downloads may become things of the past.
• Free Download of the Day: Saving the planet sounds like a lot of work. But this video game makes it fun. You'll also learn about ecology.
• Tip on the site: Some people use ReadyBoost to speed up Windows Vista. But you'd best remove it when the computer is in hibernation.
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