The word numbers is a noun. Numbers means (1) an illegal daily lottery.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word numbers.
- IANA: Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
The IANA oversees IP addresses worldwide. It is part of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) at the Department of Commerce. The website contains reports, information about registering, rules, abuses, practices, procedures, and much more.
- ARIN: American Registry for Internet Numbers
ARIN, a nonprofit, was established in 1997 as one of five regional Internet Registries. It manages the distribution of Internet numbers
in Canada, many Caribbean Islands, and the United States. It allocates Internet Protocol resources, develops consensus-based policies, and facilitates the advancement of the Internet. On the website are guidelines for registering.
Addresses provides white pages, yellow pages, background checks, reverse phone numbers, city guides, zip codes and area codes. There is also a cell phone lookup and business search by category.
WhoWhere is a Lycos sponsored site. It is a telephone directory for web, people, shopping, images & videos, and classifieds. Users can also search reverse telephone numbers. Additional searches include mapping, distances, and categories.
- Yellow Book
Yellow book was founded in 1930 and today produces approximately 1000 directories. Users to the website can search for numbers
by name or business. The directory also contains a reverse look up service. Businesses can find out how to advertise on Yellow Book. There is also a link with information about how to recycle phone books.
Founded in 1996, and located in Bellevue, Washington, InfoSpace provides two services: Online Search and Delivery, and Mobile. Both deliver information and entertainment to consumers. Users can access white pages, yellow pages, web search, maps & directions, browse categories, reverse phone, near an address, email search, worldwide directories, and more.
- Area Codes, by Country
Telephone area codes are used to help route phone calls to the correct location. Find North American area codes and their corresponding locations with this handy area code chart.
- Area Codes, by Location
Find a helpful chart of local area codes for all the states, districts, provinces, territories, and islands covered by the North American Public Telephone Network.
A site provided by AT&T, there are three types of directories: yellow pages, white pages, and reverse lookup.
DexKnows is a product of R.H. Donnelley, one of the nation's largest yellow pages and online local search providers. DexKnows is one of the 700 directories they publish. Users can search businesses in the local yellow pages and for people in the white pages. There is also a mapping component that provides directions, the capability to search by landmarks, and a save feature.
- Phone Spell
User enters a phone number and finds out what the number spells. This is a helpful way to remember a number.
Superpages provides information about businesses and retailers in local areas. Along with telephone number and address, Superpages also provides driving directions and hours of operation. Users can add or edit a business and can put the Superpages icon on their toolbars. Users can also add weather reports, lottery results, and Wi-Fi hotspots to their searches.
Established in 1997, WhitePages is a people search authority, with comprehensive contact information and background check data about hundreds of million people from all 50 USA states. Users can search for businesses, people, maps and directions, by phone number, zip code or area code. There are other more advanced search strategies on the website as well.
- Yellow Pages Local Directory
Yellowpages.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of AT&T. It contains local and national listings of business, organizations, services, and locations. Users can search locally, but if they do not know where the party or business is located, they can do a national search. Yellowpages also offers driving directions. It is a way to give advertisers exposure to more than 100 million monthly searches.
- Credit Analyst Guide
Browse this credit analysis firm guide and directory to learn about credit analysis companies in the United States of America. The macro photo on this page shows a credit card with embossed numbers.
- Long Distance Carriers
Long distance phone calls are calls that are placed outside the user's local service area. Long distance carriers enable subscribers to place long distance phone calls to telephone numbers
around the world.
This is the website for AT&T, which offers a wide range of telecom products for residences and businesses. The company also provides the AT&T Yellow Pages for finding addresses and phone numbers
of businesses. Users can manage their own accounts online through this site.
This website contains an alphabetical list of hospital and nursing home profiles. For each, information is given about the numbers
of nurses and other personnel, location, hospital affiliations, health care provider participation, and much other useful information. There is also a link to several online reference works on health care.
Nielson/Netratings is a service of the Nielson Corporation that delivers Internet media and market research solutions. They measure Internet audience numbers
and are a source for online advertising intelligence and strategies. The website describes all of their products and how they can be used. They also provide news and more.
Skype is software that lets people use their computers and Internet connections to communicate with anyone, anywhere in the world. Users have their own personal numbers
and can talk for free to anyone else who has the Skype software. Skype can also be used for teleconferencing with the addition of a videocam. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in the Netherlands. It is an ebay company.
- Springer US
Springer was originally founded in 1842 in Berlin. Today it is the second largest publishers of materials in the STM sector. Their 6 main subject areas are: science, medicine, business, technology, architecture, and transport. Its ebook collection numbers
over 16,000 titles, and it publishes over 1700 journals. The website contains lists of the books it publishes, its backlist, and journals.
- The World
The World is a co-production of the BBC, PRI (Public Radio International), and WGBH Boston. On the website, users can find the radio channel numbers
where The World broadcasts can be heard, listed by State. Users can also listen to broadcasts online. There are also links to other programs such as Health, Games, Latest Editions, Technology, Podcasts, Books, and more.
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