Internet Tip: Weather, Stock Reports Delivered Daily

Will you need a jacket today? How's the weather in your favorite getaway? Are your close friends suffering from weather-related blues?

Get weather reports delivered right to your e-mail box from Infobeat - just click the Weather option when you go to the site. You select the cities and the time of day that you want to receive the report. Change your mind at any time by adding or deleting cities, changing the time at which you receive your report, or discontinue the report altogether.

If you're looking for a quick way to track your investments, click the Finance option on the InfoBeat Web site and you can enter the symbols for stocks you want to follow. Each day you can receive a report in your e-mail box showing the closing value of each stock on your list.

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