When I was a kid, I read. A lot. Every day. A big part of that reading came from the Federal Government; not only would I request books from my Congresscritters (remember the Yearbook of Agriculture? I still have a few of those somewhere...), but I'd check out the Consumer Information Catalog for new pamphlets and fact sheets. Well, as one might expect, that's all online now, and there's a wealth of information for the asking. Just looking at the front page of the site shows a fact sheet on stroke, "12 Days of Holiday Tips", a guide to food safety when cooking for groups, and individual/personal financial organization. You can browse through the site and download many of the publications in PDF format ("Securing Your Wireless Network"? Hmmm...) and order both free and at-cost publications for delivery. I've found several of these publications to be good introductory info for my kids (or, in some cases, my octogenarian mother). Check it out; it's a government service that actually works well.