With a name like this it's a wonder this site isn't a household name by now. As the name implies, Flyingnoodle is all about direct-order noodles - all kinds of noodles - from our personal favorite "IL Trullo Artisanale Fettuccine" to Udon Noodles and gourmet pasta sauces.
There's also an impressive selection of pasta recipies to choose from, if you're of a mind to experiment.
Who could pass up on recipes with names like "Divine Intervention" and the "The Sound of Garlic"?
Oodles of Noodles
Seems like everybody's coming up with a way to make money (or loose tons of it) on the Net.
Frankly, some of what we're seeing walks the fine line. One of our favorite ideas in the oddly eccentric shopping destination category?
Singing welshmen deliver personalized greetings to your inbox.
William Shatner singing Free bird?
In another moving example of savvy business people stepping in quickly to address a pressing societal need and make a buck at the same time, the folks at e-stork have provided the ultimate in online baby albums.
For only $39.99, friends and relatives can enjoy the best thing since.....
The insidious melding of commerce and entertainment continues - with, you guessed it, interactive product placement!
You liked Alicia Silverstone's shades in her last movie?
You can now buy the very same style and brand even as you continue to watch television!
This is what people were talking about when they said the Net would change your life
Send in the sociologists.
For $19.99 a year, Prayerwheel's Server will send a text version of the prayer of your choice into cyberspace, where
Prayers are available for seven major religions.
Not sure what to believe?
Cover all of your bases, send prayers out to all major deities for around four hundred dollars.
No official word from the Vatican on this one yet
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