I love this Web site. You see, here at the News & Review, we’re cheap when it comes to office supplies. And while dictionaries are expensive, the Internet, for the most part, is free. Therefore, instead of buying all sorts of costly, unwieldy paper dictionaries, we use Dictionary.com whenever we need to look up a word. Granted, havoc breaks out whenever our Internet connections go down, but what’s a group of cheapos to do? The site features both a dictionary and a thesaurus function, so it’s a great help whenever we’re stuck and can’t find just the right word. Finally—sit down for this one, folks—it features a "word of the day." On one recent day, the word was "brackish," which is an adjective that means "somewhat salty" and "distasteful; unpalatable." This is a must-bookmark for cheap nerds everywhere.