We are proud to have been featured in a number of news stories and reviews, and been recognized by many other Web sites and indexes.
"In one quick visit, you can read the day's Positive Saying (or have it sent to you via e-mail) and peruse the Positive Press for feel-good news stories. If you have more time, you can jump to the Positive Net for encouraging essays, stories, books, and more .... You'll find one or two reasons to be happy every day."
"POSITIVE PRESS is dedicated to bringing good news to its audience everyday. Share positive news stories with your students or just enjoy the daily positive saying which can be e-mailed to you -- free. Inspire your students and give them hope about the world they are living in!"
"Sometimes the day gets off on a negative note. Turn it around, with the help of the aptly named Positive Sayings of the Day."
"Positive Thoughts: Want to start your day on a positive note? This website has what you're looking for, a positive thought for every day of the year."
"The next time you're feeling low, turn to the World Wide Web, or more specifically the Positive Press site, for a quick pick-me-up. Now one year old, Positive Press is the leading online source of upbeat news and inspiration, and is guaranteed advertising-free to make sure you're not depressed by people selling you things you don't want and can't afford.
"Feel-good information and conversation abound on the site, and the inspirational Positive Saying of the Day will make the site a regular fix for anyone prone to feel down in the mouth. If you don't have time to visit every day, you can sign up for a daily email dose of good news."
John Groom has given the phrase a new twist with his Positive Press Web site.
Call it www.feelgood.news.
Web Site Spreads the "Good News"
"We're pleased to tell you that no news is good news. No wait. We're pleased to tell you that it's sometimes good to get the news. Wait, that's still not right. We're pleased to tell you that no good news is bad. Ah, forget it: what we mean is, try Positive Press, which 'was founded to counteract the tendency of the mainstream media to focus on the negative.' Sponsored by The Athens Institute, the motto at Positive Press is 'Good News Every Day'; and that is exactly what you'll get here, culled from various online news sources. Also be sure to contemplate their thought of the day and send in your own good news."
Positive Press publisher John Groom has been interviewed on many radio shows. Besides the "As It Happens" program on Canadian public radio, he has been featured on PRK in Norway and the largest independent radio station in South Africa.
As part of a feature about popular Internet sites, the Positive Press was featured on CNN's Headline News.
The IDG group, publisher of the "Windows for Dummies," and many other computer books, lists the Positive Press in their book "The World Wide Web for Kids and Parents" as one of four noteworthy news sites.
HotSheet web quick reference lists Positive Press as one of the best e-zines available.
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"Are you one of those 'random acts of kindness' folks? If so, you'll eat this site up with a spoon. Positive Press offers "Good News Every Day" in a range of happy topics. Each headline is linked to the original story. We had to smile in spite of ourselves."
"If the stress of the holidays is finally catching up with you, here's a site that dispenses a little Christmas cheer:The Positive Press Web site carries only good news from all corners of the globe. The content isn't sentimental or syrupy, just true stories with a positive spin and a happy ending. There is also a place where you can send your own good wishes to the cybercommunity.
"There are good things happening all over the world during this holiday season. This Web site was created to promote stories of human goodness, perseverance and kindness. Share you own holiday wishes online with other Positive Net readers and read the postings of others. Look for the link to Positive Chicago, a Web site that has positive news from home."
"Tired of the TV news, with ongoing stories about murder, rape, war, crime, starvation, disaster, death, destruction... you get the idea? So were the people who created the Positive Press, a site of -- you guessed it -- only good news."
We received many new readers as a result of this selection by one of the most important companies involved in the dynamic field of integrating TV and the Web.
"The Positive Press is a Web-based newsletter that features just good news. There are no wars, murders or robberies here. It offers links to 'Feel Good' stories from a variety of sources including USA Today, US News, and many other online newspapers and magazines. A new section has been added for the holiday season and you can also sign up to a good news by e-mail service."
"A great alternative to the depressing side of things portrayed by the usual news sources. Starting one's day by reading about the preceding day's violence and depravity never has seemed very healthy to me. This site, on the other hand, is a reminder that Good Happens!"
"See what the good news is for the day. Actually the good news everyday is that there is no bad news! Read news stories on heroic people, medical and technological breakthroughs, and lots more of happy headlines gathered from several online resources."
"Congratulations! The Positive Press has been included in the Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library. Each site included in this database has been selected and reviewed by an Education First Fellow. Your inclusion in the database is an honor reserved for the best instructional lessons, activities, projects, resources, references, and tools on the Web."
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"Congratulations! You have been chosen as an Internet Top 10 Web site and will be featured in our weekly Chartshow"