Their site has a collection of political, humorous, literary, motivational, inspirational, historical and general quotations. Quotations are indexed by author and subject. The site is indexed by author and quote.
I'm not sure that "Cute" is the right word to describe these quotes, on dozens of different topics. The topics range from "teamwork" to "family", "forgiveness" to beauty, etc. Most are short and to the point.
This site features the archive of the famous humor quotes created by Jack Handey, as seen on the TV show Saturday Night Live. If you come to this site you will not find much inspiration but you will laugh out loud. Features the option to create and submit your own humorous quote.
This site has quotations searchable by subject, author, and theme! You can browse randomly, view the latest added and use the form to search. It ia also possible to receive this everyday changing quote via email.
This site contains a collection of jokes and quotations. The main categories of jokes are: animals, blonde, business, computer, food, lawyers, marriage, political, Pakistani, school, and women. The main categories of quotations are motivational, love, funny quotes. Some quotes are submitted by users. In addition, you may sign up to receive free daily quotes via e-mail.
This site has multilingual word search games and hangman games. Additionally, they have Jewish wisdom, which is database is a collection of Jewish Proverbs, quotations, sayings and wit. (There is other information on the site such as Hebrew sign maker, coloring book, and Jewish clipart.) You can join their mailing list for updates on the site.
LitQuotes contains: A quote of the day (A daily quote from their growing collection of over 1,100 quotes), quotes by topic (There are over 150 topics), quotes by author (including John Galsworthy, Joseph Conrad and George Eliot), and quotes by title (such as Howards End, The Age of Innocence and Our Mutual Friend).
This personal website contains quotations, aphorisms, thoughts and proverbs of philosophers and kings, politicians, famous persons, and wise-but-not-so-famous persons. This collection fairly well demonstrates his personal Libertarian philosophy.
This is a daily newsletter with 4 to 6 quotes, either from a source born on that day in history or a theme suggested by historical events. Quotes database includes over 22,500 entries, searchable by text or author.
It has a collection of over 12000 quotations that are searchable by author, subject, or source. If you select quotations by author then you can view photographs of the author through a link to Google. You can also listen to famous speeches of selected individuals through a link to the History Channel.
This is a searchable and browsable database of quotations with author and subject indexes. It contains quotes from famous political leaders, authors, and literature. There are literary, inspirational, and humorous quotations.
Quotations are categorized by author, subject, collections, and origins. The website syndicates content from FlickR.com, Yahoo! News and Technorati, amongst many others. They can deliver a daily email with quotes of the day. (This list is powered by Google Groups.)
Quote...Unquote Newsletter contains articles on all aspects of quotations and listings of queries. Through his more than 50 books on quotations and language and over two decades as host of the popular BBC radio program, Quote...Unquote, Nigel Rees has established himself as an expert on colloquial English and quotations. There is a fee for the newsletter.
This site contains thousands of quotes and features a search function. It subsets quotes into topic areas such as humor quotes, inspirational quotes, and literary quotes. The site also has a discussion board to aid in finding quotes and to chat about interesting quotes.
Remittag is a personal online knowledge builder that offers general knowledge, trivia, vocabulary building, clean jokes and humor, quizzes, word games, personality write-ups, wisdom, facts and figures, puzzles, and life facts to help teachers, students, parents, knowledge seekers & quizzers.
The Daily Muse is a free email newsletter which brings the important, interesting, and creative thoughts of philosophers and writers to your inbox every morning. After each issue is dispatched, subscribes are invited to share their response to the quote and to engage in discussion and debate in the specially-designed discussion sections of the website.
This site contains a database of over 13,000 inspirational quotes. It features a quotation of the day, an option to sign up to receive a new quote daily via e-mail, and the opportunity to submit your own quote. The search function allows you to search by author, subject, or keywords.
This site contains quotes by author and by subject. Additionally, it contains a blog, book reviews, a forum for discussion of quotation-related topics, and biographies of their quoted authors. There is a Your Quotations Page, where members can store their favorite quotations.
This site provides inspirational quotes and motivational wisdom on self-development from philosophers, religions and psychologists. It includes a free daily inspirational quote. The name is from the classic Greek philosophers word for the process of self-actualizing and striving to reach your highest potential. They called it “Areté".
The content of this site emphasis is on a variety of quotations and vocabulary information. The primary guide lines for the inclusion of every quote is based on whether it has a significant and relevant message without concern for its literary significance or the notoriety of the author.