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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Growl for Windows

Growl for Windows: "Keeping up with the Joneses. We all want the latest do-dad that the neighbors have; after all, who wants to be left behind? In the computer world, this is particularly true. New machines, new peripherals, new software—we want it all.

Mac users are probably familiar with Growl, the notifier app that gives you a heads-up when things happen on your system: a download is complete, a Skype call is coming in, that sort of thing. Well, now Windows users can take advantage of this same functionality with Growl for Windows.

You can configure this app for the type of notification you want—visual, audio, both—when a target event happens. The program that generates the event, whether a web browser, RSS feed aggregator, IM application, of something else, must be compatible with Growl for Windows for it all to work, but there are a fair number of popular tools that do just that, and they're adding new ones all the time.

Growl for Windows is a free download.

Download Growl for Windows

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Notational Velocity

Notational Velocity: "Download NV

TYPE
DATE 1.7MB
2.0β3
Mac OS X
10.4 - 10.6
Universal
2010-2-8
NEW VERISON!!
NOTATIONAL VELOCITY is an application that stores and retrieves notes.
It is an attempt to loosen the mental blockages to recording information and to scrape away the tartar of convention that handicaps its retrieval. The solution is by nature nonconformist

Thanks for link, Brenda.

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Password-Protected, Shareable Notes

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Kabroo Search results:poetry teacher

Kabroo Search results:poetry teacher: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Search resumes.

YouTube Proxy

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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Twitter Guidelines

Today on the Twitter blog, the company wrote a post that was all of three sentences to let people know about their new logos. Yay!

But there's actually quite a bit more to it then it seems.

If you follow the link they provide to Guidelines page, you'll find some interesting tidbits. Among them:

  • Don't: "Use anything other than the most current versions of the Twitter logos."
  • Don't: "Use screenshots of other people's profiles or Tweets without their permission."

Both are interesting because both are broken all the time. Well, okay the first one doesn't quite count yet because Twitter just officially launched their new logos. But hundreds if not thousands of sites around the web have been using old or fake Twitter logos to represent the company for a long time.

The latter rule is definitely more troublesome. Tweets are known to be public items, but Twitter is saying you can't use screenshots of them without permission. We do this all the time. So does just about every other publication. We've never been told this is wrong, it seems to reek of fair use, but now Twitter is saying it's a no-no. (Update below from Twitter)

A few months ago, Twitter tried to come up with their own solution for this with their own Blackbird Pie tweet embed tool. It's interesting that in their post on it, they never said this screen-grabbing of tweets was wrong. In fact, they note "Mostly, we just think it's a pain to take screen grabs of tweets." Notice they call it a "pain", not "wrong".

Twitter does say it's fine to use others' tweets that you have permission to use. But again, isn't this stuff already public?

Also interesting:

  • Do: Make sure that if mentioning "Tweet," you include a direct reference to Twitter (for instance, "Tweet with Twitter") or display the Twitter marks with the mention of "Tweet."

This would seem to be all about Twitter gaining the trademark to the word "tweet", which they've been trying unsuccessfully to do. They also later note, "Please remember to capitalize the T in Twitter and Tweet!" As a commenter notes, it's funny that they don't even capitalize it in their own logo!

Update: Okay, we've clarified some things with Twitter.

From their spokesperson regarding the new logos:

The purpose of the update was to provide access to our new resources and to better clarify some guidelines.

We're encouraging people to use the new marks. It's okay for them to continue to use the old ones, but we're hoping people will use the new ones. We said this before too, as this isn't the first time our marks have changed.

And regarding the screenshots:

This isn't a new part of the policy and was stated in the guidelines before. This serves primarily to protect users from their tweets being used as endorsements without their knowledge. Public tweets are public. But if you're going to use tweets in static form (e.g. in a publication), you should have permission from the author/user. For instance, if someone famous were to tweet about liking something and then it was used on a billboard.

This doesn't apply to broadcast — there are separate display guidelines about that. Our policies also don't attempt to control the appropriate use of tweets in news reporting.

That's a bit confusing (and I've asked for further clarification), but it sounds as if they won't be enforcing the rule for individuals (including reporters) taking screenshots of tweets. It's more for advertisers attempting to use tweets as endorsements without permission.

Update 2: More clarity from Twitter:

For news, whether online or print, it's okay to use screenshots of Tweets. The permission applies more to merchandise, billboards, etc. Users' rights are key.

In other words, screenshot away, bloggers. Which is good — but basically they're just saying they won't be enforcing the rules. That's still a bit troubling going forward. They could enforce them anytime — why not just make the specific rules more clear? This reeks of the legal department covering asses here just in case they have to drop a hammer.

Regarding the capital "T" in tweet:

We view Tweet as meaning content on Twitter, rather than a generic word. With that, it should be capitalized when it's a noun. This isn't new, and it's not something we enforce.

Again, that seems to be all about copyright — and mainly when used in publications.


 

Free Visual English Dictionary and Thesaurus | Discover meaning of words and associated words at SnappyWords.com

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TypeFront

TypeFront: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" This site hosts your fonts so you can use them on your web site.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Use This Template to Write Concise, Effective Complaints When Companies Piss You Off

Use This Template to Write Concise, Effective Complaints When Companies Piss You Off: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

FireShepherd

FireShepherd: "FireShepherd, a small console program that floods the nearby wireless network with packets designed to turn off FireSheep, effectively shutting down nearby FireSheep programs every 0.5 sec or so, making you and the people around you secure from most people using FireSheep.
The program kills current version of FireSheep running nearby, but the user is still in danger of all other session hijacking mechanisms. Do not do anything over a untrusted network that you cannot share with everyone.

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Visual Lightbox JS: Free Visual Generator for Lightbox 2 Script for jQuery or Prototype. jQuery Lightbox.

Visual Lightbox JS: Free Visual Generator for Lightbox 2 Script for jQuery or Prototype. jQuery Lightbox.: "Visual LightBox JS is a free wizard program that helps you easily generate web photo galleries with a nice Lightbox-style overlay effect, in a few clicks without writing a single line of code.
Just drag&drop your photos into Visual LightBox window, press 'Publish' and your own web gallery with beautiful LightBox 2 effects will open in the browser instantly!
No javascript,css,html coding, no image editing, just a click to get your gallery ready.

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Slimbox, the ultimate lightweight Lightbox clone · digitalia.be

Slimbox, the ultimate lightweight Lightbox clone · digitalia.be: "Slimbox, the ultimate lightweight Lightbox clone

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LightBox Video Web Gallery Creator « Pranas.NET

LightBox Video Web Gallery Creator « Pranas.NET: "LightBox Video Web Gallery Creator

Free Web Photo and Video Gallery generation software

Show this program the folder where your images and videos are, press “Create web gallery” button and in a few moments a lightbox-like HTML Web Gallery will open in your browser. The resulting folder then can be copied anywhere (to your site).

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YouTube - digital photography

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YTTM.tv - Pick a year, click refresh, and TRAVEL THROUGH TIME.

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How to Break Into a Windows PC (And Prevent it from Happening to You)

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Awesome Vintage Tech Ads | UNEASYsilence

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

peg.gd: Easily Create Web Pages for Most Anything

peg.gd: Easily Create Web Pages for Most Anything: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Chinese supercomputer is world’s fastest at 2.5 petaflops | KurzweilAI

Chinese supercomputer is world’s fastest at 2.5 petaflops | KurzweilAI: "Chinese supercomputer is world’s fastest at 2.5 petaflops
October 28, 2010 by Editor

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HDR From the Field to the Computer: Part 2

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104 seconds of Apple superlatives [video] - Holy Kaw!

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Chocomize Personalized Chocolate Bars, Wedding Chocolate Favors. Design Chocolate Bars, Choose from over 90 Ingredients

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Home

Home: "Resume Builder. Templates. Social. Loveable.

Set up your CV online in minutes and start sharing it.

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Mimvi: All in One Mobile App Search Engine

Mimvi: All in One Mobile App Search Engine: "Mimvi: All in One Mobile App Search Engine

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Fw: How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

 
By Whitson Gordon

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and PrivacyBitTorrent's been around for a whopping ten years, but it continues to evolve and remains one of the best file-sharing tools available. If you really want to make your downloads soar—and keep Big Brother out of your business—this guide's for you.

We showed you how to get started sharing and downloading files with BitTorrent a few years ago, and most of that still applies, but if you're looking to up your BitTorrent skills, things have changed a lot since then.

In fact, some of you may find BitTorrent a bit old school for your tastes. Sure, the ISPs are cracking down and throttling peer-to-peer users, and you have other great file-sharing alternatives like Usenet, but that doesn't mean BitTorrent doesn't still have a place in your routine. It's pretty easy to ward of prying eyes with today's BitTorrent clients, and while Usenet is certainly great, BitTorrent is still more widespread. As such, it tends to have a better selection on certain things, and is at the very least a good fallback method for when you don't find what you're looking for elsewhere. After all, there's no reason you have to be loyal to only one file-sharing protocol.

This intermediate guide to BitTorrent is designed to help you do three things: jack up your speeds (without consuming your bandwidth) and keep unwanted snoopers from seeing what you're doing. We've divided them up into three sections:

For the purposes of this guide, we're focusing on two BitTorrent clients: uTorrent for Windows and Transmission for Mac OS X. That doesn't mean you can't use other clients like Vuze (or KTorrent and Transmission for Linux, if you are of the Linux persuasion), but there are just too many clients out there for us to give specific instructions for each. uTorrent and Transmission are some of the most popular clients out there, and they're our favorite here at Lifehacker, so where appropriate, we'll give you specific instructions for each client. Note that uTorrent for Mac is not nearly as mature as uTorrent for Windows, and may not have some of these features—so, in this particular case, when we reference uTorrent, we mean uTorrent for Windows.

Keep Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy at the Max with a Few Simple Settings

BitTorrent clients have come a long way in the past few years, and where it used to be much more difficult to hide your BitTorrent activity, it's now a matter of checking the right boxes. Here are a few settings every BitTorrent user should have enabled.

Randomize and Forward Your Router Ports

If you're connected to your internet through a router, it's likely that many of your ports are closed, meaning your speeds will be much slower than you'd like. You'll need to let your router know which ones you want open for BitTorrent traffic, which is known as port forwarding. Furthermore, many ISPs or organizations (say, if your neighborhood or leasing company provides your internet) will block popular BitTorrent ports, so you'll want to switch up the port you use every once in a while to keep them guessing.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

Both of these are extremely simple in uTorrent and Transmission. in uTorrent, just to go Options > Preferences and hit the connection tab. Make sure all four boxes under the "Listening Port" section are checked—Enable UPnP Port Mapping, Enable NAT-PMP Port Mapping, Randomize Port Each Start, and Add Windows Firewall Exception.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

In Transmission, open up the app's preferences and head to the Network pane. Check both the Randomize Port on Launch and Automatically Map Port boxes. If you see that the light next to the port's number goes from red to green, then you've successfully opened your current port to BitTorrent traffic, and you should notice a good increase in speed.

Note that for best results, you'll want to make sure your router is UPnP capable and has UPnP enabled. Most routers are UPnP ready, but if you find that you're having trouble, you may need to look at your router's manual and settings page to enable its use.

Encrypt Your BitTorrent Traffic

Nowadays, many internet service providers will throttle your bandwidth, prevent you from seeding, or do any other number of annoying things to try and stop you from torrenting. Apart from randomizing your ports, another thing you can do to try and keep them out is encrypt your traffic. It won't necessarily work on every client, but I've found that it nearly doubled my download speeds, so it's certainly worth a shot.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

In uTorrent, go back to the preferences and hit up the BitTorrent section in the left sidebar. Under Protocol Encryption, open the dropdown menu labeled Outgoing. You have three options: Disabled, Enabled, and Forced. Try Enabled for awhile, but if you don't see a good speed increase, using the Forced setting might give you better results. Also note the Allow Incoming Legacy Connections checkbox—If you have a specific torrent that doesn't have a lot of people seeding, you might want to check this box temporarily, though I try to keep it unchecked whenever I can. This ensures that any peers you connect to will use encryption and that your ISP will be less likely to throttle you.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

In Transmission, head over to the Peers pane of the app's preferences and check the Encryption section. Definitely check the "Prefer Encrypted Peers" box, and I'd highly recommend checking the "Ignore Unencrypted Peers" box, though again, if you are noticing that there aren't a lot of peers connecting for a specific torrent, try unchecking it to see if that helps your speeds.

Block Peers that Might be Snooping

Even worse than throttling ISPs is the threat of the snooping RIAA, MPAA, or other organization looking to take you down. Often, they'll post fake torrents of copyrighted material (or just join in on real ones) and track those downloading, leading them right to an unprepared you. While there is no foolproof way to avoid them, a really great simple way is to use a peerblocker. Transmission has this feature built-in, while Windows users will need to use a separate program.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

If you're a Mac user, open up Transmission's preferences and head back to the Peers pane. This time, check the box that reads "Prevent Known Bad Peers from Connecting" down under the Blocklist section. Hit the update button to make sure the list of bad peers is recent, and check the Automatically Update Weekly box to keep it up to date.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

Windows users will need to download previously mentioned PeerBlock (an updated version of the seemingly defult, previously mentioned Peer Guardian 2) to block the big boys from snooping. The first time you run it, it'll take you through a setup wizard, in which you can decide who you want to blacklist. Check the box for anti-P2P organizations (as well as anything else you may want, though the P2P box is the only important one for BitTorrent) and schedule it to update as often as you want. You might as well update it every day; there's no reason to be stingy with your privacy here. Then, just make sure it runs when you use your BitTorrent client—it'll keep you save from those bad peers.

Automate Your Client and Free Up Bandwidth

These are some tricks that have been around for awhile, and they won't exactly keep Big Brother off your back, but they are useful for keeping BitTorrent from overtaking your internet connection, especially if you've experienced some heavy speed increases from the above tips. Here are a few ways to automatically manage BitTorrent's use of your bandwidth.

Set Global Bandwidth Limits

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

BitTorrent downloads and uploads can hog a lot of your internet connection's bandwidth, especially if you're sharing popular content. The simplest way to keep BitTorrent from hogging your connection is to set global upload and download limits. In uTorrent, you can find them in the Connection section of the Preferences. The settings are fairly self-explanatory—just set your max upload and download rates (in kB/s), or choose 0 to keep the rates unlimited.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

In Transmission, it's under the Bandwidth pane of the app's preferences—just check the "Download Rate" and "Upload Rate" boxes and set your speeds however you want. You can also set a "Speed Limit" mode, if you want to switch between to different bandwidth limits—say, give it more bandwidth when your just checking email and the like, and cut the limits down when you need that bandwidth for streaming video or online gaming.

Throttle Your BitTorrent Downloads on a Schedule

You could just quit your BitTorrent client (or manually turn on Speed Limit mode) whenever you want to conserve your bandwidth, but if you're like me, you'll forget to start it back up—meaning you'll end up delaying your downloads (most likely until you want whatever was supposed to be downloading, at which point you will slap your forehead).

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

To remedy this situation, uTorrent and Transmission both come with simple Scheduler features that you can access through the Preferences. In uTorrent, go to Options > Preferences, then find Scheduler in the sidebar. Tick the box next to "Enable Scheduler" and you'll see a grid of green boxes light up. The grid runs Monday through Sunday, midnight to midnight (or 0:00 to 23:59), one box per hour. Here's how it works:

  • Dark green boxes indicate that uTorrent will download and upload at full speed (or whatever you've set as its full speed).
  • Light green boxes indicate limited download and upload rates.
  • White boxes indicate that uTorrent will not download or upload any content.
  • Pink boxes indicate that uTorrent will only seed, not download. I'm not exactly sure when one would be inclined to use this, but it's there if you want it.

I've always got a little bandwidth to spare on my connection, but I certainly don't want uTorrent hogging my bandwidth while I'm working, so I set the Scheduler to limit speeds from 8am to midnight every day. During the wee hours of the morning, when I'm very unlikely to be at my computer, I open the flood gates and give uTorrent unlimited upload/download speeds. Also, since I generally stay away from my computer on Saturday, I keep uTorrent at full throttle. See the screenshot above to see what this sort of schedule would look like. Like I said, my connection can handle a little bit of bandwidth bleeding all of the time, so when I'm running at limited rates, I set my upload speed to 5 kB/s and my download speed to 15. Handy, huh?

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and PrivacyIn Transmission, it's a bit more basic. Just open up Transmission's Preferences and to to the Bandwidth tab. You only have two modes instead of three—your global bandwidth limits and Speed Limit mode. You can schedule the speed limit mode to turn on and off at a specific time either every day, on weekdays, weekends, or on a specific day of the week. It's not quite as flexible as uTorrent's scheduler, but works well enough—I'll generally just limit its speed during the day, and let it tear up my connection when I'm sleeping.

Ensure a good share ratio without wasting extra bandwidth

As Adam mentioned in our beginner's guide, an important part of BitTorrent is sharing, and a good member of the BitTorrent community gives as much as he/she takes. In fact, many sites, especially private trackers, keep a close eye on your share ratio and may even ban you if you don't keep your ratio above a certain point (i.e., if you are a "leecher"). This isn't as widespread as it used to be, but it does still happen—and besides, sharing is just a nice thing to do. I'm in total agreement of the whole share-and-share-alike attitude, but once I've shared an equal part of what I've downloaded, I don't want to waste too much extra bandwidth on that torrent.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

Rather than constantly checking your torrent ratios so you can remove them as soon as they cross the 1.0 barrier, go to the Queuing section of uTorrent and find the "Seed While" section. There you can set a goal ratio for a file you're sharing, then set how much bandwidth uTorrent will allocate to the torrent once that goal is reached (in the screenshot, for example, uTorrent will stop sharing the file after its share ratio reaches 150%). If you prefer, you can just limit the upload rate when uTorrent reaches its goal by checking the corresponding box at the bottom of the window.

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

In Transmission, head to the Transfers pane of the preferences and click on the Management tab. Check the box that says Stop Seeding at Ratio and set the ratio to whatever you want, like 1.50 (meaning when your ratio reaches 150%).

External Solutions for Hiding Your Traffic

We won't go into too much detail here (as these solutions could be posts of their own), but we thought some of the more extreme measures deserved mentions in this guide. Here are a few other ways to really keep others out of your business.

Use a VPN

While there are a number of great solutions to hide your identity while downloading, using a VPN is usually a very cheap and popular way to do so. You can use any number of VPN services (like previously mentioned ItsHidden), which will route your traffic through another server, keeping your IP address away from prying eyes.

Set up a Proxy

How to Boost Your BitTorrent Speed and Privacy

One of the other popular methods of obscuring yourself is using a proxy, which works similarly to a VPN. You could roll your own SSH proxy or use something a bit easier like BTGuard, which we've covered how to do before. You very well may see a speed drop when using this method, though, so if speed is more important to you than privacy, this may not be the best route to go.


As always, this guide is not all-encompassing. There are any number of tweaks, methods, and preferences that you could use to quicken, hide, or all-around improve your BitTorrent downloads. If you have any favorite settings we didn't cover, share them with us in the comments.

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Raw Workflow with Photoshop Elements

Raw Workflow with Photoshop Elements: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Lots of class handouts on this page.

Remove infections from Windows with Ubuntu live CD

How to Fix a Windows Infection Using Linux



From the main Ubuntu desktop, then, go to "Applications" and then "Ubuntu Software Center." Choose "Edit" and then "Software Sources." You'll be presented with a box entitled, "Downloadable from the Internet," and you should be sure all four boxes are checked before you click on "Close."Next, from the main Ubuntu Software Center page, click on the "Accessories" icon and type ClamTK into the search box. It will be shown as "Virus Scanner," but if you click on "More Info" you can verify it's the right package. Click "Install" and wait for it to download.Once installation is finished, you should launch ClamTK by going to "Applications" in Ubuntu's main menu, then "Accessories" and "Virus Scanner," which is how the software will still be shown.When the ClamTK window opens, click on the "Scan" tab and select the option for a Recursive Scan. Next, you'll need to tell the software which drive you want to check for viruses, which in this case is the one that includes Windows. Scanning may take some time, but once the infection is found you'll get the usual options for what to do with it, including quarantine and removal.

Answers.com - What percentage of Americans have access to the internet either at home or at work

Answers.com - What percentage of Americans have access to the internet either at home or at work: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" answer: 76%

State of Washington Broadband

State of Washington Broadband: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Interactive broadband map for Washington

Washington State Broadband - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Washington State Broadband - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Try the Speed Test

Most Popular Colors of the Year 2010 [infographic]

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Hard to Read Fonts Can Make Text Easier to Remember

Hard to Read Fonts Can Make Text Easier to Remember: "Hard to Read Fonts Can Make Text Easier to RememberLaugh all you want at Comic Sans, Gothic, and other not-so-hot fonts, but they might just help you nail down the next list you need to memorize. At least that's what's suggested by a study of remembering differently styled text.

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How Long Does a Flash Drive Last? - Josh's Blog

How Long Does a Flash Drive Last? - Josh's Blog: "It's nice to know that when a drive dies, it's more likely you just won't be able to write new data to it, rather than complete data loss.

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Wireless Revolution: Wi-Fi Between Devices Coming in 2010

Wireless Revolution: Wi-Fi Between Devices Coming in 2010: "The Wi-Fi Alliance, the trade group governing Wi-Fi, has announced a new specification: Wi-Fi Direct, formerly Wi-Fi peer-to-peer. Any device certified as Wi-Fi Direct will be able to communicate with each other directly, without the need for a wireless hub. Watch out, Bluetooth – you’ve got some big competition now.

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Use Windows 7 Event Viewer to track down issues that cause slower boot times | Microsoft Windows | TechRepublic.com

Use Windows 7 Event Viewer to track down issues that cause slower boot times | Microsoft Windows | TechRepublic.com: "Windows 7’s Event Viewer includes a new category of event logs called Applications and Services Logs, which includes a whole host of subcategories that track key elements of the operating system. The majority of these subcategories contain an event log type called Operational that is designed to track events that can be used for analyzing and diagnosing problems. (Other event log types that can be found in these subcategories are Admin, Analytic, and Debug; however, describing them is beyond the scope of this article.)

Now, within the operating system section is a subcategory titled Diagnostic-Performance with an Operational log that contains a set of a Task Category called Boot Performance Monitoring. The Event IDs in this category are 100 through 110. By investigating all the Event ID 100 events you will be able to find out exactly how long it took to boot up your system every time since the day that you installed Windows 7. By investigating all the Event ID 101 thru 110 events you will be able to identify all instances where boot time slowed down.
Getting started

You can find and launch Event Viewer by opening the Control Panel, accessing the System and Security category, selecting the Administrative Tools item, and double-clicking the Event Viewer icon. However, you can also simply click the Start button, type Event in the Start Search box, and press Enter once Event Viewer appears and the top of the results display.
Creating a Custom View

Once you have Event Viewer up and running you can of course drill down through the Applications and Services Logs and locate the Diagnostic-Performance Operational log and begin manually looking through the events recorded in the log. However, you can save yourself time and energy by taking advantage of the new Custom View feature, which is essentially a filter that you can create and save.

To do so, pull down the Action menu and select the Create Custom View command. When you see the Create Custom View dialog box, leave the Logged option set at the default value of Any time and select all of the Event level check boxes. Next, select the By log option button, if it is not already selected, and click the drop down arrow. Then, drill down through the tree following the path: Applications and Services Logs | Microsoft | Windows | Diagnostics-Performance.

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Bluefish Editor : Home

Bluefish Editor : Home: "Bluefish is a powerful editor targeted towards programmers and webdesigners, with many options to write websites, scripts and programming code. Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages, and it focuses on editing dynamic and interactive websites.

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Encrypt your communications with a number of major websites

HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox extension produced as a collaboration between The Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It encrypts your communications with a number of major websites.

Many sites on the web offer some limited support for encryption over HTTPS, but make it difficult to use. For instance, they may default to unencrypted HTTP, or fill encrypted pages with links that go back to the unencrypted site.

The HTTPS Everywhere extension fixes these problems by rewriting all requests to these sites to HTTPS.

 

Federal Agents Urged to 'Friend' People on Social Networks

Federal Agents Urged to 'Friend' People on Social Networks, Memo Reveals
October 14, 2010, Fox News

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/10/13/government-spying-social-networks/

 

Free Online Video Editor/Converter

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Free Video Converter Freeware. AVI, WMV, MP4, DVD, MP3, 3GP, JPG, MTS, MKV.
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IPConfig | Download IPConfig software for free at SourceForge.net

IPConfig | Download IPConfig software for free at SourceForge.net: "The purpose of IPConfig is to provide a simple yet effective way of seeing your IP addresses; internal and external. This tool is designed and programmed in Visual Basic.NET and is displayed in a nice user interface.

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Paint NET

www.paint.net: "Paint.NET is free image and photo editing software
for computers that run Windows. It features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools. An active and growing online community provides friendly help, tutorials, and plugins.  Direct download....as they run you through a maze to find it: http://www.dotpdn.com/files/Paint.NET.3.5.5.Install.zip

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

BBC NEWS | UK | Education | Danish pupils use web in exams

BBC NEWS | UK | Education | Danish pupils use web in exams: "The teachers also think the nature of the questions make it harder to cheat in exams. Students are no longer required to regurgitate facts and figures. Instead the emphasis is on their ability to sift through and analyse information.

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Free Windows automation application

Free Windows automation application: "Perfect Automation may be the answer. This app includes a scheduler tool, so you can run programs at preset times. Use it as a program launcher, so you don't have to dig through the Start menu to get things up and running. Maybe best of all, it's got a keyboard and mouse recorder. Step through your process once while recording it, and then play it back whenever you need to.

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Get rid of unwanted apps with SlimComputer

Get rid of unwanted apps with SlimComputer: "SlimComputer is an application that can help you take out the trash from your new system. Just by pushing a couple of buttons, you can disable services turned on by default that may put your system at risk, get rid of links you aren't going to use, and maybe most importantly, remove all that trialware and other junk that's just getting in the way.

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Audioboo

Audioboo: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Audioboo – Sometimes recording an audio speech is better than writing it as the former can convey a richer meaning that cannot be captured by written words. Audioboo is a web and mobile platform that allows you to easily share an audio recording over the internet

Recurse - Less Friction, Better Revisions

Recurse - Less Friction, Better Revisions: "As a designer you understand that presentation is important. Recurse is a simple solution to show clients your spiffy new design. By emulating a website with multiple flat images clients will have a better idea of what the composition will look like ‘in the wild’.

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Live Documents - Office for the Internet Generation.

Live Documents - Office for the Internet Generation.: "Live Documents is the Office suite for the Internet Generation - a set of web-enabled, feature-rich applications for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations that increase personal productivity and facilitate group collaboration

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Swear Word List, Dictionary, Filter, and API - NoSwearing.com

Swear Word List, Dictionary, Filter, and API - NoSwearing.com: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Hahahahahahahahaha!

Sales Live Chatbar Pricing | Zopim

Sales Live Chatbar Pricing | Zopim: "FREE
SIGN UP
Only two concurrent chats
1 agent
1 IM chat bot
Forum support

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1dl.us :: Your all-in-one tool site.

1dl.us :: Your all-in-one tool site.: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Upload, Convert and Share your Documents - DocDroid

Upload, Convert and Share your Documents - DocDroid: "DocDroid is a completely free online document uploading, conversion and sharing tool.

* Upload documents in nearly any format.
* Share the document via eMail, Twitter or Facebook.
* Fast HTML preview of the uploaded document for readers.
* Let the reader choose in which format he wants to download the document.
* Multiple file upload is possible.
* Password protection is possible.
* Supported formats: PDF, DOCX, DOC, ODT, PAGES, RTF, OTT, XLS, XLSX, TXT, PPT, PPTX, ODP and more!
* Documents can be deleted by you or are deleted after 60 days without view.

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NetDrive - The Network Drive for Windows

NetDrive - The Network Drive for Windows: "With NetDrive, managing your remote FTP and WebDAV servers will be as easy as any old file folders on your PC.

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Actions: automate all kinds of repetitive tasks via drag and drop (without writing a line of code) » freewaregenius.com

Actions: automate all kinds of repetitive tasks via drag and drop (without writing a line of code) » freewaregenius.com: "Actions: automate all kinds of repetitive tasks via drag and drop (without writing a line of code)

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Internet security plan under review would alert users to hacker takeover

Internet security plan under review would alert users to hacker takeover: "Internet security plan under review would alert users to hacker takeover

The government is reviewing an Australian program that will allow Internet service providers to alert customers if their computers are taken over by hackers and could limit online access if people don't fix the problem.

Obama administration officials have met with industry leaders and experts to find ways to increase online safety while trying to balance securing the Internet and guarding people's privacy and civil liberties.

Experts and U.S. officials are interested in portions of the plan, set to go into effect in Australia in December. But any move toward Internet regulation or monitoring by the U.S. government or industry could trigger fierce opposition from the public.

The discussions come as private, corporate and government computers across the U.S. are increasingly being taken over and exploited by hackers and other computer criminals.

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Flaws in D.C.'s online voting system should serve as a warning to all states

Flaws in D.C.'s online voting system should serve as a warning to all states: "Flaws in D.C.'s online voting system should serve as a warning to all states


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KeyScrambler Personal - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com

KeyScrambler Personal - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com: "KeyScrambler Personal is a free plug-in for your Web browser that protects everything you type from keyloggers. It defeats keyloggers by encrypting your keystrokes at the keyboard driver level, deep within the operating system. When the encrypted keystrokes reach your browser, KeyScrambler then decrypts them so you see exactly the keys you've typed

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How do I make Windows 7 desktop gadgets visible on mouse-over only? | Microsoft Windows | TechRepublic.com

How do I make Windows 7 desktop gadgets visible on mouse-over only? | Microsoft Windows | TechRepublic.com: "How do I make Windows 7 desktop gadgets visible on mouse-over only?

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The Evolution of the Geek / Flowtown (@flowtown)

The Evolution of the Geek / Flowtown (@flowtown): "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Graphic...

TalkMiner

TalkMiner: "Search inside video lectures and talks
searching 13233 talks and lectures

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Search Features

Search Features: "Improve Your Search Experience

In addition to providing easy access to billions of web pages, Google has many special features to help you to find exactly what you're looking for. Some of our most popular features are listed below.

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GOOD.is | The World of Data (Raw Image)

GOOD.is | The World of Data (Raw Image): "- Sent using Google Toolbar" A graphical representation of the data that surrounds us. Example: 2.9 emails sent every SECOND.

MetaLib® - Search

MetaLib® - Search: "Welcome to MetaLib, a service of the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications! MetaLib is a federated search engine that searches multiple U.S. Federal government databases, retrieving reports, articles, and citations while providing direct links to selected resources available online. To learn more, view additional brief or detailed search information.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

ontext :: Add new post

ontext :: Add new post: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Instant publishing. Paste or import text, publish, share URL of your post.

Top Ten Lists - View All Lists

Top Ten Lists - View All Lists: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

resizeMyBrowser - Web application

resizeMyBrowser - Web application: "* 320 x 480
* iPhone 3G/3GS

* 480 x 720
* Meizu M8

* 480 x 800
* Google Nexus one

* 640 x 960
* iPhone 4G

* 768 x 1024
* iPad

* 480 x 320
* iPhone 3G/3GS

* 720 x 480
* Meizu M8

* 800 x 480
* Google Nexus one

* 960 x 64

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Draw on any webpage. Share your ideas. - MarkUp

Draw on any webpage. Share your ideas. - MarkUp: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

50 Powerful Time-Savers For Web Designers - Smashing Magazine

50 Powerful Time-Savers For Web Designers - Smashing Magazine: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Domain Name Status Reporter

Domain Name Status Reporter: "Domain Name Status Reporter is a freeware tool from Softnik Technologies that will allow you to monitor the domain name status of global top level domains. The supported domains include Com, Net, org, Edu, Info and Biz.

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tv-show-service-grid.png (PNG Image, 1040x3638 pixels)

tv-show-service-grid.png (PNG Image, 1040x3638 pixels): "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Mechanical Keyboard Guide - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

Mechanical Keyboard Guide - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Tagxedo - Creator

Tagxedo - Creator: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Make word pictures out of many things.

How to share a file from an OS X computer to an XP computer

As discussed in a recent editorial, more and more households are going the multi-platform route, with Droids or iPhones, Macs or Linux machines living under the same roof as Windows computers. If you have an OS X computer (or one of your family members does) and you want to be able to share its file with your XP system(s), here's how:
  1. First, the Mac and PC must belong to the same workgroup. XP's default workgroup is named "Workgroup," and by default the Mac creates a workgroup called "Workgroup" for connecting to a Windows machine. If you've changed the workgroup name on the XP computer, you'll need to change it on the Mac, too. If that's the case, you can find out how here:
    http://www.wxpnews.com/0WJMWV/101019-Share-Mac-Files
  2. After making sure they belong to the same workgroup, on the Mac you need to open System Preferences from the dock or the Apple menu.
  3. Click Sharing in the Internet & Network section.
  4. Check the File Sharing checkbox. This will share the public folders of all user accounts. You can add folders by clicking the + button below the Shared Folders list.

From WXP News: Sunbelt Software
33 North Garden Avenue
Clearwater, Florida USA 33755

TinyApps.Org : Home

TinyApps.Org : Home: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

ScrapWalls.com - Make a Photo Collage Online

ScrapWalls.com - Make a Photo Collage Online: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

The Internet in 2020 |

The Internet in 2020 |: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Monday, October 18, 2010

CARL Book Beacon: Twitter can do WHAT with your photos?

CARL Book Beacon: Twitter can do WHAT with your photos?: "Thursday, October 14, 2010
Twitter can do WHAT with your photos?

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Icon Editor for Windows. Free Icon Maker.

Icon Editor for Windows. Free Icon Maker.: "Icon Editor. Download Free Icon Maker.

Junior Icon Editor is free now!

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Unhear it - get that damn song out of your head!

Unhear it - get that damn song out of your head!: "Using the latest in reverse-auditory-melodic-unstickification technology, we've been able to allow our users to “unhear” songs by hearing equally catchy songs.

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notesforlater

notesforlater: "save time, forget less, in one click.

Quickly save notes to an interface you're already familiar with: your email. No login is required, just an email address.

Notes for later is a web service for remembering websites. It creates a unique bookmarklet for your browser that, when clicked, emails you...

  • A link to the website you're viewing
  • An optional full text PDF of the website
  • Anything you have highlighted
  • Any personal notes or comments
  • The time you visited


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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Saturday, October 16, 2010

prldr - a visual rss reader

prldr - a visual rss reader: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Create Free Privacy Policy

Create Free Privacy Policy: "Free privacy policy generator

With GeneratePrivacyPolicy.com you may create professional privacy policies with our user friendly tools. Privacy policy agreements are tailored specifically for your website, your business and your requirements.

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Fileminx - Free File Conversion Online in Real-time

Fileminx - Free File Conversion Online in Real-time: "free and easy real-time file conversion

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Free live tv online, internet television channels

Free live tv online, internet television channels: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Friday, October 15, 2010

What is reCAPTCHA?

What is reCAPTCHA?: "Digitizing Books One Word at a Time - using reCAPTCHA and solving CAPTCHAS from OCR scans of books.

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gb4less - Best Price per Gigabyte for Digital Storage

gb4less - Best Price per Gigabyte for Digital Storage: "Our top products are algorithmically generated in real time to maximize your cost per gigabyte. Savings are based on the median price per gigabyte for storage products in the corresponding category.

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drivewire - universal hard drive adapter

drivewire - universal hard drive adapter: "DriveWire - Universal Hard Drive Adapter
Connect to any 2.5' or 3.5' SATA or PATA hard drive
DriveWire

The perfect tool for IT departments, techies, or anyone that needs to interface to a hard drive. DriveWire provides a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface to:

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SimilarSiteSearch.com - The Best Place To Find Similar Websites

SimilarSiteSearch.com - The Best Place To Find Similar Websites: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

How To Remove Windows Genuine Advantage From Your PC

How To Remove Windows Genuine Advantage From Your PC: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

reCAPTCHA Mailhide: Free Spam Protection

reCAPTCHA Mailhide: Free Spam Protection: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

ThinkUp: Social Media Insights Engine

ThinkUp: Social Media Insights Engine: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Thursday, October 14, 2010

How do I open a new instance of a program?

QUESTION:
Help! I know I'm a little late to the game but I just recently switched from Vista to Windows 7. I like it, but there is one little thing that's driving me batty! In Vista if I clicked a program in the Quick Launch bar, I got a new instance of the program. For instance, a new Internet Explorer window. I like the jump list in the task bar but there's no quick launch bar. Is there a way to get a whole new IE window to open (or Word or other programs)? Thanks! - Edward J.

ANSWER:
Yes, you can open another separate instance of most programs from the taskbar, but it may not be obvious at first how to do it. Right click the program in the taskbar and look for the program name in the bottom half of the jump list. Clicking that will give you a new instance of the program. And if you want your Quick Launch bar back, you can have it. See
http://www.win7news.net/1JN2DV/101014-New-Instance


From WIN7 News Net
Sunbelt Software
33 North Garden Avenue
Clearwater, Florida USA 33755

Amortization Loan Calculator

Amortization Loan Calculator: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

How to Use Twitter for Information Mining

How to Use Twitter for Information Mining: "How to Use Twitter for Information Mining
Share |
Published: 2009-01-21,
Last Updated: 2009-01-22 14:45:41 UTC
by Lenny Zeltser (Version: 1)

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Technology In The Classroom (Infographic) | ThePajamaPundit.com

Technology In The Classroom (Infographic) | ThePajamaPundit.com: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Installed Maverick Meerkat (Ubuntu 10.10) on USB this morning.

Downloaded new distro and burned to USB.  Fast, easy.  Give it a try.

Ten things to know about Meerket:
http://www.serverwatch.com/eur/article.php/3907901/10-Things-to-Know-About-Maverick-Meerkat.htm

Create Synchronicity: an easy, fast, and lightweight backup and synchronization application

Create Synchronicity: an easy, fast, and lightweight backup and synchronization application: "Create Synchronicity is a powerful and lightweight open source backup and synchronization program, available in many languages.

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Find blogs :: BlogSynergy :: Guest blogging made easy!

Find blogs :: BlogSynergy :: Guest blogging made easy!: "Find Blogs by Category

Find blogs to write for by looking in categories related to your blog.

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YouTube - Movies

YouTube - Movies: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" New. FREE, full length.

Pa. school settles 2 webcam spy lawsuits for $610K

Pa. school settles 2 webcam spy lawsuits for $610K: "Pa. school settles 2 webcam spy lawsuits for $610K

By MARYCLAIRE DALE
The Associated Press
Tuesday, October 12, 2010; 8:33 AM
The settlement calls for $175,000 to be placed in a trust for Robbins and $10,000 for a second student who filed suit, Jalil Hassan. Their lawyer, Mark Haltzman, will get $425,000 for his work on the case.

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Money in the food industry [infographic] - Holy Kaw!

Money in the food industry [infographic] - Holy Kaw!: "Money in the food industry [infographic]
Posted Oct 11th, 2010 at 8:13 AM and seen 10070 times

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Monday, October 11, 2010

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The Percolator | Sad Steve

The Percolator | Sad Steve: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" 20 Fresh tracks. Download MP3, free.  No registration.  Good quality, fast downloads.

DownloadSpy.net - We spy on the newest software releases - Freeware, Shareware, Drivers and Games

DownloadSpy.net - We spy on the newest software releases - Freeware, Shareware, Drivers and Games: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Greg's Cable Map

Greg's Cable Map: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Undersea cables connecting the world.

Periodic Table of the Elements - Josh Duck

Periodic Table of the Elements - Josh Duck: "HTML5 Elements

The table below shows the 104 elements currently in the HTML5 working draft and two proposed elements (marked with an asterisk).

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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Screenshot Tour: Our Favorite New Features in Ubuntu 10.10

Screenshot Tour: Our Favorite New Features in Ubuntu 10.10: "Ubuntu 10.10, due for release this Sunday, adds a lot of little things here and there to the Linux system, but also some entirely new, great stuff. Here are the most useful and impressive new features in 'Maverick Meerkat.'

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Technology News and Reviews - Boot Camp: Category - Gadgets

Technology News and Reviews - Boot Camp: Category - Gadgets: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"
A report on gadgets and gear. Thanks, Steve.

TechTales: Tech Room

TechTales: Tech Room: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Funny tech tales from tech support. Thanks, Steve.

CSS3.0 Maker | CSS3.0 Generator | CSS 3.0 Generator

CSS3.0 Maker | CSS3.0 Generator | CSS 3.0 Generator: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

OS X Portable Applications — FreeSMUG

OS X Portable Applications — FreeSMUG: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

Harris BlackJack Thumbdrive is the Sonic Screwdriver of Computer Forensics

Harris BlackJack Thumbdrive is the Sonic Screwdriver of Computer Forensics: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"
From Everthing USB.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Display Products

Display Products: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" Shopping cart software for Dreamweaver, Frontpage, CSS, etc.-

How to Go Completely Wireless in Your Home

How to Go Completely Wireless in Your Home: "How to Go Completely Wireless in Your Home

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The Office Worker’s 101 Guide to a USB Thumb Drive [Download]

The Office Worker’s 101 Guide to a USB Thumb Drive [Download]: "Download: The Office Workers Guide To A USB Thumb Drive

or

Read it online on Scribd



This guide covers everything you need to know about flash drives and how to keep your data safe and secure. Inside, you will also find:

* What a USB flash drive is and what they are used for
* What type of flash drive should you buy considering the case, capacity and transfer rates
* How to work with your flash drive to get the most out of it
* Backing up and syncing your files
* How to keep your data safe and protected
* How to install software on your flash drive to use on any computer
* How to use your flash drive to increase the speed of your computer
* and much more…

If you own a USB Thumb Drive, this is a must-read guide for you.

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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Kapow - Gott Code

Kapow - Gott Code: "Kapow is a punch clock program designed to easily keep track of your hours, whether you're working on one project or many. Simply clock in and out with the Start/Stop button. If you make a mistake in your hours, you can go back and edit any of the entries by double-clicking on the session in question. Kapow also allows you to easily keep track of the hours since you lasted billed a client, by providing a helpful 'Billed' checkbox--the totals will reflect your work after the last billed session.

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FocusWriter - Gott Code

FocusWriter - Gott Code: "FocusWriter is a fullscreen, distraction-free word processor designed to immerse you as much as possible in your work. The program autosaves your progress, and reloads the last files you had open to make it easy to jump back in during your next writing session, and has many other features that make it such that only one thing matters: your writing.

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Convert DOC and DOCX files to TXT

Convert DOC and DOCX files to TXT: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

BYO Image Search Lab - Idée Inc.

BYO Image Search Lab - Idée Inc.: "3 million stock photos from Alamy. Using our Piximilar visual search technology you can submit an image from the web or your own hard drive to find visually similar images

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Handwriting font creator

Handwriting font creator: "- Sent using Google Toolbar" REDUX. Download template, fill it out, scan it, then upload the template to create your font. You supply the template, the font name and the font format (TTF, OTF or SVG).

Saturday, October 2, 2010

20 off-the-wall emails from the technically clueless | TechRepublic Photo Gallery

20 off-the-wall emails from the technically clueless | TechRepublic Photo Gallery: "20 off-the-wall emails from the technically clueless. I know several "computer users" that might take clueless as their middle name.

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