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Importance of Installing Licensed Software

June 6, 2013 No Comments

Importance of Installing Licensed Software There are many people who think that investing in licensed software is a waste of time. They usually say that if everyone is doing it, then it is alright. Just because most of the friends you know are using pirated software, it doesn’t mean that you have to follow ... continue reading...

10 Phrases to (Almost) Guarantee Your Email Won’t Get Delivered

January 30, 2011 No Comments

10 Phrases to (Almost) Guarantee Your Email Won’t Get Delivered If you run a small business, a home business or a huge company, there are phrases you or your employees may be using in the company’s email messages that are getting caught in spam filters. According to the Boulder, Colorado-based Inst... continue reading...

5 Things Parents Need to Know about Location-based Applications

June 15, 2010 1 Comment

5 Things Parents Need to Know about Location-based Applications With Twitter's recent announcement that they are integrating Foursquare and Gowalla technology so people can give exact locations of their tweets, parents need to think about whether or not this is a good thing for their kids. Here are 5 top ti... continue reading...

Internet Addiction – Is your child at risk?

June 8, 2010 No Comments

Internet Addiction – Is your child at risk? Ah, summer - lazy days, no homework, lots of free time...which is exactly what can cause problems for parents and kids. With so much free time, kids may spend too much time on on-line entertainment that isn't exactly healthy - and may even lead to an addiction. A recen... continue reading...

AVG Technologies

May 6, 2009 No Comments

AVG Technologies Antivirus is no longer enough Every day, tens of thousands of new viruses appear in security companies' labs. Traditional security software products that rely on "signatures" to detect and block viruses by identifying each one just can't keep up. You need something more to protect you when yo... continue reading...

IT Business Edge: Open for Business

October 20, 2008 No Comments

IT Business Edge: Open for Business The world of software has changed rapidly since I put my first commercial website on the web ten years ago. Back then, your software choices were simple: write your own, or go closed-source. True, freeware has always existed, but there's a big difference between freeware and... continue reading...

Open Office Version 3

October 16, 2008 3 Comments

Open Office Version 3 ***Edit: It has been brought to my attention that the site I featured was a PAY site. Instead of offering Open Office for free, it charged. My apologies. The link at the end now points to the FREE site.*** Open Office Suite version 3 is out, and it ROCKS! I've been an OO user since versi... continue reading...

Google Chrome

September 3, 2008 No Comments

Google Chrome History was made today. More furniture was probably tossed and more obscenities likely blasted through the air in Steve Ballmer's office. A rumble took place in the very depth of the computing world, setting off seismographic alarms at expert blogs all over the web. Google has announced Google C... continue reading...

CrashPlan: a Review

September 1, 2008 1 Comment

CrashPlan: a Review Everybody's systems are prone to crash. Regardless of whether you are running Windows, Linux, or Macintosh, any number of things beyond your control could cause your system to go belly-up. That's when you need a plan. Specifically, a CrashPlan. CrashPlan offers a very affordable and innovat... continue reading...

What Linux Will Look Like in 2012

August 22, 2008 No Comments

What Linux Will Look Like in 2012 In 2007, Microsoft released Vista amid much hoopla. Today, over a year later, Vista has been called a triumph by a select few. It has been reviled by many, many more. Vista supporters claim that its nbumbers compare very favorably with those of XP a year after its 2001 releas... continue reading...

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