Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#17)

I cannot believe that when I started this weekly listing, 17 weeks ago, that it would become such a popular piece on the blog. If you do not know what “Geek Squeaks” are (???); they are articles I randomly select, on a weekly basis, that are created by the authors from the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community. The community is a mixed array of professionals and everyday computer users that provide (what I consider) better than commercial grade information.  Enjoy!

Geek Squeaks

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
FireFox 3.5 Released Today

Tech-for Everyone
How To Make A Copy Of Your Favorites List

Sugarloaf Tech
Windows 7 Upgrade Promotion

Technize.com
Which Version Of DotNet Framework
Is Installed On Your System?

The Spyware Biz Blog
Microsoft introduces Morro

Snakebytez
Automated cleanup tool
to remove the .NET Framework
1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5

Techsense
Format A HDD With Notepad

Rarst.net
OpenOffice.org (plus portable)

Teck~Line
Facebook Is Going To Announce
Their Privacy Changes Tomorrow

Plato On-Line
Ugliest Dog ‘Champion’

TTC Shelbyville
Find Your Internal and External IP address

Piyada’s World
How to Password Protect USB Flash Drive?

Tux In The Midwest
My netbook aspirations – HP Mini 5101

Lifehacker
Use Your Car Alarm as a
Home Security Panic Button

AKS-Feel The Change!
Windows Startup Methods

Is You GEEKed UP
Find Your Lost Pre With GPS Tracking

AllThatsNew
Michael Jackson Searches Explodes On Google

Free PC Security
Microsoft Security Essentials – Beta

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove USAntispy

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Celebrity malware

AskBillFirst
AskBillFirst Newsletter #11

Crazy World of G
Windows Directory Printer

Carol’s Vault
Merriam Webster Visual Dictionary Online

StumbleIt

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  1. Howdy there, Professor.

    You are absolutely correct, all of the writers provide practical information (that you need not be an Über Geek to appreciate) in a friendly and readable way.

    I don’t think you should be surprised the popularity of this weekly listing, as this is a real public service you’re providing, in a “one-stop shopping” kind of way.

    As always, I am proud to see Tech – for Everyone listed on such a fine website as yours.
    Your readers are always welcome to visit.

    Keep up the great work!

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  2. So you decided to add entermainment on Geek Squeeks Rick. A refreshing change of air? 🙂
    I’m very glad and grateful. I like the article from Lifehacker.
    More power to WOMP!

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  3. Pochp,

    I liked that “friendly” looking dog you had posted there on your blog and thought I should share that with others…

    Thanks for commenting and visiting.

    Rick

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