Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#31)

If you are someone that is into computers, technology, and software; then, you need to follow the blogs I have listed below. Listed is a compilation of articles (from the past 7 days) from the blogs that are on the What’s On My PC… blogroll. The authors of these articles (and blogs) go to to great lengths to draft and publish these articles, without compensation, on a frequent basis.

Geek Squeaks’

Plato On-Line
WHY Do We Have Sex?

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Secure Cam Motion Detection Surveillance Software – Free

Google Video Increases upload limit to 16GB

Tux in the Midwest
Drupal Notes Series

TTC Shelbyville
Scan Your Computer With Avira Antivir Rescue System

Piyada’s World
A simple tool to disable write access on your USB thumb drive

Technize-Be Techdated
Google Redirect Virus Removal

Pingtest: Check the Quality of your Broadband Internet

thePC Security
An Ultimate Guide to Software Update Notifiers

Computer Too Slow
Types of Internet Connections

Lifehacker DefaultBrowser
Sets a Portable Browser to System Default

Tech-for Everyone
Gmail Quick Tip — Keyboard Shortcuts

Free PC Security
Layered Security Part 2

AKS-Feel The Change
Check Whether your Email Account Phished or Not

Carol’s Vault
Choose Between a PS3 or Xbox 360 as a present
How to Remove TrustCop

Teck~Line Lounge
Warning Fake Twitter Email Going Around

SpywareBiz Blog
Are online threats bugging you?

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Microsoft Security Essentials Final

Right On Technology
Fitbit Wireless Pedometer
CrossLoop – remote access and support software

Freeware Pharmacy

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
The ribbon and why others are applying it.


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13 thoughts on “Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#31)

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  1. Rick,
    Each and every Wednesday I am impressed by this great collection of free resources you gather; and each and every Wednesday I urge folks to “click around” and explore.

    As always, I thank you for including Tech – for Everyone in this terrific list.


  2. Hey Rick,
    I see you’re feeling sexy now! LOL
    I had a pingback on this post and I still
    don’t know how to reply to that. I thank them of course.
    Can you tell me how? I don’t use Twitter.


    1. Pochp,

      The pingback is automatically generated when a blogger links to an article on another blog. When I included you in Geek Squeaks you are automatically being pinged by my blog (and it lets you know that). There is no need to reply to pingbacks. I do, however, let them in my comments.

      I don’t try to play favorites when I post Geek Squeaks’, but I do have to admit I put your article on the top. “Sex Articles” always grabs the attention of the masses.



  3. Rick – Thank you!
    It’s always an honor and a great privilege to be included with so many superb writers, yourself included, even though you omitted yourself from the list this week!

    As always, there is always something new and I encourage readers to explore the links further, and most importantly, leave comments, thoughts and their own ideas.

    With so many useful and topical subjects there is something for everyone and not just for ‘geeks’.


  4. Colin,

    Thank you for the kind, positive words. It is people (bloggers) like yourself that keeps us doing what we are doing. I am very thankful to have each and everyone of these bloggers on my blogroll…



  5. I am to let to comment in this worthy article as I am busy on my new worthy project. Thanks for this great list of article which I miss due to lack of time and thanks Silki Garg for your kind words.


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