Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#32)

They say there are hidden treasures in those blogs and the treasures in these blogs are are no exception. The blog articles listed below are articles from the blogs (sites) that are listed on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community. If you are looking for that treasure, then look no further; the information that is conveyed and presented in these articles are true gems of professionalism.


Carol’s Vault
The President’s new cross: a Nobel prize for Peace

Right On Technology
T-Mobile Project Dark to Offer $50 Unlimited Plan

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Be Safe – Write Down Your Passwords

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Preview a TinyURL

Is You GEEKed Up
Up Do You Tweet on Twitter?

Plato On-Line
Bladeless Fan and Spider-Pill-Camera

Now You Can Publicize Your Post To Twitter
How to Remove Antivirus

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

TuneUp Blog
Speed Up Games on Your XP or Vista System (Part One)

Manage your Passwords with KeePass Password Safe

Tux in the Midwest
Drupal Notes – Terminology

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

TTC Shelbyville
Free Video Converter

The Abbey Rose
Tech Airlines©

Get All Windows & Office Updates on A DVD

How to Create Polaroid Photos Online?

Tecnogran’s Tittle Tattle
Live Photo Gallery v Google Picasa

thePC Security
Scan or Check Websites for Malware – 4 Free Tools

Computer Too Slow
Diagnose Windows Freezing

CrimeReports Maps Out Local Crimes [Crime]
HijackThis – unofficial standard for startup entries log

Scoroncocolo Tech Pages
Anyone Can View Saved Passwords on Your Computer

Tech-for Everyone
IE 8 – Protecting Your Privacy Online

Setting a Default Program to Open a File

Free PC Security
Microsoft Update Fake Emails

What’s On My PC…
A “FREE” way to inventory your movie collection…


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  1. Rick,

    I need to be more consistent in offering my thanks for inclusion in your Geek Squeaks.

    For those times I have not – a big “Thank You”.



  2. Bill,

    No thanks necessary… It is nice to be associated with such a great group of people and I am the one that should be saying “Thank You”…

    Keep doing what you are doing…



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