Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#49)

If you have a passion for information technology and computers, then you need to follow the sites (blogs) listed below that are part of Geek Squeaks’. Each week I pull an article from each of those sites (blogs) to highlight their accomplishments in Geek Squeaks’ of the Week. I encourage you the preview the articles below and pay a visit to each of these sites.


Google’s Free Programs and Services

Right On Technology
Google Earth Arrives For Android 2.1 Phones

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Comodo Dragon – A More Secure Internet Browser?

Plato On-Line
FBI Now into the PA School ‘Laptop Spying’
How to Remove Antimalware Doctor

Carol’s Vault
Reblog: 20+ Exceptional Online Professional Image Editors and Drawing Applications

Free PC Security
Site Update

Lesson Learned

Tech-for Everyone
Buzz Bombs
Google Buzz – weird email or weird Twitter?

Use Windows System Restore to Recover Individual Files

Crazy World of G
Export This

Liksoft Free Screen Capture Software

TTC Shelbyville
NetSurveyor Wireless Network Survey

I Love Free Software
Do It Again: Automatically Repeat Tasks on your PC

Worthy Tips
Change Windows 7 Start Button
with Windows 7 Start Button Changer

Real Life Photograph which Looks like Oil Painting!

Canadian Tech Blogger
Top 5: Most Popular Google Searchs For 2010

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Blogging with Windows Live Writer. 9

TuneUp Blog
Educating PC Users on Computer Maintenance

WP Expert
How To Correctly Use The Top Rated Widget


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  1. Hey Rick,

    Hard to believe it’s mid-week again! Where did the time go? Oh, well – we’re closer to the end of the snow.

    Great to get my mid-week treat though, with your fabulous Geeks Squeaks’ – thanks.



  2. Hiya Rick,

    Wonderful selection for everyone to click through and learn.

    As Bill said: ‘Where did the time go?’ – it’s just shot past me I think 🙂

    Many thanks for the inclusion and now that my site is back to normal I look forward to the forthcoming challenges which cannot be as daunting as rebuilding the whole site!!


      1. Hi Rick,

        Oh it was stressful LOL – at times I would just get up and walk away for a while.

        It’s no mean task recovering a lot of data and ensuring that all links and cross links are working but it’s nice to get a comment or email and know that it was worth it.

        As with all others on your superb lists, we all strive to educate users with the knowledge that we have amassed 🙂


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