Featuring: Professional watermarking software (for FREE); how to establish a “LOCAL” Windows 8.1 logon account; a Digital Attack Map that depicts live data DDoS attacks; AND, an automatic portable satellite antenna…
Geek Squeaks’ features a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, you name it; from my favorite tech web sites… I just plain love tech!
TSR Watermark Image
Adding a watermark to an image is like adding a personal identifier that gives you sole ownership and claim to the image. TSR Watermark is exclusively made so that you can add a watermark to an image that is difficult to remove.
You should consider adding watermarks to your photos if your is using the photos as a way to get yourself or your products known, with your name or website added as a watermark to a photo or illustration you are more likely to get the credits. The harder you make the watermark to remove the more sure you can be of getting the credits… GET IT HERE
Quick Tip: Change to a local account in Windows 8.1
I recently upgraded to Windows 8.1 and I can tell you there is one thing I do not like right off the start. You will either be forced to sign in to an existing Microsoft Live account or you will be required to create one. I understand that this version of Windows is tightly knit into having a Live account, but pushing me into this, I do not like. I prefer having a local account, then if I want to sign in to my Live account, that is my decision… On a tablet PC, I can see this necessary, but on a desktop, not good! Anyway, to help you though this I did find a solution at Tech Republic.
Did you end up with a Microsoft live account after updating to 8.1? Here is how to re-establish a local account… READ MORE
Interactive Digital Attack Map
Cool map that depicts DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks in real time around the globe.
Digital Attack Map is an excellent interactive attack map that allows for the viewing of DDoS attacks and more.
This offers an animated view of DDoS attacks and has a gallery including news links on some of the largest attacks… READ MORE
Carryout White Automatic Portable Satellite TV Antenna
I was recently thinking it would be cool to have a portable satellite antenna that could setup anywhere. Low and behold they are out there… The Winegard GM-1518, once set up, looks like one of those domed barbecue grills…
Get more with the Carryout–this lightweight portable satellite dish is compatible with many popular networks, including DISH Network, DIRECTV, and Bell TV, as well as Eastern Arc satellites. The Carryout also works with most receivers. It’s easy to carry, easy to set up, and easy to watch your favorite shows… CHECK IT OUT HERE