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Someone is apparently phishing for GMail account details—trying to scam folks into giving up their GMail passwords. Beware!
"WinDirStat is a disk usage statistics viewer and cleanup tool for Microsoft Windows."
There are hidden settings in Ad-Aware, a popular anti-spyware utility, that can be used to customize the program's behavior.
The Office Bricolage Contest has a simple premise: Who can construct the most dangerous weapons from office supplies?
"Buzzbands.Net is a music community which allows independent artists and groups to upload their music and distribute it to other members, free of charge. Musicians get a platform to promote themselves, and music fans get a place to access the latest unreleased tracks."
Check this list of Gmail tools and plugins.
Slashdot discusses how to get the best training in Linux administration.
Satisfy your freebie itch at Ben's Bargain Center Freebies.
43 Folders is Merlin Mann's new blog of tips and tricks for all sorts of technologies.
The Ohio LinuxFest is coming. Hmm…
"Codec-Download.com is a new website with an archive of all videocodecs. It offers for free the download of the the latest codecs, besides you can also get here older codecs."