Don't fall victim to the 'Free Wi-Fi' scam: "You could end up being the target of a "man in the middle" attack, in which a hacker is able to steal the information you send over the Internet, including usernames and passwords. And you could also have your files and identity stolen, end up with a spyware-infested PC and have your PC turned into a spam-spewing zombie. The attack could even leave your laptop open to hackers every time you turn it on, by allowing anyone to connect to it without your knowledge."
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Open Source Alternative "provide[s] easy access to high quality open source alternatives to well-known commercial products. And remember that open source software is also a freeware alternative."
Wikizic is "the musician's resources world database", and anyone can contribute. It covers music hardware, music software, artists & albums, and news.
"iRemotePC is a "Remote Desktop Viewing" service that allows you secure access and full view of your remote computer's desktop all from any web-browser… [It] provides features such as: "Remote Desktop Viewing", "File Sharing" and various other useful features."
The Ririan Project "is about creating a new life, creating a brand new life that represents maximum achievement and inner peace, a life that has balance in all it’s areas. Starting from today start working toward a more purposeful, more joyous life!"
Flash Player 9 For Linux has finally been released.
Ms. Ferndock, this one's for you…
Here's a handy list of open source games for Windows, listed by category.
BlogMailr enables you to post items to your blog using nothing more than your email program.
If you are an Internet addict, you need to see a 404 page that tells you to get the hell off the Net every once in a while: "This page cannot be displayed because you need some fresh air".
Back in school? Is the dreaded term paper looming in your future? Maybe some of the 57 Tips for Writing Your Term Paper will help.
How many of the American Lung Association's 52 Proven Stress Reducers do you practice? How many would improve your life if you practiced them?
4. Do nothing you have to lie about later.
21. Make friends with nonworriers. Chronic worrywarts are contagious.
33. Learn to live one day at a time.
42. Stop negative self-talk: "I'm too fat, too old, etc…"
Gina Trapani teaches us how to choose (and remember) great passwords.
My mom loves her slow cooker (aka crockpot)… so I'm pretty sure she will love Just Slow Cooking.