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Monthly Archive for September, 2008

Palbee is a free online service  to web conference with friends and colleagues all over the world. Many online web conferencing services cost upwards of $50 a month but Palbee is 100% free for up to 5 users at any one time. I find it very useful for basic conferencing needs and being hosted online there […]

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Malwarebytes is a relatively new spyware scanner that is very effective in cleaning your PC from the newer more resilient spyware these days. I particularly like Malwarebytes because it is one of the only spyware scanners to detect and remove the notorious Antivirus 2007 infection , something Ad-Aware and Spybots cannot do. The software will also scan […]

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A little while back I posted a file converter call MediaCoder. Well I got a comment from a guy named James (thanks, btw) who suggested Youconvertit instead. Youconvertit is a classic example of Web 2.0 software. No installer or codecs needed, just simply upload the media file you want to convert on the Youconvertit web-page then […]

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Well, it looks like the browser wars are on again, ala 1994. Except this time the company with the better browser has enough cash and influence to fend off any corporate bully that comes its way. Google, god love’em, is going right after Microsoft with it’s rumored release of Chrome tomorrow. It’s my personal opinion […]

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Looking for a program to edit your existing pictures or add a caption to your favorite photo? The GNU Image Manipulation Program is a raster graphics editor that has many of the features of its high priced counterparts, like Adobe Photoshop. This software allows the user to edit photos, re-size images, and convert images to alternate formats(including […]

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