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DigWebInterface.com provides the functionality of the powerful DIG (domain information groper) command-line tool into a website with an easy to use interface. The site makes it very easy to obtain detailed DNS information on multiple domains and IPs at once. dixlinx: DIGWEBINTERFACE.COM

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Logmein has been around for some time now and has grown into a very reliable and usable product. Logmein’s primary function of remote access to a single PC located at home or at work is absolutely free. Logmein also offers a myriad of pay options for IT administrators as well as corporate users for enterprise level remote access. Once […]

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VLC is a great award winning software to use when you have a video or audio file in a format that Windows Media Player and others do not easily play. I have occasionally experienced problems playing .AVI files and DVD’s in WMP, but VLC takes care of these issues as it plays everything from .AVI […]

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Speedtest.net is a flash based bandwith tester that seems to be very accurate. I like how it can detect ISP upload compression and how you can visually select multiple locations to test your bandwidth from. I have found the tool very accurate and the Flash animations make it fun to use. dixlinx: SPEEDTEST.NET

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AnalogX makes some pretty cool freeware and posts them on his site at AnalogX.com . One of my favorites is the Internet Traffic Report Client . ITRC provides very interesting data and is a fun little toy for any networking geek to play with. More info from the website here:   How many times has your Internet connection been […]

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