Archive | January, 2008

Easy, Free Online Meetings for Collaboration

Easy, Free Online Meetings for Collaboration

In a previous reader poll, I asked folks whether or not they did online meetings. A few of you said yes, but most of you answered, “What is an online meeting?” I’ll try to clarify online meeting for you and introduce you to a tool that makes online meetings easy to do and at no cost.

An online meeting can be defined as a session where you and at least one other person are collaborating on a project in real time via your computers.

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Has Apple Done "TV" and Movies Right This Time?

Has Apple Done "TV" and Movies Right This Time?

Has Apple brought digital movies rentals to its customers. The new Apple TV could be just what consumers were asking for.

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Killer Free Service That You’re Probably Not Using

Killer Free Service That You’re Probably Not Using

We all want to be safe when we surf the web. The problem is that there are lots of malicious, unscrupulous web sites that we can potentially stumble upon. The more tools we install on our computers to protect us, the slower they potentially become. Instead of installing additional SW on your computer, you may think about using the free service available from OpenDNS.

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Cell Phone Woes? Get All The Facts Before Buying

Cell Phone Woes? Get All The Facts Before Buying

Have you ever needed to research a cell phone before buying. Here is a list of great sites that have fully reviewed cell phones.

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Make Sure You Do This Before Donating or Disposing of Your Old Computer

Make Sure You Do This Before Donating or Disposing of Your Old Computer

I know that some of us will be donating or disposing of our computers this year. I hope that each of you has considered that your personal information may be visible on your computer’s hard drive, even after you have deleted it. The data is actually still there and can be accessed by savvy computer users for malicious purposes.

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