Today’s Geek Squeaks – September 28, 2013

A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks:

Squeak #1 – (Good News For Facebook Users) – Call me fuddy duddy, but I am not a Facebook fan, but I know the rest of the world is. I did not know this, but previously in Facebook after you posted something, you could not go back and edit the post. You had t to delete your post, lose all your likes and comments, and repost to edit something. This all will be changing… (SEE BELOW);

Squeak #2 – (50 GBs Of Online Storage for FREE) – Take a look at Mega, which is currently in beta. I like the idea of the end-to-end encryption when you upload and download a file. May be a good service to use to store those unimportant files (SEE BELOW);

Squeak #3 – (Change Or Correct The Timestamp Of Any File On Your System): NewFileTime gives you the ability to make quick corrections to the creation, last access and modification dates/times of the files or folders on their PC.  Very small (portable) app… (SEE BELOW);

Squeak #4 – (Very Unique Memory Card Holder): Yesterday I featured a memory card reader. Today it is a very unique card holder that will fit in your wallet (SEE BELOW)…

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Facebook Lets You Edit Posts After Sharing On Android And Web Now, iOS Soon

@ TechCrunch

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Soon you’ll be able to edit all posts and comments from the web, Android, or iOS. To edit posts, you’ll be able to click the down arrow in the top right of one of your posts and select ‘Edit Post’ to change the text, then click “Done Editing”… READ MORE


Mega – Online File Storage and Sharing

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Get 50 GBs of storage…  Mega uses end-to-end encyption. Data uploaded is encrypted on the uploading device before it is sent out to the Internet, and data downloaded is decrypted only after it has arrived on the downloading device. The client machines are responsible for generating, exchanging and managing the encryption keys. No usable encryption keys ever leave the client computers (with the exception of RSA public keys)… SIGN UP HERE


Modify The Timestamp Of Files And Folders

NewFileTime

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NewFileTime is a small but effective tool that provides you easy access to corrections and manipulation of timestamp for any file and folder on your system.Several files and/or folders can be dispatched at the same time,add files simple via Drag and Drop or by import from a folder.In any case, it opens different ways to bring it quickly to do. You can make files proportionally younger or older, or targeted a specific time… GET IT HERE


DiMeCard-SD: SD + microSD Memory Card Holder (credit card size holder, writable label)

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Stores 2 full size SD cards or SD/microSD card adapters and 4 microSD cards or 6 microSD cards if SD/ microSD adapters (not supplied) are used. Durable memory card holder slips comfortably into wallet, purse or pocket. Store up to 768 Gigabytes depending on the size of your memory cards… CHECK IT OUT HERE


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One Response to Today’s Geek Squeaks – September 28, 2013

  1. […] #3 – (Desktop Client For Your 50GB MEGA Account): The September 28th Geek Squeak roundup, I featured a bit about MEGA and their 50GB online file storage offering. Today at […]

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