Geek Squeaks of the Week (#16)

If you are new (or old) to information technology and computers; these (featured) articles on “What’s On My PC…” are for you. The articles are by authors who spend a great deal of their time putting the articles together (for FREE) to keep you and me abreast of the latest in computers, software, security and information technology. The articles are in no particular order or ranking and are randomly selected from my blogroll community.


AKS-Feel The Change
Another Major Web Threat :
Nine-Ball Compromises More Than 40,000 Legitimate Websites

Tux In The Midwest
Microsoft Enters the Free Anti-Malware Arena

Google Taking A Leap Forward By Identifying Landmarks

TTC Shelbyville
Fixing a Computer with A and W Root Beer
How to Remove ErrorFix

Failure Friday is now open for viewing

Disposable Email Address – What Is It Good For?
Analyze And Fix Vulnerabilities In Your System

Carol’s Vault
Increase bandwidth for networks and internet connections

Tech-for Everyone
Top Ten Internet Safety Tips for Children

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Announcement: Spiceworks 4.0 is out!

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Best Spam Story Ever! Thanks Pastor Mike

Crazy World of G
Google Voice Tomorrow?

Sugarloaf Tech
Vista – Launching Games is Slow

Is You GEEKed Up
Secunia PSI – Great Utility
to Quickly Get Software Update Notification

Spyware Biz
Microsoft introduces Morro

The Credit Scores You Don’t Get to See

Anti-Malware Toolkit

Piyadas World
4 Tools to add a start menu on USB flash drives

Plato on-line
The ‘Computer Terrorist’
Forget the right ways to do things


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10 Responses to Geek Squeaks of the Week (#16)

  1. Humm..Lots of articles on security this time..looks like a week talking about security.


  2. pochp says:

    There’s just too many excellent posts I can’t vote for my choice. Great choosing Rick!
    More power to WOMP!


  3. Ramblinrick says:


    You are right… “Security” is always a hot topic. Keep you the great work there at “Piyada’s World”.



  4. Ramblinrick says:


    Thank you for your kind words. I do like the “WOMP” statement you came up with… I think when I was growing up, I got a couple of those “WOMPings”.



  5. techpaul says:

    Greeting to all from sunny California. (finally sunny, that is)

    Once again, Rick, you have gathered a great collection of articles/topics of interest and value for the “average person” — produced by independent, dedicated tech enthusiasts. I am happy to have “made” your list; your readers are always welcome.

    I hope folks will take advantage of this compilation, and explore these websites. You are providing a real service every Wednesday with your Geek Squeaks.


  6. Bill Mullins says:


    As always a big “thank you”. I love to see my name “in lights” on your site!.



  7. straw000 says:

    thx for the link back 🙂


  8. akp982 says:

    Spiceworks is a great tool 🙂 Rock on


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