How To Find Icons Hidden Inside of Files

Icons are like eye candy… Without icons we would have a difficult time navigating our computers. Icons provide us with the ability to relate a function with a small graphic. Once that “function to graphic” relationship is established and stored (in our brains) we can quickly carry out the function by mouse clicking on the... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#79)

We are living in the age of information technology and computers. To keep up with the pace it is important to have credible and reliable sources. Reflected below is this weeks round up of recent information technology and computer news, as posted by the members associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll. It does... Continue Reading →

Windows 7 for Seniors

You are probably looking at the title and questioning, “Did Microsoft develop another operating system called Windows 7 for Seniors?”. The answer is, NO! The title is referring to the Dummies Series of books that have been in production since 1991, when the first one published was “Dos for Dummies”. As a matter of fact... Continue Reading →

An Incredibly Fast Online Dictionary

Recently I posted an article about Google’s dictionary (titled: Did you know Google has a dictionary?) that was quite popular. To add to your dictionary collection, I encourage you take a look at another online dictionary, called Definir. is a fast, free dictionary based on Princeton's open WordNet 2.0. The website framework is Ruby... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#78)

Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly roundup of articles that have been posted by other bloggers who are associated by the What’s On My PC blogroll. If your knack in life is information technology, then these blogs are greating starting points to enhance your learning. Tech-for Everyone License Giveaway Contest – SLOW-PCFighter Bookmarks4Techs ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch... Continue Reading →

TTC Shelbyville Makes ComputerWorld Magazine

Steve Mallard, IT Manager at the Tennessee Technology Center at Shelbyville, a regular visitor and supporter of this blog, is featured in ComputerWorld Magazine. Steve (and his students) are contributors of the blog TTC Shelbyville, which I am a (daily) regular visitor. To read about Steve and TTC Shelbyville, in ComputerWorld [ click here ]... Continue Reading →

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