NEW Online Photo Sharing Service that is Drag and Drop Easy

November 29, 2010

There are numerous ways to post and share photos (or pictures) on the internet; however, the processes  to share your photos can be quite confusing.

If you are looking for an online service that makes photo sharing fast, fun and easy, then take a look at Minus.

Minus

Minus is a drag-and-drop sharing system. When you first visit the Minus home page don’t let first appearances deceive you.  The real power and magic occurs when you put Minus to work. Simply drag your photos (docs, music, videos and other files coming soon!) onto the Minus home page and the photos will be automatically uploaded and posted in a gallery. Following the upload process you will be provided with web links to each individual photo and for the entire gallery. Once you have the web links you can then send the links to others that will allow them to view the pictures. Currently you are permitted to upload photos (PEG, GIF, PNG, APNG, BMP) that are up to 7 MBs in size, and you can upload 50 photos per gallery. People viewing the photos have option to download individual photos or the entire gallery.

An online account is not necessary; however, I do recommend signing up.  By signing up you can then access, monitor and manage any of the photo galleries that you have created. Keep in mind, Minus is still in development stage and will most certainly only get better. I can foresee Minus being a very popular online picture (and file) sharing service.

Features:

  • Drag picture(s) from your desktop and folders onto Minus and a new gallery will be automatically created.
  • Use the Left Arrow ← and Right Arrow → to browse the gallery or simply navigate with your mouse.
  • Save & Manage your gallery with the Editor Link.
  • Name your gallery by clicking on top right “Untitled” button.
  • Change the order of image displays in gallery by dragging image titles on top right up and down.
  • Add more photos into gallery by dragging photos onto gallery page.
  • Delete photos from the gallery by clicking the X icons.
  • Delete the entire gallery by clicking the Trash icon.
  • Share the gallery with your friends using the Viewer Link.
  • Share a single image with your friends using the Direct Image Link.
  • Click on Download gallery link in gallery menu to download entire gallery images in Zip file.
  • Click on My Galleries button at bottom right of your screen to see history of your created and viewed galleries.
  • Click on Register / Login button at bottom right of your screen to create a new account or login.
  • Share Anonymously or Logged In.
  • When sharing anonymously , your galleries are tracked via a cookie that is attached to one computer.
  • When sharing while logged in, your galleries are tracked permanently until you clear the gallery history.
  • My Galleries tracking between anonymous and logged in state are separate.
  • If you wish to import galleries, simply re-open the editor or viewer urls for the galleries while logged in.

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Bookmarks to the Best on the Internet Already Created for YOU!

November 29, 2010

Over a period of time we collect numerous bookmarks to our favorite sites to the point it becomes unmanageable, unforgettable and actually very inefficient.

Recently I featured a blog post about a web service called Kadaza.

Kadaza

Kadaza is a visual directory only showing the absolute best and most popular websites in many different categories.

Following that post I have been using the living daylights out of Kadaza.  Why? In today’s internet world we should only be bookmarking sites that are specific to our current specific interests and needs. Otherwise, collecting and managing bookmarks to commonly known sites in my opinion is mundane. Kadaza takes care of the mundane part.

Following the Kadaza post, I found a nice segment to their site that lists all of the Kadaza categories in alphabetical order. In each category only the best, most popular and reliable sites on a specific topic are listed. For example, you can click on “S” for “Shopping” or “E” for “Electronic Stores”, etc…

If you are looking for the ultimate bookmarking list, then this one is it.

You can get to the Kadaza bookmarked categories [HERE].

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Holiday Season Alert: Fraud – Don’t Become A Participant

November 28, 2010

With the holidays upon us the cybercriminal will prey. As a result, I felt compelled to resurface a past article that I had written that will help protect you from the cybercriminal and online fraud.

FRAUD – deceiving another in order to damage them (for personal gain).  Fraud is a crime of deception where you decide to be a participant or not.  Online fraud comes in many flavors; from deceiving emails to deceiving software.

Are you a participant?

In order for fraud to take place, the perpetrator must attract the participation of the victim.  This is usually done through trickery; ultimately for financial gain.  Computers and the internet have made it very easy for fraud to take place.  It is not limited to just our national borders, but is an international (worldwide) problem of great magnitude. You never see the perpetrator in cyberspace. They are invisible to us, and as a result, recouping your identity or any financial losses can be next to impossible.

Several examples:

  1. To provide a powerful example of how fraud can lead to identity theft, I encourage you to preview this video clip, “An Interview With An ID Thief”,  at Tech-for everyone [click here].
  2. One of the most common fraudulent methods out there right now are the rogue security applications that trick you into buying security software.  As an example, see this article [click here] ,composed by Bill Mullins-Tech Thoughts, on a rogue security application called “Personal Defender 2009”.
  3. Other fraudulent methods are through email.  As an example, a very seasoned computer friend of mine recently received the following email with the subject line: “Beloved (In Good Faith)” – (click graphic below for screenshot).  You would not believe how many people fall for this type of email.

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How not to participate…

If it is something that shows up on that computer monitor screen unsolicited (that you did not ask for), be very, very skeptical…  I know our computers prompt us for updates, etc…  but, if you are not sure of what you are doing,DO NOT PARTICIPATE.  If you are skeptical about an email you received and there is instructions or pleading for you to provide information, DO NOT PARTICIPATE.  If you are solicited in any manner, where money or account information is being requested, DO NOT PARTICIPATE.

Tips from the FBI Cyber Investigations Unit

Do not respond to unsolicited (spam) e-mail.

Be skeptical of individuals representing themselves as officials soliciting via e-mail for donations.

Do not click on links contained within an unsolicited e-mail.

Be cautious of e-mail claiming to contain pictures in attached files, as the files may contain viruses. Only open attachments from known senders.

To ensure contributions are received and used for intended purposes, make contributions directly to known organizations rather than relying on others to make the donation on your behalf.

Validate the legitimacy of the organization by directly accessing the recognized charity or aid organization’s website rather than following an alleged link to the site.

Attempt to verify the legitimacy of the non-profit status of the organization by using various Internet-based resources, which also may assist in confirming the actual existence of the organization.

Do not provide personal or financial information to anyone who solicits contributions: providing such information may compromise your identity and make you vulnerable to identity theft.

Where to report…

United States Processing ServiceLocal Level – I always tell people to start at their local level (i.e. State Police). Reason for this is that you can actually talk to a human being face-to-face, in a quick manner, to tell your story. If anything, psychologically, it will help.  For example, I had a friend that purchased a diamond ring on ebay for several thousand dollars and they received a “bolt”…  We contacted the State Police and believe it or not, the perpetrator was tracked down and charged; however, my friend ate the loss.

Internet Crime Complaint CenterInternet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – Their mission is to serve as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding the rapidly expanding arena of cyber crime.  IC3 is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).

United State Postal Inspection ServiceUnited States Postal Inspection Service – To file a complaint with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service if you suspect you are a victim of mail fraud.  If you have been victimized online, by fraudulent means, there may be instances where it could involve the actual mailing of money, checks, documents, etc… via “snail mail”.

Federal Trade CommissionFederal Trade Commission –   To file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission if you suspect you are a victim of fraud.

Bottomline

When it comes to computers and the internet;

“Believe Nothing and Verify Everything”

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Coming Soon: Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office

November 27, 2010

Many of you may have heard of a company called DocVerse that was acquired earlier this year by Google. With this acquisition, Google had a vision, that has become a reality, where people could experience the benefits of web-based collaboration using traditional Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint desktop applications. Since that acquisition, the DocVerse team has been moving the product to the Google infrastructure and has given it the name Google Cloud Connect.

Google Cloud Connect

What Google Cloud Connect has to offer is this:

  • People can continue to use the familiar Microsoft Office interface, while reaping many of the benefits of web-based collaboration that Google Docs users already enjoy.
  • Users of Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 can sync their Office documents to the Google cloud, without ever leaving Office. Once synced, documents are backed-up, given a unique URL, and can be accessed from anywhere (including mobile devices) at any time through Google Docs.
  • Once in the Google cloud, documents can be easily shared and even simultaneously edited by multiple people, from right within their Microsoft Office product.

Google Cloud Connect will be available to everyone for FREE. If you would like to be notified when it is released you can complete the Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office Notification Form [HERE] .

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Play Full-Featured Versions of your Favorite Solitaire Games Online for FREE

November 26, 2010

If you love playing solitaire, then I found the site for you called Just Solitaire.

Just Solitaire

The really cool part about Just Solitaire is that you do not have to install any software. Simply go to the Just Solitaire web site in your web browser and select from the 40 variations of solitaire that is available.

Just Solitaire Features:

  • More than 40 solitaire game variations to play.
  • Most games allow you to customize some rules, like the number of cards dealt from the stock and the number of times the stock is re-used.
  • Cards resize to fit your browser window.
  • Three ways to move cards: drag and drop, click to select and then again to place, double click to move to next available spot.
  • In addition to PCs and Macs, the solitaire games work on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android devices.
  • Game state and card positions remembered when you leave and then return to the game later.
  • Choose from different decks of cards, including a set made for phones and small screens, and one optimized for older versions of Internet Explorer.
  • Choose from different solitaire backgrounds.
  • Unlimited undo moves allowing you to try different ways to win your solitaire game.
  • Two methods of scoring to accumulate points over multiple games.
  • Autoplay mode turns over cards and deals from the stock automatically.
  • Completely free to play! No signup at all!
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    FREE Password Management Tips and Software

    November 25, 2010

    When it comes to making up and maintaining passwords, it is astonishing how complacent we can be… Everything that we access on the internet, that is on a personal and private level, requires an account username and password, (i.e. our internet service provider account, email, banking, purchasing, instant messaging, community sites, places of employment, etc.). The majority of us will use the same username and password for every account we access and will usually use one word (for the password) that is something that we hold close to ourselves (i.e. pet’s name, child’s name, nicknames, birthday, etc.) . Instead of using good password management practices, we end up using the same password for every account we setup or maintain and often never change that password. Another fact is that we will write the password(s) down on a scrap piece of paper; then we’ll stick it on the computer monitor, under a desk pad, in a desk drawer, etc… We innocently do these things, as a matter of convenience, so that we do not forget the password. I also know for fact that we, as humans, do not like change; even something as simple as changing a password.

    What are the risks of weak password(s) falling into the wrong hands?

    A person can access our accounts to impersonate us; steal our identity; monitor our activities; acquire personal information; sign our name to online service agreements and contracts; change our account information or profile, acquire credit card information, etc.  To put this into perspective, it is not uncommon for online web mail accounts (passwords) to be hijacked and you the victim become locked out the account.  You probably thinking, so what, my email account carries no value. Well it will when everyone in your address book starts receiving scam emails indicating that you are stranded in a foreign country and you need money; plus, you put each of those addresses, in your address book, at risk.

    What to do (some basic password management tips):

    • When possible, use a “Passphrase” instead of a “Password”. “Passphrases” are nonsensical sentences that are easily remembered. For example; by typing “My wife calls me donkey! Wonder why?” is harder to crack than using the password “donkey”; however, the problem we run into is that many services do not allot enough character space to type a full sentence or phrase. If you have to use a “Password”, use at least 7 characters, make it easy to remember, avoid dictionary words, avoid number sequences, and throw in an upper/lower case mix with some symbols (for example: Eye812!).  The longer the password, the better.

    You can test the strength of your passwords at Test Your Pas$word.

    test-your-password

    • Use good password management practices when protecting accounts that are very important.
    • Do not share your passwords with anyone. Treat passwords as if they are the keys to your house.
    • Do not use passwords that would be common to your profile as a person (i.e. birth date, dog’s or cat’s name, nickname)
    • Do not use passwords such as Admin, Administrator, 12345, password, etc…
    • Change the Password or PassPhrase on a regular basis. We have the tendency to not change our passwords for years.
    • Use Password Management software such as KeePass or S10 Password Vault to manage, store and automate username and password form entries.

    If you have any other password management tips you would like to share with the readers here, please comment below.

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    Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#87)

    November 24, 2010

    It’s Wednesday again and time for Geek Squeaks’. Here you will find the latest articles, as authored, by those you are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll. Top notch tech articles, by top notch tech people!

    Geek Squeaks'

    Malware Removal Instructions
    How to remove Scan Disk (Uninstall Instructions)

    Online Storage Reviews
    How to Select an Online Storage Package

    AKSGEEK Live
    Apple’s Find My iPhone/iPad/iPod touch Feature now Free

    PC Optimization Secrets
    How To Backup Windows 7 Using System Images

    Chicago Mac/PC Support
    iPads now helping food charity feed the hungry

    Netbook Freeware
    PhotoJoy: Turn Photos Into Amazing 3D Screensavers,
    Collages, Desktop Wallpaper and Photo Widgets

    I Love Free Software
    BExplorer: Add Tabs to Windows Explorer

    Worthy Tips
    Chit Chat for Facebook – A Powerful Chat Client for Facebook

    404 Tech Support
    I Called It – Netflix Announces Price Increase and Offers New Streaming-Only Plan

    I Want Ice Water
    Dream On

    TTC Shelbyville
    Security hole in Google?

    Carputers News and Computer Tips
    More GMail Tips and Tricks

    Snakebytez
    Registry Life : Advanced Registry Cleaner and Optimizer for Windows

    My Technology Guide
    Process Lasso 4 Free: Optimize Windows Process Priority For Stability

    Awesome Wallpapers
    Windows Se7en Wallpaper Set

    Bookmarks4Techs
    Featured Site – Windows News

    Canadian Tech Blogger
    New Windows 7+Windows Live Ad Leaves You Thinking

    Mrintech
    Doodle 4 Google India 2010 Winner: Akshay Raj

    thePC Security
    Safeguard Files, Folders on Computers –
    Password Protection Freeware Review

    Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
    Cyber Shopping on Black Friday?
    Six Tips From PandaLabs To Keep You Safe

    Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
    Archive your GMail, Live, Yahoo! or other eMail: MailStore Home 4

    Plato On-Line
    Skip Pat-Downs by Opting for Strip-Down

    RGdot
    kuView: The Lightweight Image Viewer

    Laptop Reviews Central
    PeeWee Debuts New Laptop for Kids

    Paul’s Home Computing Blog
    Internet Security: The Crimeware Explosion

    Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
    Windows Live Essentials 2011. Windows Live Writer

    TuneUp Blog about Windows
    Fully Automate Your PC with Task Scheduler (Part 1 of 2)

    Lifehacker
    The Most Helpful Ways to Use Google Voice that You’re Not Using

    Rarst.net
    iWisoft Free Video Converter

    Tech-for Everyone
    How To Out-savvy Your Child

    AskBillFirst
    Shopping Online Safely

    Gadgetsholic
    Sony Ericsson Anzu 4.3 inch tablet

    Faster PC! Clean! Clean!
    How to Remove XP Guard

    What’s On My PC
    Speed Up Your Internet Connection: 8 DIY Tips

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    A Neat Google Chrome Extension Called Neat Bookmarks

    November 22, 2010

    If you use Google Chrome and you are looking for another option to get to your browser bookmarks, then give Neat Bookmarks a try.

    After you install Neat Bookmarks a small blue button with a star will be displayed on the browser toolbar. Click on the button and your bookmarks will readily displayed in a tree like structure. Neat Bookmarks features a bookmark search and will remember the scroll position and the last folder you had opened. Those features alone, along with the simplicity of this extension, was what convinced me.

     

    Neat Bookmarks

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    A FREE Tool to Backup The Windows Registry in a Few Seconds

    November 21, 2010

    Built into the Windows Operating System is a central hierarchical database, called the Registry, that is the lifeblood of the operating system. Any corruption to that database can, and will, result in an operating system failure. The registry, dynamic in operation, stores the information that controls every aspect of your computer. Windows continually references, and writes to the registry, and is important in maintaining the overall health and integrity of the operating system (and your computer).

    What I am trying to say, to those who are trying to understand, the Registry is one of the most important aspects of Windows. As a result, it is as important to regularly backup the registry as it is to backup your personal files. Windows does maintain backups of the registry with its’ System Restore utility; however, from my experience I question its’ integrity.

    To backup the Windows Registry, I use a third party tool called Regbak – Registry Backup & Restore Tool. I typically run Regbak prior to any software I install on my computer or at least once a week. Regbak is a light-weight and simple to use utility that creates backups of the Registry files to a location of your choice. In the event the Registry on your computer becomes corrupted simply open the backup destination folder and run the restore utility called Regres. Typically, you would run the restore utility in such instances where your computer has become trashed as a result of a malware infection and/or as a result of a software install that went south.

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    A FREE and Simple Way to Bookmark Web Sites

    November 20, 2010

    The internet to me is like being on a treasure hunt where everyday there is a new treasure to be found.  As a computer and information technology blogger I use tools to dig up these treasures and store them for future use and reference. One such treasure, and tool, that I recently found is a bookmarking service called LinCut.

    LinCut

    I use LinCut, more or less as an utility, to quickly bookmark and grab any web sites that I come across that may contain information to be used for future articles on the blog. I know there are many, many other options out there for bookmarking, but LinCut I use as my harvesting tool due to the simplicity of the service.

    LinCut is FREE, allows storage of unlimited bookmarks, requires no registration, is a one click service, and is easy to use.

    If you want to give LinCut a try, visit the main site [HERE], and then drag (with your mouse) the LinCut Button to your browser’s bookmarks bar. Also, make note of the “Your LinCut Link”.  The “Your LinCut Link” is your own personal web address to get to your links. It is important to remember that link.

    Once you have the LinCut Button on your browser’s bookmarks bar you simply click on the button anytime you desire to bookmark a web site that you are visiting. A dialog box similar to below will appear confirming that LinCut captured the site information. Click on “Save” and your site will be bookmarked at your personal LinCut site.

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    Learn How to Use the Boss Button In Windows 7

    November 19, 2010

    When Windows 7 was in beta development I was following and trying to learn every tip that I possibly could learn; however, there was one tip that I completely forgot about (and I bet you may have to).

    If you have Windows 7 as your operating system on your computer, look at the taskbar (typically at the bottom of your screen) and on the far right side you will see a shaded rectangular block. That rectangular block is actually a button, called the Show Desktop button or what I call the Boss Button.

    Boss Button

    What purpose does the Show Desktop button (or Boss Button) serve?

    If you have a multitude of Windows open and you want to quickly minimize all of those windows to get to and see the desktop, simply click on the Show Desktop button. If you desire to return to where you were working and open the windows back up, simply click the Show Desktop button again.

    Why do I call it the Boss button?

    An example: If you are at work and playing solitaire (or whatever other thing you are not suppose to be doing on the computer) and the Boss is coming toward your office, simply click the Show Desktop button (or Boss button) and whatever you have on your screen will instantly disappear and minimize to the taskbar. When the boss leaves, click the Boss button again and continue playing solitaire.

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    Which Calculator Do You Like?

    November 18, 2010

    If you are in a pinch and need easy access to a calculator, did you know that there are quite a few calculators available on the internet that you can call up in your web browser? I recently went on the hunt for some of the web based calcuators and narrowed my selection to the four reflected below. You can visit these calculator sites by clicking on the links below. They are all fully functional and FREE. If there are any  that I have missed, let me know!

    Out of the four, which calculator do you like?

    eCalc

    eCalc

    Metacalc

    Metacalc

    Online-Calculator

    Online-Calculator

    web2.0calc

    web2.0calc

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    All About PC Optimization, Virus Removal And IT Support

    November 17, 2010

    I would like to welcome a new addition to the What’s On My PC blogroll, called PC Optimization Secrets.

    PC Optimization Secrets

    The site is maintained by Clifford the IT Guy who has over 10 years experience working in the IT sector, in areas such as systems administration, fixing computers, networking, and internet security.

    The site specializes in PC Optimization, Virus Removal and IT Support.

    Here is a sampling of some of articles featured at
    PC Optimization Secrets
    :

    How To Fine Tune Application Performance In Windows 7

    How To Disable Windows 7 Search Indexing Feature

    How To Recover Locked Up Apps In Windows 7

    Cyber Criminal Delivers Malware Via USB Devices

    How To Declutter Your Windows 7 By Moving Taskbar To The Side

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    Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#86)

    November 17, 2010

    Here we go again…  Another roundup of great tech articles and finds as posted by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll. If you want to learn about computers and information technology, I suggest you pay close attention to these sites.

    Geek Squeaks'

    Bookmarks4Techs
    Logitech Alert 750i Indoor Master – HD-quality Security System

    Canadian Tech Blogger
    Firefox 4 Beta 7 Released

    Mrintech
    Download ISO File, Create DVD & Activate Windows 7 Legally

    thePC Security
    Multiple Antivirus / Rescue Disks / USB in Single CD with Sardu

    Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
    Dell KACE Free Virtual Disk Utility

    Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
    RIP Goog-411

    Plato On-Line
    AOL’s Suspicious Email Game

    Faster PC! Clean! Clean
    How to Remove Fake Firefox Update
    Tricks Users into Downloading Badware

    RGdot
    Freeware P2Do Is A Simple To Do And Task List

    Awesome Wallpapers
    Misc. Wallpaper Set 25

    My Technology Guide
    VLC Media Player 1.1.5 Update Adds Live WebM Streaming, Game Music Emu, Channels.com Support

    TTC Shelbyville
    Run Your Apps from the Cloud

    404 Tech Support
    ListBean – Take The Tedious Out Of List Making

    I Want Ice Water
    The Origins of Man

    Techolar
    Find details about strangers who email you

    I Love Free Software
    SkyFex: Remote Desktop Access over Web

    Netbook Freeware
    Roadkil’s Unstoppable Copier: File Recovery Software For Netbooks

    Worthy Tips
    Hanvon E-Reader Now With Color Support

    AKSGEEK Live
    Sony Vaio Y Series Shrink to 11.6 inches

    Online Storage Reviews
    Average Cost of Online Storage Services

    Malware Removal Instructions
    How to remove Ultra Defragger (Uninstall Guide)

    Chicago Mac/PC Support
    How to Request a Refund on any iPhone App

    Laptop Reviews Central
    A Look at Lenovo’s IdeaPad U260

    Paul’s Home Computing Blog
    In The News: Spam cut by 47% between August and October

    Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
    Windows Live Essentials 2011. Live Movie Maker

    TuneUp Blog about Windows
    Windows 7 SP1 Release Candidate Is Out

    Lifehacker
    Why You Shouldn’t Switch Your Email to Facebook

    Rarst.net
    Klok – simple project hours tracking

    Tech-for Everyone
    Online Job Hunting

    AskBillFirst
    Chrome is up in the air, in the clouds, literally

    Gadgetsholic
    iGo iGo Pico Projector Shipped

    What’s On My PC
    Upload Files to VirusTotal Directly from Windows Explorer

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    Listen to Local Radio Stations on the Internet

    November 15, 2010

    There are numerous music and radio resources on the internet; however, few offer the ability to readily locate and provide radio or music stations that may be local to your region.

    Radiotime changes all of that.  RadioTime is an online internet service that provides a complete radio and music experience. RadioTime provides option not only for internet radio, but option to find and locate radio stations that may be local to your region. I was quite impressed that many of the stations, that I typically listen to in my car, was easily found using RadioTime.

    RadioTime

    The radio guide includes all stations you hear on your car radio as well as Internet radio. Listeners can access their favorites through their PC and other connected devices including cell phones and home entertainment centers.

    We offer free no-hassle registration so listeners can customize their radio experience for faster access each time they visit. Listeners can skip registration and enjoy all of the same benefits of listening to radio. They’ll just have to find their favorites on every visit.

    No software installation is required to run RadioTime. Simply visit the RadioTime web site [ HERE ], select your radio or music preference, and click on listen. A window will open and your selection will begin playing. You can then minimize the window to your taskbar to continue listening to the music (or radio station) and to continue browsing the internet.  It does not get any simpler than this… As a matter of fact, the setup provided by RadioTime is the easiest internet radio site I have experienced.

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