A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks‘:
- A very cool and easy way to keep your data secure and safe on your USB Flash Drive (or computer);
- I love weather apps and I truly think I found the mother of all weather apps that is not only beautiful, but very practical;
- Curiosity the Mars Rover has been on Mars for a year. I encourage you to watch this video, 12 Months In Twelve Minutes; Curiosity’s First Year On Mars; AND,
- The Google Chromebook has caught my eye and is a good example of what direction computing is heading !
Plan on seeing a lot more of Geek Squeaks’, featuring a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, you name it; from my favorite tech web sites… I just plain love tech!
It is very easy to encrypt your files and folders using a free program and to keep your data secure and safe on USB Pen Drive. You can also open this on any computer running Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 and you don’t even have to install anything on the computer… READ MORE
- A rich, interactive map with the current conditions from thousands of locations worldwide.
- Incredibly smooth radar playback for the last two hours – or any period in the last five years. US only, extended playback is subscription only
- Pan and zoom through a graphical forecast, seamlessly transitioning to averages and historical data.
- Compare the weather across locations for any time period.
- Multiple forecasts shown in seventeen graphs – get precisely the data you want.
Here is a rover’s eye view of driving, scooping and drilling during Curiosity’s first year on Mars, August 2012 through July 2013.
The Chromebook is a new computer from Google that’s simple, lightweight and easy to use. Starts in seconds, backs-up your stuff in the cloud and keeps it safe with built-in virus protection. It’s the ideal device for getting stuff done everywhere you go… READ MORE