New Google Maps version of EARTH ALERTS

How would you like to monitor, in near real-time, natural events (such as hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, cyclones) that occur here on mother earth? You can with the Google Maps version of Earth Alerts. Before I go further, I must give credit where credit is due. The Google Maps version of Earth Alerts is actually... Continue Reading →

FREE Wallpaper and Puzzles at National Geographic

National Geographic, the official journal of the National Geographic Society, has been publishing the journal (or magazine) since 1888.  I can remember in my childhood browsing through my Grandfather’s National Geographic collection and being in awe over the articles; and, especially the photography.  If any of you are familiar with National Geographic, you know exactly... Continue Reading →

Learn about Google Wave

The primary reason I write a blog is to inform the everyday computer user.  Just today I had an “everyday computer user” ask me, “What is Google Wave?”.  Well, I was like, uh, hmmmm!, let me get back to you…  I needed to do my homework on Google Wave. To the everyday computer user, they... Continue Reading →

Search the Internet better with fefoo…

Fefoo is a search application that changes the way we use search engines. Fefoo is an application that is engineered to work with multiple search engines to make your searches more effective and better. FeFoo is designed to search by categories; thus, making your search more refined from the time you start searching. As a... Continue Reading →

The NEW Google Chrome Operating System

A What’s On My PC… Web Clip! [SOURCE: ] Introducing the Google Chrome OS 7/07/2009 09:37:00 PM It's been an exciting nine months since we launched the Google Chrome browser. Already, over 30 million people use it regularly. We designed Google Chrome for people who live on the web --searching for information, checking email,... Continue Reading →

Pimp Your Profile with Photofunia

My friends over at recently posted an article (see web clip below) about a cloud application, called Photofunia, that I had not yet experienced. What caught my eye in the article, was a pic of a baby. It’s not everyday you see a a baby on a tech blog, unless it is about the... Continue Reading →

Playing Solitaire in the Clouds…

As long as there has been Microsoft Windows, there has been the card game Solitaire. I always heard that Microsoft provided the game of Solitaire (aka: Klondike) with the operating system, not only a means to provide entertainment, but also as a means to teach people how to use the mouse. If you are Solitaire... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#10)

Another great round of superbly written and presented articles, by the friends of “What’s On My PC…”, from the past week. I encourage my readers to visit these tech blogs to learn more about information technology, software, tips and tricks, how to’s, and information about the latest security threats. If you are a tech blogger... Continue Reading →

Prism – Bringing Cloud Apps To Your Desktop

I recently posted an article which provided (3)-three options available, geared toward cloud apps, that will allow you to split web applications out of the browser. The article “Turn your cloud apps into desktop apps with SSB” explored the emerging technology of site specific browsers which allows you take an online site (or cloud app)... Continue Reading →

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