Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#48)

The hits keep on coming…  Geek Squeaks’ are weekly marvels of articles crafted by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll. If  you have an interest in computers and information technology, I suggest that you bookmark these sites and make them part of your daily reading. TTC Shelbyville Test Drive Windows 7 Online... Continue Reading →

Once It Is Out There, It Is Out There

I was thinking about the time I first accessed the internet, up to the present, AND was questioning myself; “What have I put out there?” Now, I am talking about anything and everything from emails, web accounts, web mail, online purchasing, online chatting, files, credit card numbers, etc… Actually, I try to be very careful... Continue Reading →

Are wireless keyboards secure?

I was sitting here typing on my wireless keyboard wondering what I could write about and explore next; when, low and behold it hit me.  Are wireless keyboards secure? In other words, could another person intercept my keystrokes as I typed from my wireless keyboard?  If this is possible, this is not good.  In my... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#7)

As always, this weeks' roundup of articles by those on my blogroll (aka: Launch Pad) are absolutely remarkable.  Please note that I created a category on the blog, titled “Geek Squeaks". You can easily preview past articles written by these authors by clicking on that category. The category listings are located on the sidebar of... Continue Reading →

Getting rid of your mobile phone? Be careful; do not give your identity away!

Without purging the data in your mobile phone when you throw it away, recycle it, or transfer it, could cost you.  Today’s phones are comparable to mini-computers in their ability to store personal and often private information (e.g. text messages, voice notes, email, personal contacts, phone numbers, notes, reminders, addresses, photos, videos, etc…).  This information... Continue Reading →

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