Be Sure To Visit My Sister Site – Bookmarks4Techs

November 5, 2011

If you are regular visitor to What’s On My PC, you surely have noticed that I have links posted to my sister site – Bookmarks4Techs.

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Bookmark4Techs started out as a personal project of mine as a result of managing my personal blog – What’s On My PC.  When searching for content for my blog, I found myself constantly trolling the internet in search of the latest and the greatest in computers, software, and information technology.

I found, for the matter of convenience, that if I listed the sites I regularly visited on a web page, I could troll the internet at a much faster rate (especially with today’s tabbed browsers). It was after a certain point of collecting numerous tech related websites that I realized that this collection may be of use and interest to others.  I love visiting other tech blogs (and sites) and I am constantly adding to this collection.  It is amazing how good theses sites and blogs really are.

Bookmarks4Techs is not just for techs; it is for everyone. As a matter of fact it is a great conduit to Amazon.com where I am currently serving as an affiliate. For example, if you click on the computer and accessories tab you will be redirected directly to Amazon’s site on Computer Accessories. It all has been an experiment of sorts to test out the affiliate experience (to see if it really works) and at the same time give people a launching point to other technology sites. You will find the sidebars loaded with RSS feeds to some of the best tech sites out there; plus, if you click on the Bookmarks4Techs tab you will be taken to my collection of tech sites (currently over 600 sites and growing).

Also, in an effort to draw people to Bookmarks4Techs I am constantly trolling for tech bargains and new technologies that have surfaced on the market and any other tech related products that may be of interest to you. I especially use Amazon.com, TigerDirect, Circuit City, NewEgg, and CompUSA to locate products of interest.

I ask that you “pass the word”…
Bookmark and blogroll Bookmarks4Techs
 
so that it may grow in popularity.

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Bookmarks4Techs – A Worldwide Online Resource for Tech Sites

June 21, 2011

During the past several years I have been bookmarking and collecting tech sites.  Approximately a year ago I posted second site on the internet called Bookmarks4Techs to make this collection of tech sites available to everyone in the world.

Recently I have been working toward adding more sites and now have posted a total of 565 sites.  I still have many more sites to add to this collection.  Once I get caught up I will do a cleanup of any dead links and get a final count.  I encourage you to pay the site a visit [ HERE ] .

Bookmarks4techs

Bookmarks4Techs is the largest repository of listed tech sites currently available on the internet. If you have the desire to learn about computers and information technology, then Bookmarks4Techs is your place to start!

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Launch Pad – A Gigantic Collection of Over 350 Tech Sites

January 31, 2010

If you are into computers and information technology, then you need to visit the

What’s On My PC
Launch Pad
Click the “Launch Pad” to
see  my collection of links
to over 350
Tech Sites and Blogs

The Launch Pad is a growing collection of links to over 350 tech sites and blogs.  I have been collecting Tech site links ever since I started blogging. If you do not see your tech site or blog on the  Launch Pad, please let me know and I will be glad to add it.

The most recent additions to the Launch Pad are:

WebTechPoint
Gadget Planet
BNET
Mark’s Blog
Spywarevoid
Tricks-Collections.com
FreeTechJournal
Soft Sailor
Computer Repair Help
Infrequent Geek
Techtree
FreeFunFiles
Canadian Tech Blogger
Instant Fundas
ReadWriteWeb
Chicago Mac/PC Support
SwatSpam
ShoutMeloud
Beep The Geek
WebWorkerDaily
OStatic
Million Clues
Raymond.cc
Browserland
Otak Komputer
My Tech Quest
The Windows Club
Windows 7 Forums
Within Windows
The Windows 7 Blog
Techlicious
Ask Dave Taylor!
Sync
Geeks to Go!
Technically Inspired
GeekSugar
Google Tutor
AccessTech News
Techtites
Computer Tips and Tricks
Crenk
The Unofficial Web Application List
iTechWorld
TechBlizz
PCSafety.us

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Computer Shopper – Blogs We Like

December 26, 2009

As many of you have known, I recently have been in process of moving from one residence to another.  As a result, I had to stop blogging for a short period of time, in order to make this transition.  To let you all know, the transition has went quite well, my back has held up AND most importantly my computer system is back up and purring along.  We still have to complete some final touches; but, we are almost there and very happy with everything.  I can tell this move was meant to be and hopefully will be my last! I am looking forward to my return to the blog and posting on a regular basis; and, most importantly reading the articles posted by the authors that are a part of the What’s On My PC blogroll.

image Much to my surprise when I returned to my blog, on Christmas day, I was contacted by the editor in chief of the Computer Shopper and learned that What’s On My PC… had been singled out, along with (5)-five other tech blogs (see below), as a “Blog We Like” for the month of December! Wow, what a great Christmas present and incentive to keep blogging.  You can see the full review [ here ].

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The Computer Shopper has been around for years (established in 1980) and is recognized nationally (and worldwide) for their advice and consumer reviews of computer and technology products.  I have always been a long time advocate of the Computer Shopper and use it on a regular basis for buying advice and most importantly to keep on top of what is new in the world of computers and technology.  To the editor in chief of Computer Shopper, I personally Thank You…

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The (5)-five other tech blogs featured in the December’s roundup of the Computer Shoppers – Blogs We Like were:

Tune Up Blog

Techlicious

Tech-for Everyone

Ask Leo

Ask Dave Taylor

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New Tech Sites Added to Launch Pad

July 10, 2009

The following sites have been added to the “Launch Pad” on the sidebar of the blog.  I encourage you to visit (click on) the “Launch Pad” to preview my collection of links to over 200 of the top tech blogs and sites on the internet.

LaunchPad

Pricelessware

TechRadar

BearWare

Techsense

Geeks Are Sexy

Ars Technica

Best Freeware Blog

Chrome Story

CrunchGear

Daddy, Fix it!

Into Windows

OnTheApp

Security Software Review

SimpleHelp.net

Software Listings

TechEBlog

TechFancy

Tech-Know Kishan

Techmartini

TechZonez

Computer Hope

Zmogo

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#17)

July 1, 2009

I cannot believe that when I started this weekly listing, 17 weeks ago, that it would become such a popular piece on the blog. If you do not know what “Geek Squeaks” are (???); they are articles I randomly select, on a weekly basis, that are created by the authors from the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community. The community is a mixed array of professionals and everyday computer users that provide (what I consider) better than commercial grade information.  Enjoy!

Geek Squeaks

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
FireFox 3.5 Released Today

Tech-for Everyone
How To Make A Copy Of Your Favorites List

Sugarloaf Tech
Windows 7 Upgrade Promotion

Technize.com
Which Version Of DotNet Framework
Is Installed On Your System?

The Spyware Biz Blog
Microsoft introduces Morro

Snakebytez
Automated cleanup tool
to remove the .NET Framework
1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5

Techsense
Format A HDD With Notepad

Rarst.net
OpenOffice.org (plus portable)

Teck~Line
Facebook Is Going To Announce
Their Privacy Changes Tomorrow

Plato On-Line
Ugliest Dog ‘Champion’

TTC Shelbyville
Find Your Internal and External IP address

Piyada’s World
How to Password Protect USB Flash Drive?

Tux In The Midwest
My netbook aspirations – HP Mini 5101

Lifehacker
Use Your Car Alarm as a
Home Security Panic Button

AKS-Feel The Change!
Windows Startup Methods

Is You GEEKed UP
Find Your Lost Pre With GPS Tracking

AllThatsNew
Michael Jackson Searches Explodes On Google

Free PC Security
Microsoft Security Essentials – Beta

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove USAntispy

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Celebrity malware

AskBillFirst
AskBillFirst Newsletter #11

Crazy World of G
Windows Directory Printer

Carol’s Vault
Merriam Webster Visual Dictionary Online

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The Internet’s Largest Tech Blogroll (?)

May 16, 2009

When I entered the world of blogging I soon learned that getting your blog name (link) posted on another person’s “blog roll” is an honor and nice gesture. A blogroll is a list of recommended blogs (sites) usually posted on the sidebar of a blog. In my case, here at “What’s On My PC…” , the blogroll is located on the right side of the blog.

Above the blogroll you will notice, what I call, the “Launch Pad” .  The Launch Pad is a launching point to over 150 tech blogs and sites that I visit on a regular basis.  I figured this was an excellent way to share tech sites and make it easy for you to visit those sites.  In a sense it is a blogroll on steroids…

LaunchPad( click here )

Since the inception of the Launch Pad I have been on a mission to visit and collect quality tech related blogs (and sites). Today I am adding an additional (37) blogs to the Launch Pad (see below), bringing the Launch Pad total to 182 sites. This could possibly be the largest “Tech Blogroll” out there…

When you visit the Launch Pad you will notice that some blog and site names are larger than others. Those are blogs that have committed to link exchanges with “What’s On My PC…”.  If you would like to commit to a link exchange, please leave a comment below and I will contact you.

New Additions to the “Launch Pad”

Geeky Tips
TechChee
Help Desk Geek
SuperSite for Windows
Bigblackbear’s Weblog
ZePy
Cnet – The Download Blog
TheFreeWindows
Esoft Web ID
Softonic
The JFB Page
Chrome Story
PCMech
e-Techcheck
Mark’s Technology News
Geeks Are Sexy
Turn Around
Technize.com
techdreams
404 Tech Support
Teck-Line
AKS – Feel The Change
Dedicated 2-Viruses
UK Tech Support
Freeware Download List
Smashing Apps
The Abbey Rose
PCWizKid
TechDirt
Technologizer
World of Vampire
Tech and Life
Freeware Elite’s Blog
Cloud Apps
Great Skills
Hokinabru Tech

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