Featured Tech Site: The Online Mom

Today at “What’s On My PC” I want to share a tech site with you that exclusively assists parents with keeping up with all the technology that is now second nature to their kids… It is called “The Online Mom”. I have added “The Online Mom” to “What’s On My PC” collection of tech bookmarks.

Click on the tab, at the top of the blog, labeled “Bookmarks4Techs“. There you will find a collection of over 900 tech sites.

About “The Online Mom”:

Today’s children are exposed to a dizzying array of technology platforms and services that present endless possibilities…and more than a few problems. How do parents keep up with all the technology that is now second nature to their kids? How can parents make informed decisions about how their kids spend their time online and which tech devices and internet sites are appropriate? How can parents give their kids guidelines that should apply both inside and outside the home? Above all, how can parents keep their kids safe – protecting them from online dangers, whether it’s cyber-bullying, online predators, pornography or ID theft?

Founded by parents with extensive technology backgrounds, The Online Mom is an organization and web site devoted to providing the knowledge, the advice, and the tools that will help all parents protect their kids and encourage responsible behavior as they make the most of the new digital world.

Whether it’s understanding social networking, photo sharing, texting,YouTube or just finding the right video games, The Online Mom has the explanations, the advice and the recommendations you have been looking for.

SOURCE: The Online Mom

ADDED – Windowsreport.com To Bookmarks4Techs

Added the website, Windowsreport.com to Bookmarks4Techs.  According to their About page:

WindowsReport.com is an independent online publication founded in the Fall of 2012 that covers Microsoft’s Windows platform along with its many related products and services, all in the aim of contextualizing the wider implications of their development in the world of technology.

Since its founding, WindowsReport.com has grown to become one of the most important websites when it comes to Windows coverage, with millions of Windows enthusiasts relying on WindowsReport.com’s team of experienced tech journalists, editors, community managers, and more for the freshest news, reviews, features, and product recommendations.

Bookmarks4Techs is a compilation of websites that I have bookmarked over the years. If you run a tech site or know of a tech site that is not on the list, go to the Bookmarks4Techs page and complete the easy to fill out form.


The 20 best smartphones in the world – If you are looking to purchase a smartphone, this article may give you some insight. Most of the phones reflected are high end phones… READ MORE

The Galaxy S8 was a clear contender for the top spot, and the G6 finally let me place an LG phone within the top 10. To be clear, the top 10 smartphones in this list come very close to each other in terms of performance, design, and features, and you’d easily be happy with our number 10 pick as you would with our number one pick. It all comes down to your personal preference over design and features.

If you see this hook in a toilet, LEAVE and report it – What we’re talking about are innocent looking clothing or coat hooks. However, if you take a closer look, you’ll see there is a tiny hidden camera built-in that peepers are using to watch people undress. Here’s an example of what one of these “spy hooks” looks like…  READ MORE

How Dish Network could shake up your wireless service – The way your service looks in coming years could rest in the hands of a satellite TV provider. Seriously… READ MORE

#1 Best Seller Desktop Computer (at Amazon)Acer Aspire Desktop, 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7400, 8GB DDR4, 2TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, TC-780-AMZKi5… READ MORE

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GEGeek – My “Go To” Computer Information Technology Resource (and Toolkit)

If you have a passion for computer information technology and need a “go to” resource, I strongly encourage you to visit (and bookmark), GEGeek.com … I found this site approximately 4 years ago, met the original developer, and ended up including it as an extension of my blog. I have a real passion for technology; and, when I found this site, I knew I had hit the jackpot.

If you notice, at the top of the blog, you will find a tab labeled GEGeek that will redirect you to the the GEGeek site. The current developer (Jason) continues to make this site, in my opinion, one of the best “go to” sites on the internet for resources relating to computer information technology.  If I was a new tech, I would be digging into this site to expand my knowledge, due to the fact that the developers have extensive backgrounds of many years as techs. If you are a home-based computer user, definitely bookmark this site as a resource to troubleshoot any future problems you will encounter.

A gem at GEGeek.com is their continued development and compilation of their portable Tech Toolkit. A minimum $15 donation is required to get access to the toolkit. I am personally subscribed and I can tell you, I have never seen anything like this when it comes to tech toolkits.  As a matter of fact, you are not getting a toolkit, you are getting the whole garage with every tech tool imaginable inside…  Enjoy!!! 

Source: GEGeek.com


AnandTech serves the needs of readers looking for reviews on PC components, smartphones, tablets, pre-built desktops, notebooks, Macs and enterprise/cloud computing technologies. AnandTech is the largest independent technology website doing all of this with over 12 million unique readers per month. If you are into TECH; then, you know about AnandTech. Below is a sampling of reviews and articles found on their site.


The Google Nexus 9 Review

Imagination Creator CI20 Now Shipping With Spec Bump & Kodi Support

ARM Announces Cortex-A72, CCI-500, and Mali-T880

Intel Launches SSD DC S3610 & S3710 Enterprise SSDs

Razer Updates The Razer Blade With More RAM and GTX 970M

Nokia Lumia 735 Review

Verizon Galaxy S5 Receiving Lollipop Update

Raspberry Pi 2 Available: ARMv7 and Windows 10


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The Windows Club is one of my favorite sites that primarily addresses and covers information that targets the most recent versions of the Windows operating system. I think what makes me keep coming back is the uniqueness in the information and software that is presented (that you often do not find anywhere else).

To get you started on using the The Windows Club web site, below you will find some recent postings.

The Windows Club

Sun, 18 Jan 2015 1:06:14 EST
Microsoft today released an updated holiday list for Outlook 2010.As reported in official Microsoft blog, some holidays are listed incorrectly in the Microsoft Outlook Holiday file including the… 

Sun, 18 Jan 2015 1:01:38 EST
The popular Google AdSense program that supplies advertisement to most websites has become the latest victim of malware abuse. It has been reported that serious malvertising attacks were delivered on… 

Sat, 17 Jan 2015 10:09:11 EST
In this post we will see how to disable Send To OneNote from startup in Windows 8 and how to remove the Send To OneNote context menu entry in Internet Explorer. While OneNote is a very popular… 

Sat, 17 Jan 2015 10:02:35 EST
Good news for Skype users, as Skype announced today, the new version of Skype – Skype 4.0.  This is a pleasant announcement especially for those who love to make group video calls in order to… 

Sat, 17 Jan 2015 9:30:28 EST
Google Project Zero team has once again disclosed the two unpatched Windows vulnerabilities in CryptProtectMemory memory-encrypting function found within Windows 7 and 8.1. Microsoft, on the other… 

Sat, 17 Jan 2015 8:39:44 EST
PortExpert is a free  application that can give very useful information about all TCP, UDP communications connected to the system and is hence useful to identify potential threats. These days we are… 

Fri, 16 Jan 2015 13:24:03 EST
If you were looking to buy Xbox one, this is the right time to purchase. Microsoft has announced a rate cut for  Xbox One from $400 to $349 in the US effective, Friday, 16th January.  The price cut… 

Fri, 16 Jan 2015 13:22:16 EST
The chain started with Lumia Amber, followed by Lumia Black and Lumia Cyan, and now, it’s time to welcome Lumia Denim. Microsoft’s latest Lumia Denim update has started rolling out to a certain range… 

Fri, 16 Jan 2015 13:20:52 EST
We all now what stress is and recently there has been a lot of debate about social media being a source of stress. Many have attributed social media a contributing factor of stress in their life…. 

Fri, 16 Jan 2015 11:59:00 EST
Registry Trash Keys Finder or TrashReg is a registry cleaner with a difference. It will remove even the trash, obsolete and useless registry keys left behind by trial software on a Windows computer… 


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Featured Tech Site – TechSpot

TechSpot is a leading seasoned technology publication that has been around since 1998 that is read daily by thousands of tech enthusiasts, computer power users and IT decision makers, TechSpot is home to over 5 million readers every month and is one of my “go to” tech sites to get breaking news.

TechSpot’s daily news coverage is complemented by comprehensive product reviews, guides, and long form features, software recommendations, and a massive tech product database.



Tue, 9 Dec 2014 15:30:00 EST

It seems like just yesterday that we were saying goodbye to 2013 but alas, 2014 is almost in the record books. To celebrate the occasion, YouTube has once again compiled the stars of its top videos to create a unique look back at the year that was 2014.

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 14:30:00 EST

Borrowing a page from eBay’s playbook, Amazon has announced a new feature called Make an Offer that essentially lets buyers haggle with third-party marketplace sellers. Here’s how it works.

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 13:30:00 EST

In an interesting turn of events, a federal judge has decided that the Apple iPod lawsuit that went to trial last week, should continue even after that last remaining plaintiff was disqualified. The lawsuit, which alleges that the company violated federal antitrust laws as well as California’s unfair competition law, covers iPods…

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 12:30:00 EST

Xbox One received native Matroska Multimedia Container (MKV) file support earlier this year and now, Microsoft has extended support to its current operating system. As of writing, those running Windows 8.1 can play MKV files without having to download a third-party media player.

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 11:00:00 EST

Just a few days after Uber launched its service in Portland, Oregon, the city has filed a lawsuit against the ride-sharing startup for operating without required permits, and has also issued the company a cease and desist order.

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 10:00:00 EST

A couple of months after researchers at Google uncovered POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption), a vulnerability in a specific version of the SSL protocol, security firm Qualys has announced that the issue also affects implementations of the TLS protocol.

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 9:00:00 EST

The hackers responsible for crippling Sony’s computer systems a couple of weeks ago have a new message for their ailing victim. In a notice posted to Github, the group that calls itself the Guardians of the Peace (GOP) demands Sony immediately stop showing the “movie of terrorism.” …

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 8:00:00 EST

Nearly a month after US President Barack Obama publicly came out in support of net neutrality, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has argued in favor of creating a two-tier Internet, where the “fast lane” would be for special, high-priority online services, while the other lane would resemble the Internet we know…

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 7:00:00 EST

Sony’s limited edition retro-themed PlayStation 4 went up for pre-order over the weekend. Considering the company only made 12,300 of these numbered collectors’ items, it should come as little surprise that there were far more buyers than Sony had inventory to cover.

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Tue, 9 Dec 2014 6:00:00 EST

Older CPUs would simply fail if they started to overheat, but modern CPUs adjust their frequency based on temperature (among other things) to prevent a dramatic failure. Because of this, it stands to reason that once you reach certain temps, you will no longer be getting the maximum performance from…

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Featured Tech Site – Ask A Tech Teacher

Ask a Tech Teacher is a group of technology teachers who provide free materials, advice, lesson plans, pedagogic conversation, website reviews, and more to all who drop by our blog. The free newsletters and website articles help thousands of teachers, homeschoolers, and those serious about finding the best way to maneuver the minefields of technology in education.

There are blogs and then there are GREAT blogs. I have been a follower of Ask a Tech Teacher for as long as I can remember. Don’t let this site fool you. Adults or Kids, this site has something for everyone; AND, I will guarantee you that you will leave the site learning something new. Probably one of the most professional tech blogs out there where the author is dedicated to her craft.

Below is a sampling of recent articles…

Ask a Tech Teacher

Thu, 20 Nov 2014 4:17:43 EST
As a tech teacher, I see a lot of student websites. I’m always impressed with the effort, the tenacity, and often the skill, but most require ‘some additional work’ to be published. And then I got an email from Stephen Byrne. In his quest to better learn history, he blended it with his love of …Continue reading »

Wed, 19 Nov 2014 4:53:30 EST
I don’t hear a lot of buzz about 3DTin, but I should. It’s a well-kept secret your 5th grade and up will love. Age: 3rd-8th Topic: modeling, programming Address: 3DTin Review: Google’s 3DTin is 3D modeling in a browser. It goes out of its way to be user-friendly. It requires no installation as long as … Continue reading »

Tue, 18 Nov 2014 4:29:19 EST
Here are ideas of apps and websites that teachers in my PLN used successfully in the past during Hour of Code: Kindergarten Start kindergartners with problem solving. If they love Legos, they’ll love coding BotLogic–great for Kindergarten and youngers Code–learn to code, for students Daisy the Dinosaur—intro to programming via iPad How to train your … Continue reading »

Mon, 17 Nov 2014 4:42:30 EST
December 8-14, Computer Science Education will host the Hour Of Code–a one hour introduction to students on coding, programming, and why they should love it, designed to demystify “code” and show that anyone can learn the basics to be a maker, a creator, and an innovator. They provide a variety of self-guided tutorials that say … Continue reading »

Sun, 16 Nov 2014 4:31:31 EST
The 2014 Edublog Awards is a community based initiative started in 2004 in response to concerns relating to how schools, districts and educational institutions were blocking access to educational blog sites. The purpose of the Edublog awards is promote and demonstrate the educational values of these. Once a year, about this time of year, we … Continue reading »

Fri, 14 Nov 2014 4:06:52 EST
These cover elementary school through high school (sites like Open Library and Gutenberg Press where students can get free copies of books they need for class): Read Stories Aesop Fables—no ads Aesop’s Fables Audio stories Childhood Stories Classic Fairy Tales Edutainment games and stories Fables—Aesop—nicely done Fables–beautiful Fairy Tales and Fables Project Gutenberg Interactive storybook … Continue reading »

Wed, 12 Nov 2014 4:18:40 EST
Here’s an authentic use of technology to support discussion on math, language standards, and the holidays. As a summation to your discussion with students on symbols, idiomatic expressions, geography, farms, or another topic, post this on your Smartscreen. The poll includes lots of definitions for the word ‘turkey’–from objective to idiomatic. Have each student come … Continue reading »


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