Monthly Archives: August 2006

Google Apps for Your Domain

Google Apps for Your Domain is a new free service from Google that includes Gmail (with your own domain name) with 2 gigabytes of storage, Google Calendar, Google Talk and Page Creator. I’ve just signed up for this service to

Posted in Admin, Email, Network, Technology

What the Terrorists Want

Bruce Schneier has an excellent article on What the Terrorists Want and how we should be fighting them. I’d like everyone to take a deep breath and listen for a minute. The point of terrorism is to cause terror, sometimes

Posted in Life, Links, Security

Amazon Astore

Amazon’s new Astore allows you to create your own Online Store. It’s new Associates product, very easy to setup, allows you to create your store in few minutes by choosing any products that Amazon has to offer. You can link

Posted in Blogging, Links, Technology

10 Ways to Exercise the mind

Allen suggests that mind is like a muscle and weakens if you don’t exercise it regularly. He offers very simple 10 ways to exercise our mind. Regularly solve puzzles Play a musical instrument Paint, sketch or draw. Learn a new

Posted in HowTo, Life, Links

The Desktop in your browser

Desktoptwo is a Flash-based desktop suite. It’s got beautiful interface and has most of the basic application for daily use pre-installed. It comes with 1GB of free storage (you can buy more). It has email program, IM application, MP3 player,

Posted in Network, Technology

Test your Internet Speed

SPEEDTEST.NET is a very interesting online tool that allows you to test your Internet Connection Speed, both download and upload. You can choose to test your Internet speed against servers located in different cities in US, Europe or Australia.

Posted in Links, Network, Technology

Nuclear war starting in 10 days?

This is what a Russian News Pravda is reporting. Our world is on the brink of another world war. It will originate August 22nd in the Middle East. The prediction was presented not by Vagna or Nostradamus but by an

Posted in Life, Random

Live-Share — Online file hosting and sharing service

Live-Share is a simple, fast and free file hosting and sharing service. I just got registered, it works well with firefox (doesn’t work with safari). Anonymous users are given 300MB and registered users get 500MB of free storage. It’s really

Posted in Links, Network, Technology

Multifunctional Broadrange Wireless Router (ASUS WL-700gE)

This Multifunctional Broadrange Wireless Router from AUSUS is amazing. It’s a perfect one box solution for your Home Wireless Network, Internet Connection and Digital Media Storage. All this in a small box: Wireless Router. Storage Server with Raid-1 (mirroring) capability.

Posted in Links, Network, Technology

Firewall Analyzer

Firewalls have become an integral part of all corporate networks. They’re the first line of defense against attacks from outside network (Internet) and also the point of control to make sure internal users (employees) are using the Internet as they’re

Posted in Admin, HowTo, Linux/Unix, Network, Reviews, Security, Technology

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