I publish Interesting Internet Finds monthly in the Boca Raton Computer Society’s Boca Bits monthly newsletter, and share them through APCUG‘s PUSH program with other computer/technology user group newsletter editors.
Each month, I find many more things than I can use, so have decided to start publishing some of those that were not used for the newsletter on this blog most Fridays.
I do not go into much depth about each one, I just put them out there for you to check out yourself.
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Titles, Links, Short Description
Why Windows Uses Backslashes and Everything Else Uses Forward Slashes
I had not thought about this before, but HTG give a great explanation of this. If you use Windows and wondered about this, you should check out this post.
Going Paperless: Automating Repetitive Stuff about Meetings
If you use Evernote and attend a lot of meetings, you should check this post out.
How To Open Strange File Types In Windows
Do you occasionally get files with a strange extension? If so, this post is something you should read and save.
Five Powerful Google Earth Features You Didn’t Know About
I don’t use Google Earth a lot, but these features just might change that. Check them out, and let GroovyPost, and me, know what you think about them.
5 Websites To Check If An Email Address Is Valid
Every once in a while, you might want to check an email address to see if it is still valid. If you do need to check, this post will be helpful.
I have not necessarily checked each link or process out, but if listed I have used the site enough to trust them.
That said, please let me know if something doesn’t work correctly, or the listed site has incorrect information.
Were any of these helpful for you?
Have you had any personal experience, good or bad, with anything related to the above links?