Interesting Internet Finds – WE June 19, 2015

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.

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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. Check them out for yourself and let me know what you think.

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Titles, Links, Short Description of Finds

How to Avoid Snooping on Hotel Wi-Fi and Other Public Networks
HowToGeek tells you how to keep safe from snooping on public networks.

5 Legal Issues No Photographer Can Afford to Ignore
I know a lot of technology users consider themselves photographers, so I thought this MakeUseOf post will be helpful.

How to Download Older Versions of Software for Any Operating System
There have been times that a new version of software breaks the way it used to work for you. If that becomes the case, you can check out options in this post from maketecheasier to go back to the version that worked for you.

What You Should Know About The Win10 Launch
This is the Windows Secrets free top story for June 18, 2015. There is a short two question survey to complete before you get access to the full article, but the information in the article is worth the inconvenience if you are looking for good information about the Windows 10 launch.

Is Changing My Password Enough?
Leo Notenboom has updated his November 2009 post, explaining why changing your password after your email account, or any account really, has been hacked is probably not enough. Also, he explains what you should do in addition to changing the password.


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.

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Were any of these finds helpful for you?

Have you had any personal experience, good or bad, with anything related to the above links?

Do you know of other sites with information relevant to these links? If so let me know, so that I can add them to my RSS feeds.

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