This freebie lets you download videos from any website to your computer so you can watch them later without having to go online. URLSnooper
FreeRange is the free internet-based service that quickly and efficiently puts only the latest news, weather, sports and blogs on your mobile phone.
Watch free demos for the FreeRange Reader at freerangeinc.com
Easy to install and easy to use, OpenOffice.org 2 is the free choice for an open-souce office software suite. Designed as a single piece of software, it includes word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. It works on all common computers and can read and write files from other common office software packages.
Get more information or download now at OpenOffice.org
At floorplanner.com, you can design floorplans for your new or current home with the use of free online point-and-click drag-and-drop tools. The free account is for personal use, and there is an optional FloorPlanner Pro subscription account for access to additional features.
a) a preservative found in Pop Tarts.
b) a medical term for a newly discovered STD.
c) “exe.vsloops” spelled backward.
d) a computer process that spools print jobs to the printer spooler.
e) c and d
Something tells me that many of you actually knew the answer before you even saw the multiple choices. That impresses and scares me at the same time.
The answer – obviously – is “e”.
If you’ve ever stared at the long list of processes on the Windows Task Manager and wondered what they all were, then…you probably have too much free time. Or perhaps you were hoping to figure out why your computer was so sluggish. In either case, it would have been nice to know where to find clear and concise explanations for all those .exe processes.
Here are a few sites that can help:
VirusTotal.com offers an additional free service; upload your suspicious file to have it analyzed and identified.
And, of course, there’s always Google, Yahoo, etc. Just do a search for the name of the file in question.
That’s right! I’m talking about a real estate opportunity that’s out of this world…literally!
Below is the first paragraph of the introductory statement on the official website of the Lunar Embassy, which claims to be the only organization in the world to possess a legal basis for the sale of lunar (and other extraterrestrial) property within the confines of our known solar system.
“A declaration of ownership was filed with the United Nations as well as the US and Russian governments 27 years ago by Mr. Dennis M. Hope of the Lunar Embassy, to ensure that a legal basis for the ownership of the properties sold here can be claimed. On that wonderful day in 1980, the Lunar Embassy was born.”
Whether you see it as a tremendous investment opportunity, a novelty item or gag gift, I think $19.99 (plus tax, s/h) is a fair price to pay for something that will make an interesting topic of conversation for years to come. For this fee, you will be issued the following documents: a lunar property deed, property map and copy of the Lunar Bill of Rights.
At the Lunar Embassy website, you’ll find press articles and reports from CNN and other major news networks, passports, and mortgage information for those considering large property purchases.
Reach for the stars!
Together with Capital One, the fifth largest issuer of credit cards in the U.S., Consumer Action built an innovative national personal finance education and outreach program for use by individuals and community based organizations. The goal is to educate consumers about how to manage their finances. MoneyWise is the first program of its kind to combine free, multilingual financial education materials, curricula and teaching aids with regional meetings and roundtables to train community-based organization staff so that consumers at all income levels and walks of life can be reached.
If you have a habit of driving into large bodies of water, this may be the vehicle for you.
Anyone who has ever made an attempt to lose weight through the use of diet supplements, (and I have), will know that the options are numerous and the results varied. Supplements are sold as pills, powders, patches, drinks, and teas, and with a wide range of ingredients and proprietary blends. But regardless of how many success stories you hear with regard to one particular product, you won’t know how effective a supplement truly is until you’ve tried it yourself because every person’s body will respond differently. And each person’s overall approach to weight loss will also have a bearing on the outcome.
Ideally, an effective weight loss program will also include a personal physical fitness plan and healthy meals. Unfortunately, not everyone is willing to cut down on the sugary snacks and fatty foods, and making time for a gym workout or a few laps around the block can be challenging when juggling busy schedules.
Transdermal weight loss supplements became quite popular in the early 1990’s, and there are a number of weight loss patches on the market today. The convenience of applying a patch to the skin and not having to swallow pills 2-3 times a day is very appealing. A slim, discreet patch applied anywhere on the body delivers natural ingredients directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the stomach and liver which can minimize the effectiveness of supplements taken in pill form.
One of the more popular transdermal patches is advertised and sold online as the Apple Patch Diet. The blend of natural ingredients in this particular product includes guarana and garcinia cambogia, which have proven themselves to be effective weight loss and appetite suppressing ingredients. Please visit the website for more information on this weight loss supplement.
As always, anyone intending to follow a weight loss program with or without diet supplements should consult a medical professional. The information provided here or on the Apple Patch Diet website is not intended as a substitute for medical advice.