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Peter Greene's Top 10+ as announced on Monday, 8/2/2010

This list is for providing you with easy access to these "useful" Web pages. Please visit my NEW "Tips and Favorite Applications" Page, WEBHITZ® for access to our Web menus! Use of the products and services offered on any of these Web pages is at your own risk! E-Mail me and give me your feedback at web1@infostar.com. Due to the volume of email I get I cannot possibly reply to every message!

    Next show is Tuesday - August 31st, 2010

  1. NoLoc.org - [are you a Twitter.com user?] did you know that every single "Twitter tweet" will be archived forever by the US government. However, you have a choice ... you can use NoLOC to set your tweets free! Starting 10/10/2010, Twitter will begin transferring all of your tweets to the Library of Congress for archiving. Tweets that are 24 weeks old (6 months) or older will be saved forever, and you will no longer be able to delete them. By using #NoLOC.org, you continue to use Twitter like normal, but when you tweet turns 23 weeks old, NoLoc.org will delete it automatically. ?Why 23 Weeks? According to the agreement between Twitter and the Library of Congress, all tweets that are not deleted within 6 months (24 weeks) of their submission date will be eligible for archival. So, on the 23rd week (give or take a 1 or 2 days), your tweet will be deleted by NoLOC.org's servers.
  2. TheHill.com - keep up with politics - in Washington D.C. and more! ALso visit their technology blog "Hillicon Valley".
  3. Edublogs.org - an education blogging service for teachers and students.
  4. Spoofee.com - their goal is to inform you with the best deals, coupons, saving tips, and coupons. In service for about 10 years and claims 2 million visitors each month.
  5. WikiLeaks.org - is a multi-jurisdictional public service designed to protect whistleblowers, journalists and activists who have sensitive materials to communicate to the public. You can read more "about WikiLeaks".
  6. Toolcritic.com - organized resource for information about tools.
  7. Ecomagination.com - On July 13, CEO Jeff Immelt announced GE’s "Ecomagination Challenge": Powering the Grid, a $200 million open innovation challenge to find and fund the best ideas for bringing our power grid into the 21st century. Co-funded by four venture capital firms, the challenge aims to leverage GE’s scale, technical expertise and client relationships to bring new ideas to market quickly. WIRED magazine’s Chris Anderson also weighed in on the importance of this challenge calling it "the biggest of its kind". Also checkout their new products "Nucleus" and "Wattstation".
  8. TrueKnowledge.com [beta] [the Internet Answer Engine] - they claim it is the world's first AI (Artificial Intelligence) question-answering platform. They are using semantic technology to build the first internet-scale platform for directly answering the world's questions.
  9. ISHS.org [International Society for Horticultural Science] - dating from 1864 and formally constituted in 1959, has more than 7000 members representing some 150 countries. It is the world's leading independent organization of horticultural scientists. ISHS publishes Acta Horticulturae, Chronica Horticulturae, and Scripta Horticulturae.
  10. Picnik.com - a free photo-editing Web service that also has an upgrade if you need more; works on Mac, Windows, and Linux. No download required.
  11. And .... Feds [on July 26, 2010] say mobile-phone jailbreaking is OK - read about the ruling here at "c/net" and "MacObserver".
  12. *** Below are last month's choices ****

  13. Channels.com - an online video resource; shows from thousands of great Web sites. Also visit "YouTube", "Hulu" and "Metcafe".
  14. DirectTextbook.com - [looking for books?!] search for books from 200 book sites.
  15. GarageJournal.com - a place to talk shop and tools; check out their "online forums".
  16. MerckVetManual.com - one of the world's most popular providers of Veterinary medical information. Access their manual online.
  17. ManualsOnline.com - access to user manuals online - also can have your our online filing cabinet for manuals.; also visit: "UsersManualGuide"; WonderHowTo.com, "eHow" and "YouTube".
  18. PennySaverUsa.com - online classified ads; not as popular as "Craigslist".
  19. SiteJabber.com - a consumer protection service made possible by the US Government's National Science Foundation. Our mission is to help people avoid fradulent websites. Also visit: "Snopes.com".
  20. WiFi.com - searchable "free" WiFi Hotspot resource; ["wifi hotspots should be easy, secure, and most of all free"]. They acquired the resource "Whisher.com". Also visit: "WeFi",
  21. Know-Where.com - introduced a fully featured online locator back in 1995; Know-Where has been providing web-based locators for their clients.
  22. MacOSXautomation.com - [not an Apple Web site]; a variety of integrated tools and technologies to solve your automation challenges using Mac OS X.
  23. *** Below are last month's choices ****
    **** Printed late July 2009 - New Book you may find of interest:
  24. "The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web" by Tamar Weinberg

selectedPeter's schedule for appearing as a guest on Larry Meiller's show can seen by clicking here.

You can listen to Peter on WPR (Wisconsin Public Radio) - 970AM WHA Radio in Madison, WI monthly! It is broadcast live over the WPR radio network from the 7th floor of Vilas Hall, and is "Web casted" live via Real Audio - you'll need the "Real Audio player". The show is 90 minutes in length and covers the latest in PC computer technology , the Internet and the World Wide Web; show is a question & answer format. I have supported Wisconsin Public Radio for 23 years with a monthly radio show on computer technology. The show is produced by Jim Packard and hosted by Larry Meiller.


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