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Peter Greene's Top 10+ as announced on Monday 2/6/2012


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 Monday - March 5, 2012


  1. Kylo.tv - [Free] Web browser for computers connected to TV's that [obviously] have access to the Internet for TV content. Pretty easy to use Web browser designed for viewing TV type video content on your TV or Computer Monitor.
  2. Roku.com - is a device [no monthly fee but some content that is streamed does have fees such as Netflix and Hulu Plus] that connects your [broadband/high-speed] Internet to your TV to allow you to stream/download free and pay-for-content services for viewing on your TV. Device has built-in wireless (Wi-Fi b/g/n). Also visit for other devices and content subscription services: "Apple TV", "Crackle", "Hulu", "Netflix", "XBOX 360", "Playstation 3", "NFL GameDay", "NHL GameCenter", "MLB Live" and "ESPN3" and "Amazon's Prime".
  3. Boxee.tv - is a device that finds [broadband/high-speed] Internet streaming TV type content and puts them on your TV. Device costs but has no monthly fee [services such as Netflix and others will still cost via access fees].
  4. Attotech.com [ATTO Technology, Inc.] - storage connectivity and infrastructure solutions for data-intensive computing environments (in other words high performance storage devices or devices that work similar to hard drives but are much faster). They provide a free performance analysis program to test your products called "Disk Benchmark". Their Disk Benchmark is an industry-accepted tool that gauges storage system performance to identify both strengths and weaknesses. Disk Benchmark provides a variety of features controlled from a simple point-and-click interface with results displayed in an easy-to-view graphic format.]. Also visit another tech storage performance manufacturer called "OCZ Technology" and check out their RevoDrive products. And, did you know things like "Stripe Width and Stripe Size" while setting up a drive can make a difference in performance.
  5. BERTL.com [Business Equipment Research and Test Laboratories Inc., (BERTL)] - is an independent testing laboratory whose purpose is to provide objective, independent product evaluation reports and comparative analyses on imaging devices and software workflow solutions. BERTL prohibits any manufacturer-control over its product evaluations, and bases its opinions, ratings and awards on a combination of rigorous analysis and research.
  6. ShopWiki.com - they claim access to 162,000+ stores and 244,000,000+ products for internet shopping. If you have an online store you can your Website to be searched [crawled] by their search engine. "Froogle" is Google's tool for online shopping.
  7. MyFixItUpLife.com - a Do-It-Yourself home improvement resource to enjoy.
  8. MedicalNewsToday.com - timely health news gathered from well-regarded sources such as JAMA, BMJ, Lancet, BMA, plus their own articles; their archive contains 230,000+ news articles.
  9. API.org [American Petroleum Institute] - learn more about how we use Oil and Natural Gas natural resources, our supplies, future use and supply projections and topics such as Oil Sands, Oil Shale and more.
  10. CoPilot.com - remote support service via the Internet; let's you connect to their computer, see what they see, and control their mouse and keyboard to help.
  11. State of Wisconsin's Government Accountability Board - the official Web site; current elections recall info is "here".
  12. Windows Defender Offline Beta [recently created by Microsoft] - download and then helps step you through the creation of a "clean sweep" tool to try and disinfect your Windows PC without it being connected to the Internet. Definitely worth knowing about just in case!
  13. answers.microsoft.com - searchable tech help resource for most - if not all of Microsoft's consumer products; you can search for answers but you need to sign in if you want to post a question or an answer. For example: Here is there explaination of how to: "How to Enable Volume Shadow Copy in windows 7". Also try their "Support" resource as well.
  14. *** Below are last month's choices ****

  15. Kioskea.net - an interesting technology site with their useful "Forums" and other info such as the "Error Codes in Windows"; also visit the real source for a "Listing of the Windows Error Codes".
  16. SocialNetBar.com [for the Mac now; Windows version is in development - sometime 2012] - brings Facebook, Gmail and search all to the same place, efficiently using your Mac's menu bar to keep you connected.
  17. SavingToInvest.com - is a personal finance blog [by an individual that considers himself to be a personal finance junkie] that covers a wide spectrum of topics from money to taxes to working and retired life.
  18. NFLhealthandsafety.com - the NFL's online resource to help support the players and families on health and safety issues for the sport of football.
  19. ContactingTheCongress.org [impressive, very easy to use - drill-down from the U.S. linked map] - citizen's congressional directory for the 112th Congress. As of December 30, 2011 there are 540 electronic contact addresses (of which 537 are Web-based contact forms), and 540 home pages known for the 540 members of the 112th Congress. Traditional ground mail addresses are available for all current members of Congress.
  20. CRF-USA.org [Constitutional Rights Foundation; non-profit] - their mission is to instill in our nation's youth a deeper understanding of citizenship through values expressed in our Constitution and its Bill of Rights and to educate young people to become active and responsible participants in our society.
  21. SlideShare.net [free or pro versions] - a way to share presentations, documents and videos. Use it to promote yourself or your business.
  22. TomsHardware.com - an online tech portal for computer hardware, software and related IT problems and finding solutions.
  23. MayoClinic.com - access to their "Diseases and Conditions Resource" and lots of other useful medical inforamtion they offer online.
  24. answers.microsoft.com - searchable tech help resource for most - if not all of Microsoft's consumer products; you can search for answers but you need to sign in if you want to post a question or an answer. For example: Here is there explaination of how to: "How to Enable Volume Shadow Copy in windows 7". Also try their "Support" resource as well.
  25. Internet Explorer 9 - Microsoft's download site for their latest Internet Explorer 9 Web browser.


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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