Windows Secrets - The Windows Secrets Newsletter is a twice-monthly e-mail publication that reveals to you essential tricks of running Microsoft Windows.
WinNews - Your Source For All Things Windows 7Mike's List - Mike Elgan's list is a free e-mail newsletter based entirely on a single proposition: technology is funny.
Kim Komando's Weekly Newsletter- A weekly Newsletter from America's Digital Goddess. She has a 3 hour radio program at 3 PM every Sunday afternoon on KFAB. This newsletter is published every Monday.
The Computer 101 Radio Show with Mike Steele - Computer 101 radio is dedicated to helping new to average computer users become more familiar with technology and computers. Saturday's at 11 AM on 1290 KKAR.
InfoWorld - InfoWorld Media Group delivers in-depth coverage and evaluation of IT products. InfoWorld publishes 33 different newsletters
Smart Computing Magazine - Computer Tips, Tricks & Troubleshooting in plain English. Note: when you signup or renew, use the code 13348 to give our club credit, so that Slugo may continue to offer free subscriptions as prizes.
Ask Bob Rankin - Need Free tech support? Go ahead... Ask Bob about computers, technology, gadgets or the Internet!
The Best Free Software 2012 - by PC Magazine. The best things in life often actually are free. Here, a list of 173 of the best things in life—free software, for launching apps, networking, backup, synchronization, entertainment, and more.
Tech Support Alert Newsletter by Gizmo Richards - Gizmo's Top Picks of the Best Utilities and Tech Resources.
Check out Gizmo's famous list of the 46 best-ever free utility programs
MP3 Resource - Your One Stop MP3 Resource - all questions answered
PC911 - Friendly Computer Help In Plain English
PC Pitstop - At PC Pitstop, they can help you get your PC in top form -- running fast, stable and secure.
PC Q&A Forum - Have a computer question? This is the place to get answers - in plain simple English. Software or hardware questions, they answer them all.
Spam Filter - Make your own cool Spam Filter using Message Rules in Outlook Express
Chronology of Personal Computers - This document is an attempt to bring various published sources together to present a timeline about Personal Computers. Example: In late 1956, IBM introduced the RAMAC 305, using a hard drive having 50 two-foot diameter platters. Total capacity is 5 MB.
Zip Code Finder - from the US Postal Service.
Computer Gripes - This web site is devoted to what stinks about computer products (hardware, software, web sites); specifically to the problems experienced in using them. You should see what they say about AOL and Windows Me!
Computer Stupidities - A large collection of stories and anecdotes about clueless computer users
Adware and Under-wear - The Definitive Guide - 20020930 This excellent article on adware (not Ad-aware, the program) covers a lot of ground in nine linked web pages. I can almost guarantee you'll pick up some new info there--- even if you're already well-versed in the subject.
Cyfronet - Say what you want about Poland, Polacks, Polish jokes etc. but......
I stumbled upon CYFRONET, which is the Academic Computer Centre of the Stanisław Staszic University of Mining and Metallurgy in Cracow, Poland. It is one of five Polish supercomputer and networking centres.