I read and sort through a lot of RSS, Twitter Tweets, e-mails and websites during the course of my day. I usually will grab them and stick them in a folder for future reference and reading. I also have good intentions of writing up a blog entry about them – however, that rarely materializes like I think it will.
So about every four weeks or so I go through the folder in Outlook and clean it out – today just happens to be that day. So instead of just throwing everything out into the Deleted Items folder in Outlook I thought I would share them with you.
Click as you see fit. These are from oldest to most recent (roughly 21 Aug until today)
- Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 now offered via the Web to students
- Geek Reviews: First Look at Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2
- Updated VPC Images Now Available
- Available "True FSX" Freeware Aircraft Add-ons and FSX
- Another aircraft developer hints at going "FSX only"
- Microsoft to give away upgraded Hyper-V software
- Secure Computing: Free Anti-Virus Protection With AntiVir Personal Edition
- Integrating Windows Media Center and Windows Home Server for the Average Family – Part 1
- Permanent Link to Integrating Windows Media Center and Windows Home Server for the Average Family – Part 2
- Integrating Windows Media Center and Windows Home Server Part 3
- As expected, Microsoft unveils Windows Live Video Messages
- Introducing the IE8 New Tab Page
- Secure Computing: Free Anti-Virus Protection With Avast Home Edition
- Add-In Update: WHS Outlook Beta 2
- Microsoft Xbox 360 price cuts increases sales by 100-percent
- The IE8 Smart Address Bar Without Windows Search
- The IE8 Smart Address Bar Part II: A Few More Features
- Secure Computing: Free Anti-Virus Protection With AVG Free Edition
- What’s New for IE8 Search
- Secure Computing: Free Virus Protection for Advanced Users with ClamWin
- Secure Computing: Free Virus Protection with PC Tools Anti-Virus
- Liveside.net – Read our Windows Live Beta reviews
- Twitter unveils interface redesign
- Shuttle D10 Desktop PC Comes with Built-in Monitor
OK – that is it for now – all caught up with some very cool links. By the way, the free anti-virus review series by the How To Geek is very good!