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Download Squad www.downloadsquad.com By
Download Squad keeps you up to date on the latest happenings in the world of software and Web applications. The site is informative, witty, and graphical, and the bloggers post quite a bit.
GmailTips www.gmailtips.com By
This exhaustive Gmail tips site has all sorts of hints and tricks to help you get the most out of the free mail service. The site is run by Jim of Jim's Tips, and if it doesn't quench your thirst for shortcuts, go to his main page (www.jimstips.com) for more mobile- and Web-application tricks.
The Green Button www.thegreenbutton.com By
Got questions about Microsoft Windows Media Center Edition? The Green Button is the place to go. You'll find answers to all your MCE questions, forums to discuss the latest updates, and even some useful downloads.
StopBadware.org www.stopbadware.org By Errol Pierre-Louis
StopBadWare is like an online neighborhood watch. The site keeps an eye out for malicious Web sites and catalogs sites and applications that have been reported. It has joined with Google to warn users about blacklisted sites before it's too late.
TechCrunch www.techcrunch.com By
Jennifer L. DeLeo
TechCrunch has news and reviews of Internet sites and services that you may not find anywhere else. Edited by Michael Arrington, the site keeps up with beta software, new Internet start-ups, and the whole Web 2.0 movement. Also, click the Jobs tab to go to CrunchBoard, a new job board exclusively for Web heads.
Techdirt www.techdirt.com By
Molly K. McLaughlin
The regularly updated Techdirt brings you important news, analysis, and "dirt" about the tech industry, laid out in concise nuggets. Users can submit contentthe site counts on itfrom hard news to amusing tidbits. The site also offers targeted research services and a daily newsletter.
TweakGuides.com www.tweakguides.com By Errol Pierre-Louis
If your system needs a tune-up, TweakGuides.com is the place to go. The site has guides to optimizing individual games, browsers, and drivers, as well as a TweakingCompanion for getting the best performance out of Windows XP.
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