Archive for May, 2009

Volunteer Opportunities For Free Travel

10 Volunteer Opportunities For Free Travel Want to travel the world? Want to give back to humanity instead of just taking from it? Believe it or not, there is a way for you to travel the earth, and give back to mankind at the same time. Plus you’ll be given the opportunity to meet all […]

Children’s Health Insurance – $15 Per Child!

The Health Care system in America is atrocious; thousands of families are without health coverage or insurance and the numbers are growing every day. Adults without health care is one thing, but children without coverage is just plain wrong. Clearly President Obama agrees as he signed the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) on […]

PC Wizard 2008 – Analyze & Benchmark Your PC FREE

Have you ever wanted to dissect your PC and learn the truth about its performance? PC Wizard 2008 explores the insides of your system and gives you a complete report on all its strengths – and weaknesses. It identifies a large scale of system components and supports the latest standards and technologies. This tool is […]

Real Time Satellite Tracking Via Google Mashup

REAL TIME SATELLITE TRACKING with N2YO is a really neat tool if you’re at all interested in space and the power of satellites. Here is your opportunity to track one or more satellites, and learn all you can about each one. First, check out all the satellites you can track in the different categories on […]

Adobe GoLive Tutorials & Resources These Adobe support forums are visited by very knowledgeable people, there to answer questions from the more novice visitors. They are also more than happy to address questions from more advanced users as well. The forums are for both PC and Mac users. This list is for more advanced discussions on Adobe than […]

Dreamweaver Tutorials, Resources & Help

Attention all those who use Macromedia-Dreamweaver and have more to learn – here are some resources you may find helpful. Macromedia actually has some great information on their web site: The User Support Forum Macromedia Knowledge Base For Dreamweaver frequently asked questions, check out these places: Macromedia-Dreamweaver Yahoo! Groups There […]

Low Cost & FREE Prescription Assistance!

For whatever reason, I was looking at my credit card statements the other night and decided to add up all the money I’ve spent on my prescriptions over the past year. Needless to say, I was shocked and nearly fell out of my chair. There has got to be a more affordable way for me […]

Volunteer Center of the East Bay

If you live anywhere in the East Bay and are looking for somewhere to volunteer your time, check out The Volunteer Center of the East Bay. It’s totally free and their mission is to simply connect people who need volunteers with people who want to volunteer. The Volunteer Center of the East Bay is funded […]

AreMySitesUp – Server Monitoring Software

There’s nothing worse than sitting down in front of your computer in the morning with your hot cup of coffee and finding out one of the sites you manage went down and you have no idea why. For less than one dollar per site per year, Are My Sites Up? will check your sites more […]

HostTracker – Monitor Your Website – Website Uptime

HostTracker – monitor your sites 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year. HostTracker has several monitoring points all over the world, eliminating the chance of false alarms, i.e. when access problems are caused not by your resource, but by the lack of proper connection between HostTracker’s system and your site. […]

List Your Vacation Rental On CalSwap

Got a rental home in a great vacation place and having trouble finding people to stay there? List your rental for free on CalSwap – your free, local, community classifieds for the State of California. List your California vacation property on CalSwap and upload photos for free. Check out the vacation rental category There are […]

How To Choose a Domain Name

How to choose a domain name? Every month people ask me what the best way to choose a domain name is, and I realized I’ve never actually written down my answers. So I decided to make a list of things to consider while choosing your domain name. Always choose the ‘.com’ version if available. Most […]

How Do I Clean Up Or Verify My Email List?

So you’ve got a mailing list, and you’re sick of all the “return to sender’ emails that get bounced back to you when you send out your newsletters, but you don’t have the time or energy to verify each email address one by one? There actually is a solution, believe it or not. Advanced E-mail […]

How To Create Error Logs On 1and1 Shared Hosting

How To Create Error Logs On 1and1 Shared Hosting. Just copy this script into whatever php file you want to check. It will create a file called errors.csv in whatever directory it’s in and show you the issues you are having. You could also use an include file to include it on every page of […]