Category: Links you heard on the show

The FreeDOS Project

FreeDOS is a complete, free, DOS-compatible operating system that you can use to play classic DOS games, run legacy business software, or develop embedded systems. Any program that works on MS-DOS should also run on FreeDOS. Source: FreeDOS | The FreeDOS Project

Chrome OS Systems Supporting Android Apps

Soon, you’ll be able to use the Google Play Store and Android apps on many Chromebooks. Find out more on the Google Chrome blog. The Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and Chromebases that will be able to install Android apps are listed below. Roll-out of Android Apps is done on a device-per-device basis as it is dependent on […]

Seeing Yellow

When you print on a color laser printer, it’s likely that you are also printing a pattern of invisible yellow dots. These marks exist to allow the printer companies and governments to track and identify you — presumably as a way to combat money counterfeiting. When one person asked his printer manufacturer about turning off […]

Home Free by OpenDNS

You’re just three steps away from a safer, faster, smarter and more reliable Internet — for free! Source: Home Free by OpenDNS

Block site – Chrome Web Store

Stay focused and let Block Site automatically blocks websites of your choice. Best for procrastination problemAdd a website you want to block in the options and it is automatically blocked. When you try to go to this page it will be redirected to a special blocked website with our mascot Mr. Wips. Source: Block site […]

The Scrap Value of a Hacked PC, Revisited — Krebs on Security

I recently updated the graphic (below) to include some of the increasingly prevalent malicious uses for hacked PCs, including hostage attacks — such as ransomware — and reputation hijacking on social networking forums. Source: The Scrap Value of a Hacked PC, Revisited — Krebs on Security

Show hidden files – Windows Help

Here’s how to display hidden files and folders. Source: Show hidden files – Windows Help

Import contacts to Outlook – Office Support

Outlook has an Import/Export wizard that makes it easy to import contacts from a CSV file Source: Import contacts to Outlook – Office Support

GRadio – A GTK3 app for finding and listening to internet radio stations

A GTK3 app for finding and listening to internet radio stations. Source: GitHub – haecker-felix/gradio: A GTK3 app for finding and listening to internet radio stations

Pithos – Pandora Radio Client

Pithos is a native Pandora Radio client for Linux. It’s much more lightweight than the Pandora.com web client, and integrates with desktop features such as media keys, notifications, and the sound menu. Source: Pithos – Pandora Radio Client

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