Computing Articles
  • The Future Of Online Video Advertising
  • by Jim Edwards
  • The dash for cash this time centers on who can figure out how to put effective advertising into the video mix. But, unearthing these online riches entails balancing the advertising content so businesses can make money while at the same time not alienating viewers who, up until now, have not been forced to endure institutional advertising in their online video clips.
  • Tips to Promoting Podcasts
  • by Sharon Housley
  • Podcasting is a great new medium, but creating a podcast is only half of the work. Promoting a podcast is equally critical to it's success.
  • Repair Your XP - Re-Assemble Your Files!
  • by Tony Buel
  • One thing that causes your system to slow down is that as files get stored on your hard drive, your files may have to get broken up and saved in fragments and are scattered all over your hard drive. Find out how to easily fix this problem.
  • Google, Paranoia or a Cause for Concern?
  • by Sharon Housley
  • Anti-Google sentiment is on the rise. Web pundits have tossed around monopoly theories and privacy advocates have warned of a day of reckoning. While Google has made friends on Wallstreet, it has disappointed the technical evangelists who were once its fiercest followers. Google has grown into a big scary company and web watchers are expressing their concerns about the information Google gleans from their various services.
  • Optimizing Your Asp.Net Pages for Faster Loading and Better Performance.
  • by John Belthoff
  • If you read the internet and all of the websites dedicated to Asp.Net you will inevitably read about the wonders of the DataGrid, DataList, and Repeater controls. While each of these has its place, if you are only displaying data there is a much faster and more efficient means to do so.
  • The VoIP Insurgency
  • by Michael Brito
  • VoIP, also known as Voice over Internet Protocol, is a technology that allows you to make phone calls over an existing Internet connection instead of a regular (analog) phone line. Some services that use VoIP only allow you to call other people using the same service, usually done when making PC to PC phone calls.
  • Pests In Your PC
  • by Michael Madigan
  • Computers can contain molds, fungi, bacteria and other pests which can affect healthy living while computing. This article explains how you can quickly, easily and inexpensively reduce PC pollution.
  • What You Need to Know About Networking
  • by Alex Lakatos
  • With all the advances in computer networking technolgy picking the right technology and network approach for your company can greatly impact the bottom line and enhance customer satisfaction. A company needs to take a hard look at where they are and where they want to go with their network.
  • Reduce Eye Strain with Flat Screen Monitors
  • by Mike Johnson
  • Don't let eye strain stop you from doing what you enjoy. Flat screen monitors lessen eye fatigue and add the best possible viewing pleasure. View movies, photos and more in crystal clear images!
  • A Brief Introduction to VoIP...Whatever THAT Is!
  • by Donovan Baldwin
  • Voip is a hot topic, but many people have no idea what it is. You can save money with VoIP, but to avoid frustration and confusion, you might want to start learning about it with this small article.
  • Poisons From Your PC
  • by Michael Madigan
  • An overview of poisonous materials in computers, how they can escape, what they can do and what governments and individuals can do to reduce the dangers.
  • How to upgrade your video graphics card
  • by Michael Cottier
  • How to upgrade your video card all by yourself! Michael has simple instructions with no technical jargon and will give you very good explanations on every aspect about video cards.
  • Interesting Uses for RSS Feeds
  • by Sharon Housley
  • The core use for RSS is generally considered news headlines and blog syndication, but innovative businesses are learning to use RSS in different ways. Consider RSS as a communication channel that can provide current, targeted information as it appears within a very targeted audience.
  • Surreal Blog Explains The Power of Blogging
  • by Darren Dunner
  • This question is all I hear when someone realizes the power of blogging. In an attempt to give real information to users and not the run around I have decided to post this article. When approached with the question of how to create a blog because everyone else is doing it so I do too. I have to say this is not an easy answer. Even though there are tons of sources to start a blog that does not make it successful.
  • Refurbished Laptop Computer Batteries-Don't Risk It
  • by Mike Johnson
  • Are you thinking about buying a refurbished laptop battery? You should reconsider and look at new laptop computer batteries. The price difference isn't much more and most come with a one year warranty.
  • How To Get More Networking Equipment For Your Dollar
  • by Alex Lakatos
  • The article talks about the significant savings a company can obtain by purchasing previously owned computer networking equipment and how to avoid the pitfalls of dealing in the secondary market.
  • How to upgrade your CPU - Part 2
  • by Michael Cottier
  • Learn how to upgrade a CPU yourself without hiring anyone. In this second part we will discuss how to remove your old CPU and install the new one.
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