Trying to give something back to the Community...
I don't get it. I provide a free resource at my own expense to share my knowledge and to give others the opportunity to do the same to help us all learn more about the technologies we use and hopefully spend less time at work.
So why are there people out there intent on spoofing email addresses, sending out spam and viruses and making our lives our misery - I just don't get it.
So a quick reminder, I never send out unsolicited emails from FAQShop. If you get any emails reporting to be from me or any other FAQShop address then either delete them or check with me first BEFORE opening it (you'll know it's genuinely from me by my signature and the content).
Any questions, comments, feedback, etc. let me know.
Wow I thought choosing TV channels was no mean feat but according to a NetCraft survey conducted this month they got responses from 64,808,485 web sites. So where to start? I guess their survey page:
MOM 2005 has won the 2005 Target Award for best Performance Tuning tool:
See the list of other award winners and finalists here:
Whether you're a home user, corporate or other "type" of customer you can't go wrong by checking out the Microsoft Security Centre:
Well after seeing the original Star Wars when I was a nipper, I've been hooked ever since.
The Empire Strikes Back is still my favourite film with The Phantom Menace for my money being the worst (the only thing that saved it was Ray Park ala Darth Maul - AWESOME lightsaber dual).
Anyway Ep III for me is a good film and a lot better than the previous two prequels but to me you can't beat the original Trilogy.
Your journey to the Darkside is complete.
If like me you spend a fair bit of time posting in various "IE" based forums or even blogging, spell checking can be a bit of a nightmare. Well not anymore as iespell allows you to spellcheck a page you're currently browsing so no more spolling errers:
Saw this little gem on the Microsoft website which appealed to me be being an old git that started using computers before this thing called "Windows" came along and made everything pretty: