Category Archives: Free Tools

17 Firefox Addons and Plugins I Use

The Mozilla Talkback add-on seems to be useful. Today I received an email saying that they couldn’t fix the problems I have been having without more information from me.

Specifically more information about the plug-ins, themes, and add-ons I have installed. So I highly recommend installing and enabling the Mozilla Firefox Add-on called Talkback.

Here are the add-ons and plug-ins I have on this machine:

 

Microsoft’s Live SkyDrive Gives 500 MB of Free File Storage!

I Love the Drag and drop functionality of SkyDrive!! It is like having an extension of my desktop and being able to share any file on a LAN but the LAN is the entire world. It allows me to select individuals I want to share with or just share with any body.

Better than Gmail file storing because I can store executables files and entire programs. Though, Live’s email still has a long way to go to beat out Gmail for email. I can’t wait to see what else you will add to the service after it is out of Beta testing.

Internet Through Your Sewer?

I am still completely shocked over what I saw on Google.com this morning, SHOCKED! I loved it! Here is the URL go to it, Sewage Internet via Google (TiSP). If you don’t then here is some sweet stuff from the page: (don’t forget to click on the TiSP help Groups, they are very informative!)

“Google TiSP (BETA) is a fully functional, end-to-end system that provides in-home wireless access by connecting your commode-based TiSP wireless router to one of thousands of TiSP Access Nodes via fiber-optic cable strung through your local municipal sewage lines.”

 

SEO: WebCEO.com’s SEO Software, Review of

We have been using WebCEO.com for about a month and a half now. We first evaluated the free version to see if it would be able to help us help our clients. You may need to not read any further if you are already sold on the Free SEO software part so here is the link to Free SEO Software: WebCEO.com. Yes this is an affiliate link; I get paid if you buy it. Not for downloads of free software. Not to mention the fact I use the software every day, I feel like it’s a great value for you!

Provo Labs, LLC accepted into Google Local Search

Today I received the Google postcard verifying Provo Labs office location. I entered the validation code at http://www.google.com/local/add/Â and presto I received the magical words:

Thank you! We’ve confirmed your PIN and validated your listing.
Currently, we’re updating our listings approximately every six weeks. Therefore, you may experience a slight delay in seeing your listing after completing the validation process. We appreciate your patience.”

So in six weeks you can find the best business incubator / accelerator in existsance, Google Local search. Thanks Google!

Our listing looks like so:

OpenOffice.org 2 Test Drive

Press Release – for immediate release

Microsoft today announced the opening of a “test drive” so that people can see what Microsoft Office 2007 might look like when it finally goes on sale.

The OpenOffice.org Community invites potential upgraders to go one better – download the full OpenOffice.org 2 office suite today for a test drive, and if you like it, use it free for as long as you like. It’s the ultimate no-strings-attached test drive – if you enjoy the test drive, keep the car!