The story of James Kim, the Cnet editor who got lost while trying to get help for his family and rescue them, really got me worried.
What I realized is that I don’t know absolutely anything more about surviving in wild, except climbing trees and finding the South.
I keep thinking that getting lost can’t happen to me and probably you think that too.
So I start Stumbling for some survival tips and most important the basic survival skills.
Here is what I found:
5 BASIC SURVIVAL SKILLS by Patrick E. McHugh is the first to start with.
You can find here the entire file library.
OutdoorLife gives you tips that can save your life.Plus a quiz.
I also found the US Army survival (pdf)manual.
SurvivalIq is a great place to find almost everything you need to know,
from survival skills to land navigation.
That’s it for now.
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Freeware your Windows in 13 steps
Disclaimer : While i know that most of these freeware are safe and stable because i installed and tested them,i will not be responsable if something goes wrong with your installations.Some of them are buggy and some are beta.
If by any chance you do get in troubles with one of the installations,you can always leave a comment and I or someone else will help you fix it.
Read first the entry and download the freeware needed.Make a new folder into My Documents and download there to avoid clutter and find them easily.You can find Pimp that Windows Part 1 here.
Note: Most of the apps listed here are linking to FileHippo.com, a trustable downloading source.
Let’s start with the essentials.We only need freeware and we will only use freeware.
It’s like the FBI’s most wanted list for spam
Spamhaus, an international non-profit organization whose mission is to track the Internet’s Spam Gangs, has released list of the top 10 spam offenders of the year.
Of all Internet Service Providers (ISP) in the world, Verizon Business is the number one offender on the list with almost triple the number of current known spam issues as its competitor SBC Communications.
Given that the most spammy ISPs are American, then it should come as no surprise that the United States leads all other countries with 1,983 current known spam issues. The next country in line is China with 304 known issues.
The worst spammers, however, are a different geographic picture, with the top (dis)honor going to Alex Blood of the Ukraine. Out of the top 10 spammers list, more than half were from Eastern Europe. The U.S. made the list twice at spots third and tenth.
Here is the Top 10 list.
Read the rest of the article.
Advanced WindowsCare v2 is out (probably for a little while,but I didn’t keep up with it).
I am using it since version 1 and I am very happy with it.
What does it do?
- • Removes Spyware and Adware
- • Prevents Security Threats
- • Privacy Protection
- • Fixes Registry Errors and Optimizes the Windows Services for you
- • Cleans Temporary Files
- • Cleans Startup
- • Repairs Windows
- • Speeds up System
You can go here for more info or to download it.
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