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CCleaner frees up space and erases online activity

Download of the Week: CCleaner

Few people wouldn’t like to free up hard disk space and have their computers run faster. Enter:

CCleaner.



CCleaner not only cleans away traces of your online activities, it removes unused files from your system, which frees up valuable disk space.

A cursory skim through its features list shows that it cleans up old files and settings left by standard Windows components, checks for problems and inconsistencies in your computer’s Registry, and cleans out temporary files left behind by Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Acrobat. And that’s just for starters.



CCleaner is a 100 percent-free download guaranteed not to contain any spyware, adware or viruses. Interested? Visit http://www.ccleaner.com to learn more.

Shopping Links of the Week: Notecard Mania!

Recently, while browsing Etsy.com (definitely one of my favorite sites), I found myself impressed by the sheer number and variety of handmade products offered on the site these days.

With summer here, perhaps some of you gals out there have found yourself looking for pretty notecards to use for your non-e-mail correspondences. If so, here are links to an assortment of handmade notecard packs on Etsy.

http://tinyurl.com/6h8rf9

http://tinyurl.com/6do3v5

http://tinyurl.com/5audae

http://tinyurl.com/5r96jg

http://tinyurl.com/5v8gz4

Don’t care for any of these styles? Just head over to the Etsy.com home page and do a search for “notecards” ” you’ll have hundreds of options to look through. Have fun!

Grab Bag: Five Random Links of the Week

http://www.superest.com ” Love it. The Superest website exists solely to try and answer the question “Who is the superset hero of them all?”

With the occasional assistance of guest artists, two ridiculously talented illustrators (one of them being Kevin Cornell, whose work I absolutely adore) battle it out, back and forth, back and forth. One draws a character with a super power.

The other illustrator then draws a character with a power than cancels the power of the previous character. The cycle is repeated over and over and over again for your ongoing entertainment.

http://flickrvision.com ” A great site to visit when you’re on a boring phone call, in the mood to zone out a little, or feeling like you need a break.

Head over to flickrvision.com and do nothing other than sit back, relax, and watch your monitor.

You’ll see a moving slideshow of the most recent photos that have been uploaded to Flickr ” from across the world.

As I’ve sat here typing I’ve seen a photo of a genuinely interesting tree (uploaded in Malaysia), a baby drooling on the funniest stuffed alligator I’ve ever seen (uploaded in Calgary), a dirty motorcycle (uploaded in Ohio), and a shot of what appeared to be some sort of crazy-looking horse race (uploaded from Argentina).

http://www.givethegiftofsight .org/ ” A family of charitable programs providing free vision care and eyewear to underprivileged individuals in North America as well as developing countries around the world.

Won’t you donate and help give the gift of sight? Even just $10 helps to hand-deliver a pair of glasses to a fortunate recipient. Your donation is tax-deductible, of course.

http://www.taxiwiz.com ” Know your taxi fare before you go! Taxiwiz.com calculates fares and provides you with estimated costs for taxi rides in 21 major cities, including San Francisco, New York City, Chicago and Boston. I’ve tested it out and must say that it works like a champ.

http://www.teakwarehouse .com ” A nice online store selling high-quality, handsome teak furniture, including loungers and sunbeds for summertime relaxing.

And that’s it for today, everyone. Have a great week, and see ya next Monday.

Based in Frisco, eRin pheiL is the primary creative force behind timeforcake.

Learn more about her Colorado website design company at http://www.timeforcake.com or contact her via e-mail at info@timeforcake.com.


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