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And to continue about various "bookmarks-type" files that I've initially uploaded to my FTP server, and which are accessible through the "OPEN or GET" drop-down or pull-down menu script at the top of "root-main" pages, I will finally tell you also a bit more about the "collection.html" file (which is of course also a bookmarks-style/format file), which is/contains a collection of my topics and posts on various "tech" forums/discussion-boards, so you can browse and read them by using the mentioned "OPEN or GET" drop-down or pull-down menu. By the way, note that I've later renamed it (in fact I did it many times so far); first I split it to two files and renamed it/them to "collection1.html", and "collection2.html", and later to "forum-posts-1.html", and "forum-posts-2.html", while additionaly I've moved it from my Volja free-host's FTP server to eSnips: http://esnips.com. Also note that these are not all the threads/topics I've participated in, because I started saving/bookmarking them quite late. Anyway, and if you will decide to check any of these files, you will be probably start asking yourself why I've changed all the topic-titles (the dash signs/chars, instead of spaces); well it's all because of my old habit from back then when I was still using Internet Explorer as my default browser.

As you probably know, Internet Explorer stores each bookmark/favorite entry as a whole new file residing on a hard-disk (which brings a problem of "invalid characters" in "Add to Favorites" dialog; see the link to screenshot below), and not as Firefox which stores all of them in one single file. So if you attempt to bookmark a page (which means in Internet Explorer's case to save a file), which name/title contain a special charater (or more of them), I don't know if you would be allowed to, and also you probably cannot create folders under the same branch/tree-level with identical names and so on. /UPDATE: Well, I've checked that out, and surely you are not allowed to bookmark such site. See here for the link to screenshot of that dialog-window that pops-up in such invalid/not-allowed characters cases: /IE-Add-to-Favorites.gif (here are also two alternative links: /IE-Favorites.gif, http://img112.imageshack.us/img112/8279/iefavoritesat2.gif), and also, just think of how many disk-clusters are wasted in Internet Explorer's case, since each such favorite-file takes a whole 4.00 KB cluster even if it's only few bytes. I know this is not such a "real" problem, but it's annoying at least to a minimalist like me.

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I also added a few links to my favorite internet security/privacy related sites, including links to sites with engines, like various scanning, engines, "get IP/domain info" and anti spyware/virus engines etc., web-features (web-proxies etc.) and similar. Please, note that Tehbox website might be currently down (i.e., hosting server offline), but I hope it's just temporary, because the engines/features the website offers are just too great to not being used, i.e. not being taken advantage of.

Links to pages that list file-managers:

http://www.rmonet.com/commander, http://filemanager.free.fr/fileman.htm, http://freeware.intrastar.net/filemanagers.htm, http://docs.geoshell.com/R4?pagename=FileManagers, http://www.softwarelight.com/index.php?category=File+managers, http://www.mnsi.net/~jhlavac/freeware/files.htm, http://www.softpanorama.org/OFM/index.shtml

Main general computing-related sites:

http://arstechnica.com, http://devtoys.com, http://www.echoecho.com, http://www.eweek.com, http://freshmeat.net, http://www.invisible-web.net, http://www.isoc.org, http://www.itfacts.biz, http://www.osnews.com, http://www.pcmech.com, http://www.pcworld.com, http://www.sanx.org, http://slashdot.org, http://www.techiwarehouse.com, http://theregister.co.uk

Links to computing Newsletters sites:

http://ask-leo.com, http://newsletter.ask-leo.com, http://www.davescomputertips.com, http://www.terryscomputertips.com, http://freewarewiki.com/NewsLetters, http://langa.com, http://www.thenakedpc.com, http://www.tnpcnewsletter.com, http://www.scotsnewsletter.com, http://www.route53.com/newsletter.html, http://www.unleashthetraffic.com, http://www.jamesgrandstaff.com

Few other sites with various resources:

http://www.answersthatwork.com, http://www.common-controls.com, http://www.cybertechhelp.com, http://cyberwizardpit.net, http://www.toejumper.net, http://www.webteacher.com, http://www.wilders.org, http://www.winbookcorp.com, http://www.x86.org, http://zzine.org, http://msdn.microsoft.com, http://msn-cnet.com.com, http://www.ntcompatible.com, http://www.pchell.com, http://www.scenta.co.uk, http://www.silicon.com, http://www.speedguide.net, http://www.windowsitlibrary.com, http://www.windowsitpro.com, http://www.winntmag.com, http://www.zdnet.com

Sites with various online tests/scans:

http://www.pandasoftware.com, http://webtest.scanit.be, http://www.sophos.com/virusinfo/analyses/trojesepora.html, http://www.webroot.com/services/popuptester1.htm, http://www.pestscan.com/Scan.asp, http://perso.wanadoo.fr/jugesoftware/firewallleaktester/eng, http://security.symantec.com, http://www.pcpitstop.com, http://www.pcpowerscan.com/index.html?2076

Other security/privacy-related sites 1:

http://proxify.com, http://www.cyberarmy.com, http://www.cyberarmy.com/portal, http://www.anonymization.net, http://www.anonymizer.com/services/#free, http://www.anonymizer.com/services/surf_for_free.html, http://www.valkaryn.net, http://www.valkaryn.net/proxy, http://www.valkaryn.net/proxy/nph-proxy.cgi, http://chrishemple.co.uk, http://chrishemple.co.uk/cgiproxy, http://chrishemple.co.uk/cgiproxy/nph-proxy.pl

Other security/privacy-related sites 2:

http://spews.org, http://dnsstuff.com, http://whatismyip.com, http://www.astalavista.com, http://anti-spyware-keypad.com, http://www.secnet.com, http://www.subratam.org, http://www.pcflank.com, http://www.interclasse.com, http://www.kephyr.com, http://www.kephyr.com/labs/index.phtml, http://www.all-nettools.com, http://all-nettools.com, http://all-nettools.com/tools1.htm, http://www.whatsdown.net, http://www.whatsdown.net/nmap, http://www.whatsdown.net/tools.shtml, http://www.tehbox.com, http://www.tehbox.com/hideip, http://www.tehbox.com/proxy, http://www.tehbox.com/serverinfo


Here are links to various sites, I consider them as "my favorite ones", including links to sites with diverse resources, lists, tutorials, manuals, FAQs etc., but also "online testing" sites (like sites with various privacy, security, pop-ups tests, or connection speed tests), and similar. Also, please note that this "area" of my home-website is also an "ever-growing" one, with new stuff (links in this case) added usually each time that I update it.

Sites that offer free hosting packages:

http://www.atspace.com, http://www.bravenet.com, http://greatnow.com, http://www.freewebs.com, http://www.freewebspace.net, http://www.freeservers.com, http://www.fortunecity.com

Links to various computing resources:

http://filext.com, http://www.freesoft.org, http://howstuffworks.com, http://explanation-guide.info, http://www.pcguide.com, http://www.astalavista.com, http://www.webopedia.com, http://dictionary.reference.com, http://foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/index.html, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page, http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Main_Page

Connection speed online test sites:

http://homepage.tinet.ie/~leslie/testpage.htm, http://bandwidthplace.com/speedtest, http://www.toast.net/performance, http://www.infinisource.com/techfiles/maxmtu.html, http://www.speedguide.net/downloads.php, http://www.ascentive.com/run/click, http://webservices.zdnet.com/zdnet/bandwidth

Links to sites with JS-related tutorials:

http://javascript.internet.com, http://www.javascriptmall.com, http://www.javascriptmall.com/learn/index.htm, http://www.mozilla.org/js/scripting, http://www.webteacher.com/javascript, http://devedge.netscape.com/central/javascript, http://www.programmingtutorials.com/javascript.aspx

Few sites with programming tutorials:

http://www.freedos, http://www.ericphelps.com/batch, http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue78/taneja.html, http://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/index.html, http://www.mvps.org/win32, http://www.cyberarmy.com/portal, http://www.activestate.com/Products, http://swpat.ffii.org, http://drpaulcarter.com/pcasm, http://www.programmingtutorials.com

Links to other support/resources sites:

http://www.annoyances.org, http://www.computerhope.com, http://linuxiso.org, http://www.kernelnewbies.org, http://w.moreover.com, http://www.tacktech.com, http://theosfiles.com, http://www.thetechguide.com, http://www.uktsupport.co.uk, http://windowsxp.mvps.org, http://www.windowsx.org, http://www.hydrogenaudio.org, http://www.informationweek.com, http://www.archive.org, http://www.internetnews.com, http://news.com.com, http://www.storagereview.com, http://www.tech-hints.com, http://techrepublic.com.com, http://www.thetruth.com, http://www.vnunet.com, http://www.wugnet.com

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