The Windows segment of the show.
00:43 – Mozy Home is a free automatic off-site backup utility that gives you 2 GB of free off-site storage space. Use THIS LINK to 2.25 GB of free off-site storage. that’s extra 250 MB of free space when you sign up!
1:45 – SyncBack is my favorite free backup utility for Windows.
4:20 – Optmize Guides are free, easy to read, comprehensive guides for Windows 2000, XP, and Vista.
5:10 – NirSoft is a fantastic web site offering the best free tools for password recovery, packet sniffing, and other security tools.
9:45 – Cygwin is the free Linux-like environment for Windows.
10:45 – GNU Utilities for Win32 are a collection of common Linux utilities that run on Windows.
11:12 – Evernote Beta is a very cool web site allowing you to save anything to a web accessible site. Send an email to me at russ at thetechiegeek dot com to request an invitation to this Beta site.
12:11 – The Linux segment of the show.
12:15 – ‘top‘ is a system monitoring command line application in Linux.
14:10 ‘rsync‘ is a synchronization utility in Linux that makes a get utility for backups.
15:25 – OpenBSD is a free Unix like operating system.
15:55 – The ‘w’ command is the Twitter of the terminal window; it tells you who is logged on and what there doing!
17:00 – The ‘who‘ command shows you who’s logged on.
36:45 – The Geeky Gadgets segment of the show.
41:00 – The TiVO Desktop software for Windows.
45:13 – ‘tivo-decode‘ strips the proprietary formatting out of the .tivo files and save them as a normal mpeg for viewing on your Linux machine.
45:38 – ‘tablet-encode‘ is the Linux command app that encodes your files for play on the Nokia Internet Tablet.
48:00 – Shout-Outs to listeners Don and Drew!
48:15 – Progress on the “Listener Project”