The Windows segment of the show.
1:25 – Mikogo is a free online meeting application for Windows. You can host a meeting with up to 10 participants.
2:00 – What’s an ERP System?
2:30 – Microsoft Access database software.
2:35 – What is ODBC?
3:11 – What’s a VPN?
3:25 – Using Remote Desktop Connection for remote controlling Windows machines.
4:00 – What is Active Directory?
4:40 – GoToMeeting is a pay for online meeting application.
5:15 – The Mike Tech Show Podcast.
6:20 – LogMeIn Free is a free remote control application which runs within a web browser. It is possible to control Windows machines from Linux machine using LogMeIn Free in Java mode.
8:15 – LogMeIn Rescue is a pay for subscription service which allows technicans to remotely control another person’s windows computer without that person needing any software first installed on their machine.
9:08 – Here’s the link to the Mikogo User Manual in PDF format.
9:19 – CrossLoop is a free remote control application for Windows.
9:25 – The Tor Onion Router from The Tor Project is a cross platform application for anonymous web surfing.
9:45 – What is Onion Routing?
12:05 – What is Privoxy?
12:10 – The Linux segment of the show (roughly begins around here).
12:15 – PCLinuxOS-2007 is the Linux distribution that I use on my Dell Inspiron 2500 notebook.
16:15 – The Tor Checker web site is to verify that you are using Tor anonymous web surfing.
18:15 – The Wicd Network Manager is a magnificent replacement for a Linux distributions default network manager.
20:55 – The Geeky Gadget segment of the show (Is actually a book review of sorts)
21:14 – I read Linux Journal cover-to-cover every month.
24:45 – O’Reilly Publishing is the premier publisher of technology related books.
25:00 – Help listener Bob C. decide what portable audio player offers the best bang-for-the-buck. Send you suggestions to Russ at TheTechieGeek dot com.
24:45 – Check out Episode 7 for details about The Listener Project.