[neatnettricks] Neat Net Tricks Standard Issue 233, January 26, 2010

  • From: Jack Teems <jteems@xxxxxxx>
  • To: neatnettricks@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 7:03:50 -0800

01.  AutoVer
02.  Photo Print Calendar
03.  Watermark Image
04.  Photomeister
05.  Free Flash Website
06.  Calme 2010
07.  Diskdigger
08.  HotPop
09.  Sumo Paint

Welcome to all the new subscribers this issue.  What you're reading is just one 
facet of Neat Net Tricks, so be sure to check out:

*  NNT Premium, the flagship product (scroll down 4 items in this newsletter to 
read about it).

*  NNT Archives, way over 4,000 tips and sound tracks amassed on a CD, 
delivered to your home postpaid, and ridiculously low-priced at 
http://www.neatnettricks.com/store .

*  NNT Forum at 
http://www.topfreeforum.com/neatnettricks/index.php?mforum=neatnettricks , with 
friendly folk waiting to help you with your computer and Internet problems (and 
free, at that!)

*  NNT Software Review Panel reports in detail about programs it has worked 
with so you can be a better consumer before you buy.  The Panel's useful 
reports are free for the clicking at 

We're glad to have you on board! Enjoy!

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01.  AUTOVER provides automatic or realtime backup so that, once it is in 
place, files you have specified will be copied in your backup folder or drive 
whenever you save them.  You can exclude files desired and browse your backups 
with the Backup Explorer.  Download free at http://beanland.net.au/AutoVer/ .

02.  PHOTO PRINT CALENDAR.  Create wall calendars, use your own images as the 
main picture for each month, and format the view as you wish.  Download free at 
http://www.freeware-guide.com/rareware/PhotoPrintCalendar.html .

03.  WATERMARK IMAGE.  Protect your images by watermarking them with text or 
another image, setting transparency level, and even resizing the images before 
the watermark is applied.  Download free at http://www.watermark-image.com/ .

04.  PHOTOMEISTER imports photos into albums or from a digital camera; edits 
photos to remove red eye, make color or other adjustments, and optionally using 
an external editor when desired; and, print or package photos for delivery 
through email, the Web, as a screensaver, or even a PDA.  Download free at 
http://www.photomeister.com/info/index_eng.html .

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What does NNT Premium offer that you can't get with the free Standard version?  
Twice monthly in the Premium edition you get at least 12 tips not published in 
the Standard issue.  Additionally, there's a Pick-of-the-Issue tip, a 
"Two-Minute Tekkie Tip" containing some timely advice, a "Spotted On The Web" 
item of interest, and a full-length featured article of real interest to every 
computer user.  Sprinkled throughout Premium issues are contests for software 
giveways and other special reports and features.  All of this comes to you in 
enhanced graphics and no ads.  If you're not familiar with NNT Premium, you can 
get a "sneak peek" of a recent issue at http://www.neatnettricks.com and even 
sign up for a subscription without risk.  I'm betting that you'll agree, $12 a 
year is a bargain for what you'll get in your email box 24 times a year. 

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05.  FREE FLASH WEBSITE.  Create your own free at http://www.wix.com/ with 
simple drag and drop, no programming, and it's search engine friendly.

06.  CALME 2010 lets you create planners and calendars in various sizes, 
formats, and languages and including many picture and color themes.  Download 
free at http://calme.mecoding.com/index.html .

07.  DISKDIGGER recovers files from your hard drive, USB flash drives, and 
memory cards and can scan reformatted or badly formatted disks and disks with 
bad sectors.  No installation is required and download is free at 
http://dmitrybrant.com/diskdigger .

09.  HOTPOP.  If you're looking for a Web-based email program, consider HotPop 
at http://www.hotpop.com/services.hsp .  A free account gets you a 10 MB 
mailbox supported with ads and allows receipt of up to 1,000 messages a day, a 
500 message per day limit for sending messages, and a maximum message size of 
500 KB.  If you need more, prices for premium accounts seem reasonable.

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A couple of reports just for NNT readers, in case you missed them:

"Passwords Are A Necessary Pain" discusses passwords and their value in 
computer security and suggests the best password manager and form filler at a 
price you won't find lower anywhere on the Web. Read this report at 

"Time Can't Be Kept In A Bottle" talks about the ways our computers can get us 
better organized in the new year and provides a special NNT discount for a 
nifty program to do this.  Read the report at 

But hurry with the look. The discounts will soon be history.

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09.  SUMO PAINT at http://www.sumopaint.com/home/ is an advanced painting and 
graphics tool.  You can use it online for free, or download the Pro version for 
an annual subscription fee.  The Pro version is the same as the free version, 
except you then do not have to be connected to the Internet to produce your 
works of art.


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