Monthly Archives: February 2003

Atomz vsPicosearch vs Google Site Searching

For a long time, I’ve used two search engines— Picosearch and Atomz—
to provide online searching of the LangaList standard edition archives at Langa.Com. These
online archives are available, free, to everyone. (LangaList  Plus!
subscribers have an even better search option that works locally, off their hard
drive— it’s not web-based— that includes all Standard and Plus content. [ http://www.langa.com/plus.htm
] These Plus! edition archives are in Windows Helpfile format and can be
searched at the full speed of your PC, not at the speed of your web connection.
<g>)

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2,600 AndCounting

Over twenty-six hundred of your fellow readers have “Loaded the code.” Please click over to
http://www.langa.com/code.htm , and maybe you can join them! (If you’ve already “Loaded The Code” and are wondering if your site will appear here or on the Langa.Com web site, please see
http://www.langa.com/link.txt )

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Last Days To Enter February’s FREE Drawing

On Feb 28th, I’ll choose another monthly winner of a no-strings $30 Gift Certificate for any item at Amazon.Com— books, software, hardware, kitchenware, toys… To have a shot at winning, just use the following link to recommend the LangaList to a friend. Your friend just may find a new source of useful information; I just may gain a new subscriber; and you just may win a $30 shopping spree! (Full details also available via this link):
http://www.langa.com/recommend.htm

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Free Spy-Blocker

Hello Fred, This is in connection with spysites, since I see that you are
heavily
involved in spy- and antispamware….

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Windows’ Multiple Methods (And A Faster Swap File Fix)

One of the strengths— and weaknesses— of Microsoft software is that there
are usually about nine different ways to do something. On the plus side, that
means you can accomplish a given task using whatever way "feels" right to you—
no matter how you do it, the end results are the same..

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…and Using Windows’ “Networking Wizard”

(Continued from above:)

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More Do-It-Yourself Networking…

Hi Fred, GREAT letter, useful in the extreme! Thank you for all the time and effort
you put into it.

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