This is great, once you have a PayPal account:
Category: Web Sites
Shipping labels by PayPal
article #1239, updated 441 days ago
article #1190, updated 556 days ago
did the job very well.
Download OneDrive for Business
article #1142, updated 681 days ago
Great place for legitimate downloads of commercial music
article #1105, updated 790 days ago
Everipedia: Replacement for Wikipedia
article #1075, updated 845 days ago
I imagine some readers are aware, and probably many suspect, that Wikipedia editorship has been taking large numbers of valuable articles out of commission in the last year or two, and refusing publication of many others, for widely questioned reasons. Happily, well-equipped others have noticed, and have set up a replacement:
It has everything Wikipedia does (Wikipedia licensing requires permission to copy), plus more and more.
Very interesting employment / jobs web site
article #1033, updated 995 days ago
Rather nicely set up:
United Parcel Service and Firewalls
article #1019, updated 1040 days ago
A page has been recently deleted from the UPS web site, which included:
If I connect to UPS servers through a firewall, are there any known issues?
Because the response from the UPS server may show as unsolicited to your firewall software, you may need to configure your firewall software to accept messages from our unique range of UPS IP address ranges: “207.24.0.*”
At this writing, an in-site search on http://ups.com and a Google search still brings up the page reference, but the page is gone.
Download Internet Explorer 11
article #996, updated 1145 days ago
Today I found it ridiculously difficult to download IE11 on a Windows 7 box which had not seen updates in a while. If you suffer so, browse here:
Offline installers in many languages.
Control your Googly Data
article #971, updated 1242 days ago
Google stores all of your historical Google searches, YouTube video searches and views, and lots of other interesting things. Here’s a new tool to control this.
Current Resilio (btsync) Repository for Debian and Ubuntu
article #968, updated 1244 days ago
The current one, official, is described here: