You don't have to be a Geek to appreciate all of the free software and other goodies floating around in Cyberspace.
But it helps.
Have a problem with your PC or Mac? Want to make it do something it can't (or won't) do? Chances are somebody has come up with a program that does exactly what you want.
For Years Microsoft Office and Wordperfect from Corel have been pretty much the only viable options for PC users in need of a professional office productivity suite.
Sun MicroSystem's release of StarOffice 5.1 changes the picture considerably.
What do we like about it?
It's innovative. And, oh yeah, it's absolutely free.
Here comes the Sun
Microsoft owns the browser market, a fact which distresses many long time Net users, not to mention the U.S. Justice Department.
Download the competition
The simplicity of using email to communicate with friends and coworkers has revolutionized communication and commerce.
But what you include in your email can land you in hot water.
Disappearing Inc. has the solution
A hot new startup has the kind of product that silicon Valley executives have been dreaming about since the glory days of Netscape's IPO
You love your boss.
And your boss loves you. Yet somehow you get the feeling life would be sweeter if you could show him (or her) what you're all about.
Show 'em who's really boss with this slick program to generate really cool charts and graphs for your presentations and web pages.
The MP3 craze has seen the release of what seems like hundreds of competing players web surfers can use to download and organize MP3 files.
The latest generation of MP3 players puts a digital jukebox on your desktop
With so much out there, the best job hunting strategy may be one that combines the latest technology with a little brain power.
Put your own job bot on the case
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