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General Computing:



  • Lockergnome Linux Fanatics (was Penguin Shell)
    from Lockergnome
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.lockergnome.com
    INCLUDES: "the latest from the Linux community, open source projects, command line assistance, desktop environment downloads, distribution news, cross-platform tools, and general help for those exploring the 'alternative' OS!"
    READ: online at http://channels.lockergnome.com/linux/



MS Office:

  • Exchange Messaging Outlook
    from Sue Mosher
    SUBSCRIBE: via blank message to emo-newsletter-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
    INCLUDES: "a biweekly newsletter about Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Outlook"
    READ: archives at http://www.slipstick.com/emo/index.htm
  • Woody's Office Watch
    from Woody Leonhard
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.woodyswatch.com/office/index.asp
    INCLUDES: "weekly email bulletin for the Microsoft Office user, abuser, victim, pandit or pundit. If you use Office -- and you know enough not to swallow the Microsoft Party Line -- you need WOW."
    READ: archives at http://www.woodyswatch.com/office/index.asp
  • Woody's Office for Mere Mortals
    from Woody Leonhard
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.woodyswatch.com/wowmm/index.asp
    INCLUDES: "Peter Deegan and I put our heads together, and came up with an interesting idea: why not publish a tutorial companion to WOW? That way we can fill in the details for folks who are coming up to speed on Office, and give them the background they need to become more proficient, and understand the implications of all the new developments in the Office milieu."
    READ: archives at http://www.woodyswatch.com/wowmm/index.asp
  • Woody's Access Watch
    from Woody Leonhard
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.wopr.com
    INCLUDES: "directed specifically at Access users. If you're new to Access, we'll take you by the hand and show you how to get started. (In fact, I think WAW's initial issues have the best introduction to databases in general, and Access in particular, that's ever been printed.) If you're beyond the newbie stage, but need real-world advice on solving real-world problems, WAW will ring your chimes. And if (heaven forbid!) you're an Access programmer, we'll keep you up-to-date on all the latest techniques, bugs, security exposures, and everything else Microsoft wouldn't dare mention in public."
    READ: archives online at http://woodyswatch.com/access/index.asp
  • The Office Letter
    from Jim Powell
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.officeletter.com/
    INCLUDES: "Our weekly newsletter helps you get the most out of Microsoft Office 97, 2000, and XP. You'll find news, advice, tips, tricks, and opinions, plus reviews of the best in office products and Office add-ons."
    READ: online at http://www.officeletter.com/


  • Lockergnmome Digital Media (no longer active)
    from Lockergnome
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.lockergnome.com
    INCLUDES: "MP3s, streaming audio and video destinations, online radio stations, skins, interesting multimedia hardware and software, desktop wallpaper, Webcam pages, DVD reviews, and anything remotely entertaining."
    READ: online at http://www.lockergnome.com/issues/digitalmedia.html



Software Development:



  • Lockergnome Web Developer (was Webmaster Weekly)
    from Lockergnome
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.lockergnome.com
    INCLUDES: useful information and resources for the novice and no-so-novice web builder
    READ: online at http://channels.lockergnome.com/web/
    from Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen
    SUBSCRIBE: at http://www.TOURBUS.com
    INCLUDES: "Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of the Web, master the search engines, debunk urban legends, and more. Net gurus Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen (aka the "Click & Clack" of the online world) explain Internet technology in plain English with a dash of humor, in a FREE twice weekly email newsletter."
    READ: online at http://www.TOURBUS.com



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last edited 28 November 2006 by Steve Lasley