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Title: Member's Websites
Post by: SpyDie on May 15, 2006, 02:30:15 PM
It was suggested we have a place for other member's to show off/link to their websites. Feel free to post links to your sites here, with descriptions.

Come on now, don't be shy!  :D
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: GR@PH;<'S on May 15, 2006, 02:35:28 PM
This is a site that links back us here at LzD (https://www.landzdown.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fsmilies.sofrayt.com%2Ffsc%2Fwhistle.gif&hash=0484d764561a620b3440c6ea9b8a1289)
but then I do have a vested interest in it  :hysterical:
taktmobiles (http://www.landzdown.com/)

A Professional mobile phone unlockeers,
 only genuine electronics used to unlock your handset
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Edited by GR@PH;<'S The site like me has now been Retied
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GR@PH;<'S   :breakkie:
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: mitch on May 15, 2006, 03:20:29 PM
my site ( homepage) deals with web safety, settings, and free protection/prevention software ;-)
to view it, just click my signature ;-)
if you visit, if nothing else read Tony K's " how did i get infected"
the latest report i read said a new computer without current anti-virus and working firewall has a life expectancy of less than 20 min !!!
you need to set IE  and OE correctly if you use them ( i recommend Firefox and Thunderbird myself), and have some anti-malware on your system or you will be a bot, or a full screen of popups ;-)
i have screenshots on how to install AVG and some info in french too

site info is kept current by a goat,doggie,  ghost and a Phantom
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: mitch on May 15, 2006, 04:58:13 PM
i am doing this for my roomate, he has problems ( birth defect , no thumbs, and built close to the ground)

he was rescued and now lives with me, had a tough life as it shows in a piece of missing ear and a pellet lodged in his skull.
but the pellet doesn't bother him and i found i just put strong magnets around the yard and he won't
 run off and makes it easy to find him  :help:

so he has a website, but i have to do the work


http://members.accessbee.com/mitch/play_area.html (http://members.accessbee.com/mitch/play_area.html)

first pic is right after his mommy left him here



Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: jamesk on May 15, 2006, 05:46:12 PM
When I am not at home watching my garden grow or playing an occasional round of golf I spend my time bird hunting in Nevada..

Here is my website.. http://home.surewest.net/jamesk/pictures1.html (http://home.surewest.net/jamesk/pictures1.html)

Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Goatie on May 16, 2006, 11:39:39 AM
Well... a bit embarassing to show such an oldie but it is my site all done in 1998 when all was safe and we could run a PC without even a antivirus.... Imagine!!!! eheh! I was hooked on applets then... and they had me go through sleepless nights trying to figure them out but that was part of the fun... Sorry, but most of it is froggy poetry... and applets... so it might not show right for most of you... but all is ok with IE browsers.

If ever you reach the page about my 2 sweetheart grand-kids... they are now 13 and 9... so you will see that it is a very old page... eheh!  :lol:

However, there has been a link to Landzdown there ever since Landzdown was born! :-)

http://webperso.mediom.qc.ca/~helgart/ (http://webperso.mediom.qc.ca/~helgart/)
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Die Hard on May 16, 2006, 07:14:38 PM
Goatie :)

What a beautiful site you´ve got there. I didn´t understand a word but it was still mesmerizing.
And the music is also very good, you had the good taste to choose "Duelling banjos" to go with the wonderful images:
http://webperso.mediom.qc.ca/~helgart/flozoid.html

Die Hard :)
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Skittles on May 19, 2006, 03:30:07 PM
As many of you know Security Central is my "home" site.

http://forums.security-central.us/index.php (http://forums.security-central.us/index.php)

Landzdown is my second home!  hehehe  And MalwareComplaints is another site that you can find me alot.
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: GR@PH;<'S on May 22, 2006, 07:48:12 PM
Another good place to visit is "Ghosts Markers" (http://www.bbusa.net/ghost1/ghostsmarkers.html) by our friend  (https://www.landzdown.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbusa.net%2Fghost1%2FSmallGhostLight01.gif&hash=58ba4dbcd20a1196eb021c12389f3ed7) (http://www.landzdown.com/index.php?action=profile;u=100)

GR@PH;<'S   :breakkie:
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: jsky on June 19, 2006, 02:03:37 PM
I started my site three years ago. I did it to see if I could. Had no Idea what I was doing but I got one up and running. Boy was I happy when I got a couple of hits on it at the time. With-in the first year I was surprised by how it took off.
 Not bad for a first try. I haven't changed it at all. Just keep adding to it. Tho some have said I should change the appearance. Why mess with a good thing I allways say.



Here is my site, Which is also my sig.
http://members.rushmore.com/~jsky/ (http://members.rushmore.com/~jsky/)
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Corrine on June 28, 2006, 01:02:29 AM
A new endeavor: 

:rose: Security Garden, Where Everything is Coming Up Roses (http://securitygarden.blogspot.com/)
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: JOSEPH on October 21, 2006, 03:41:52 AM
After months of absence in my new work and also replacing expired power supply boxes in my units i finally can access the web. It's like discovering a long lost relative after many years of being missing but here i return again.

I discovered my own Amusement Park Website is still up and accepting views so here is my little addition that i put together while i was still green under the collar as to  do  with webservices and the like. I hope some find at least the colors and music to their tastes, i favor 60's style old radio variety and pop hits but it was really intentded for a local audience where at one time it was America's Most favored family Park and amusement rides facilty. ONCE-UPON-A-TIME of course.

Feel free to check out the VALID url: http://www.fontaineferrypark.us (http://www.fontaineferrypark.us)

Thanks
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Felburg on November 04, 2006, 06:25:35 AM
I offer computer help on my website.  Check out my signature for the link.
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: mikey on November 06, 2006, 07:09:30 PM
Hey ya'll,

Well, we've started a new one...not much to see yet...perhaps [username] can help us fix it up some; Mikey's Stuff (http://forums.voiceofthepublic.com/mikey)

We're already starting to see some very talented folk join up...some you may already know. :)

I personally like best talking about site and server admin as well as knowing a little about web parasites and security issues. NW likes best making and talking custom emoticons and avatars...graphics in general. But we'd love to have your experience too.

TIA

Corrine, thx for inviting me to make this post.

NW says 'Hi'

Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: mitch on November 06, 2006, 08:24:47 PM
hi Mikey

i'm pretty busy trying to figure out this "linux thing" a bit and have some things going on at the home front now

but i have a suggestion
i would say take a look at "filezilla"

http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/ (http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/)
i've been using it for a few years and they keep making improvements and filezilla 3 is in a beata mode now
i'm kinda a lightweight and just using my dialup's  webspace.

and my dialup seems to be the biggest threat to my site at times ;-D

   Ability to resume Uploads/Downloads (if the server supports it)   
    Custom Commands
    Site Manager with folders
    Keep Alive system
    Timeout detection 
     Firewall support
     SOCKS4/5 and HTTP1.1 Proxy support
      SSL secured connections
      SFTP support
      Upload/Download Queue 
      Drag&Drop
      Multi-language support
      GSS authentication and encryption using Kerberos

Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Assarbad on December 17, 2006, 03:18:25 PM
Here we go, some of my sites:

Assarbad's (private) website (http://assarbad.net/) and blog (http://blog.assarbad.net/), as well as the UltraVNC forum (http://forum.ultravnc.net/), DDKWizard (for Visual Studio 2002, 2003 and 2005) (http://ddkwizard.assarbad.net/) and WinDirStat (Windows Directory Statistics) (http://windirstat.info/). Currently in the works IDA Palace (http://idapalace.net/), which I took over from Dennis.
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Andy on April 05, 2007, 10:56:11 AM
This is a small project that I've been working on; still quite young, but deem professional, range of packages, custom ones included.

We may be young, but we have an extensive support team on hand to answer your support requests.

http://www.vealhost.com (http://www.vealhost.com)
</advertising>
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: mitch on April 05, 2007, 01:37:04 PM
great graphics but a small bobo on shared hosting page

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f you require further assistance or you hold any questions or queries about these packages or services
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Andy on April 06, 2007, 03:01:39 PM
great graphics but a small bobo on shared hosting page

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f you require further assistance or you hold any questions or queries about these packages or services

;-) Corrected
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Aaron Hulett on April 06, 2007, 03:31:07 PM
http://www.aaronhulett.com - once in a while I actually blog something (usually when Corrine goes, "Gee, Aaron, I was at your blog recently, and...").

Aaron
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: James on April 15, 2007, 09:04:40 PM
WindowsTalk: www.windowstalk.org

I 'took over' this site (with permission) which had long gone unused since the days of Win98. I wiped all the content, got myself a nice template and went to work. Previous to this, I had a subdomain on the mvps.org server, but I always wanted my own domain. "WindowsTalk" was such a good name and I was glad the folks that owned it at the time gave it over to me. I also own VistaTalk.ca (http://www.vistatalk.ca), but it's just setup as a pointer to my Vista page at WindowsTalk.
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: techie on April 27, 2008, 04:23:15 AM
Goatie :)

What a beautiful site you´ve got there. I didn´t understand a word but it was still mesmerizing.
And the music is also very good, you had the good taste to choose "Duelling banjos" to go with the wonderful images:
http://webperso.mediom.qc.ca/~helgart/flozoid.html

Die Hard :)

I have to agree with Die Hard , but I have one extra an interpreter in the house, my oldest has studied French for 4 years now and is pretty fluent. 
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: sjb007 on May 03, 2010, 05:24:36 PM
Hi all  :hallo:

I see this thread has not had a reply for a while but I thought I would add my site here, just a personal hobby/project mainly aimed at helping people stay safe online.

My site can be found here >> http://www.TheVirusMan.com
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Clark76 on May 03, 2010, 10:50:20 PM
To be honest I forgot all about this thread.  Hate to follow up with Steve well designed site but here is mine: www.Clark76.com
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Malou on June 09, 2010, 12:58:01 PM
Hi now I'm back again  :D
And this time at my own (without a Companion) and it's Feelgood.

WP-Blog
Dator & IT-Säkerhet (http://www.saswsupport.se/)

Forum:
Dator & IT-Säkerhet Support (http://www.malou-aswsupport.se/index.php)

MVH
Malou
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Corrine on January 06, 2011, 01:24:23 PM
A new endeavor: 

:rose: Security Garden, Where Everything is Coming Up Roses (http://securitygarden.blogspot.com/)

Hard to believe that was four & a half years ago! 

After encouragement from a couple of friends, I created a Security Garden Facebook Page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Security-Garden/179634742058491). 
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: sjb007 on January 16, 2011, 02:04:21 PM
Nice one Corrine, I have placed 'like' on the page. I also have a facebook page but configured as a group - feel free too look around >> Malware Woes, Viruses, Rootkits, Trojans, Oh my gosh! (http://www.facebook.com/Percyonline#!/group.php?gid=354422621109)

 I hope you don't mind but have given you a mention there  :D
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Corrine on January 16, 2011, 03:24:53 PM
Hi, Steve.  Of course I don't mind the mention.  I've joined your group.  I went with a page instead of group since I was pretty much just looking for another media for sharing information.  As new as the page is, I am quite amazed at the number of "strangers" who have clicked "like".
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: sjb007 on January 16, 2011, 03:59:32 PM
Thank you very much for joining. would you mind me linking up to your articles too?

I think you chose the best method by using a page rather than group, the reason I say this is because the groups have changed since I set mine up and the admin side of things is very basic and limited. However with mine being an older group I have the older controls integrated which gives me a touch more flexibility.  If I was to use facebook as a method of promoting computer security today then I too would have chosen a page. :D

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I am quite amazed at the number of "strangers" who have clicked "like".

I was expecting to have about 20-30 members but it has expanded to over a hundred!!
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Corrine on January 16, 2011, 05:22:10 PM
would you mind me linking up to your articles too?

Of course I wouldn't mind!   Thanks.

I noticed you have over 100 members. 
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Shax on March 08, 2012, 06:42:28 PM

For the past 2 years I've been working between India and Bhutan. So many friends and family kept asking for info and pictures that I forgot to whom I'd told what, or which photos were sent to which person, so I recently started writing a blog, especially on the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan...

If anyone is interested in this fascinating place, please feel free to visit!

http://landscapebhutan.blogspot.com

I'm currently in Oz for a couple of weeks to meet the grandson who was born while I was in India, but am heading back next week.

Regards to all,
Shax
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Corrine on March 08, 2012, 08:56:53 PM
Absolutely fascinating!  The finished water feature is going to be very impressive -- as was The Banyan. 

Thank you for sharing.
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Frands on March 09, 2012, 05:04:20 PM
Shax,
Very interesting site and fine photos. Thanks for sharing! :)

One of the photos I like is this  photo for some reason  :thumbsup: :

[Photobucket image removed -- Corrine]
 
Where's the Labour Inspectorate ?   :blink:
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Shax on March 11, 2012, 09:34:20 PM
Labour Inspectorate?   :police: :confused:

We give these guys hard-hats, plus safety belts and harnesses, then lecture them about using them. 5 minutes later they discard the lot and continue like that... :thud:
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Frands on March 13, 2012, 08:46:30 PM
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Where is the Labour Inspectorate?   

Just typical danish taste of humour ;). I can just imagine what would happen if I built up a scaffold like this one here :shock: . It would be an "tourist attraction" within 10 minutes. But it is a good photo because it shows a bit about culture and people doing things different and simple in the other end of the world. Thanks for sharing! :)
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Shax on March 14, 2012, 12:50:26 AM
 Then you'd like this one when we were welding the roof trusses?
A bit dark, but I'm sure you get the picture... :blink:

[Photobucket image removed -- Corrine]
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: sjb007 on March 20, 2012, 06:48:38 PM
Some great photo's there in your blog. I do like the background picture too!
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Corrine on June 06, 2013, 05:30:19 PM
sjb007 hasn't posted a link but LzD members will want to check out Thunderbyte (http://www.thunderbyte.co.uk/).  In particular, take a peek at the "Other Links" page.  ;)

Thank you! :rose:
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: sjb007 on June 07, 2013, 06:24:36 AM
Thank you for the mention Corrine, it is much appreciative. 

:flowers:
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: Shax on June 07, 2013, 01:49:13 PM
Excellent work, sjb007...I know so many friends that need to read and heed (see what I did there?) your blog page, but unfortunately, the ones who need it most are the ones who won't pay attention to it...however, I'll persevere and send out links to them!
Title: Re: Member's Websites
Post by: sjb007 on April 28, 2014, 06:11:19 PM
Hi all - Just a quick post to say my site thunderbyte is no longer running, this is mainly due to my time being diverted elsewhere due to my voluntary role that I lead and my role in computers have fell by the wayside a little to say the least. If you have any links to thunderbyte on your site then you may wish to remove them to prevent any dead links. I would like to say thanks to everyone at LDZ for your support that you have provided here. Keep up the good work guys.

Cheers - Steve  :thumbsup: