Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.
There are many resources for tech information on the internet today. These are a few of my favorites that I think may be useful to you as well.
Born out of the things that annoy us about Microsoft Windows, annoyances.org has become a useful reference site for issues with Windows.
Bob Rankin runs a technical Question and Answer site much like Ask Leo! - he's another good resource for your technical and computer questions.
Ask Dave Taylor is another resources for getting your technical questions answered online.
BigBlueBall.com is a valuable source of information and support for users of instant messaging and other social media tools.
As much as we use it daily, Google and searching in general, remains a massively under utilized tool and skill.
MacMost: a site dedicated to helping you get the Most From Your Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV.
Sometimes the best resource for information about Microsoft products is, in fact, Microsoft's own support site.
ScamBusters.org is a web site and resource dedicated to educating people about keeping themselves safe from internet scams in all forms.
Every day we're faced with outlandish claims and unverifiable statements. Now, more than ever, it's important to be skeptical on the internet.
The Internet Archive is a fascinating collection of site archives, snapshots and other data recording the internet's growth and history.
Spam is a an internet plague that affects us all. The Spam Primer is a one-stop site for learning about and dealing with spam.
The internet is full of seemingly bizarre terms and acronyms. Webopedia is great resource when trying to understand just what they mean.
If you use Microsoft Word at all, you'll probably have frustrations or at least questions. Word Tips has the answers to the Microsoft Word problems.
refdesk.com is a reference portal containing links to hundreds, if not thousands, of quality reference resources on the internet.