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The Internet Tourbus is another source of good up-to-date tech information and news.
Once again, you might find it surprising that I'd be recommending what looks very much like competition to Ask Leo!. I'll say it again: the internet's a big place and there's room for all of us. I'm happy to point you to yet another resource that I know might help you get useful information about technology and the internet.
The Internet Tourbus is a free email newsletter published roughly weekly, with a supporting website full of useful internet related information and tips.
To quote their site:
TOURBUS is a free email newsletter, read by about 100,000 people in 130 countries around the globe. Your tour guides Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen (also known as the "Click and Clack" of the online world) explain Internet technology in plain English, with a dash of humor. Since 1995, Tourbus riders have been getting the scoop on Search Engines, Spam, Viruses, Cookies, Urban Legends, and other topics. We also give you in-depth reviews of the most useful, fun and interesting sites on the Net.
If you like Ask Leo!, there's a pretty good chance you're going to like The Internet Tourbus.
It's another resource for getting topical and useful tech information.
I recommend it.
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