10 Popular Web Tools for Computer Technicians

 

From web design to network troubleshooting, the list of ways a CoSci major can use the internet to make money just keeps growing. Below are some of the best resources online for anyone who’s tech-savvy, from graduates to 30-year veterans.
1. Web-developer’s handbook 2.0 (http://www.alvit.de/handbook/ ). Packed with four columns of links so long you could probably spend the rest of your life just following them, this site has everything from CSS to AJAX to fashion to Javascript to…well, just about everything. It’s like the dictionary: you don’t read it cover to cover, you use what you need and put it away until next time.
2. Flashmo.com (http://www.flashmo.com). Want to use flash on your website but aren’t really sure how? This site has everything flash you could ever need, like .FLA source files, flash templates to use in your own site, even a 3D photo gallery. Everything is free and licensed for use on commercial or personal websites, too, so no worries about whether or not you’re allowed to use anything.
3. Hostmonster tutorials (http://tutorials.hostmonster.com/). Hostmonster has a vested interest in making sure you can do pretty much anything you want to with their web hosting service, so they’ve compiled this list of a million and one video tutorial links on it. FTP, email, publishing with dreamweaver, website troubleshooting—it’s all there.
4. Trend Micro HouseCall (http://housecall.trendmicro.com/) Next time your Aunt Burma calls up and says, “I think my computer has a virus,” you can just tell her to go to this site. Or maybe not, depending on how computer-savvy Aunt Burma is, but you can use it to check for viruses, worms, Trojans, and spyware of all kinds.
5. you get signal (http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/) Great tool for use as a port scanner, checking for open ports on your connection, or to find out if you have server apps that are being blocked. Bonus: the reverse email lookup tool allows you to find out who keeps sending you that awful spam all the time.
6. whatisthatfile.com (http://www.whatisthatfile.com/) Clearly designed by engineers who care nothing for what a website is supposed to look like, this site focuses on what’s really important: what is SVChost.exe, anyway? And what about Wmiprvse.exe?
7. Yousendit (https://www.yousendit.com/). Ever had to send a large file, but your email just won’t take it? Yousendit specializes in unlimited file size sharing for a relatively low cost (around 50 bucks a year). Now you can send large driver files to yourself, then get them on the road or even on your mobile in order to use them at a client’s house.
8. DLL-files.com (http://www.dll-files.com/). It’s the beginning of the kiss of death for PCs: a “Couldn’t find fill-in-the-blank.DLL” error message. Use this site to download any .dll file you need and install it free of charge. If you don’t want to do that, they also have a “dll files.com fixer” that should take care of it for you.
9. Zamzar (http://www.zamzar.com/). Quite possibly one of the most useful sites you will ever hear about. File conversion for image files, document files, music files, video files, e-book files, and even random ones you’ve never even heard of. Simply upload the file or type in the URL, enter your email address—and sit back and wait for the money, baby.
10. iptools.com (http://www.iptools.com/). Another very useful site for anyone involved in networking. All kinds of good stuff, from a URL de-obfuscator to DNS lookup.

 

10 Best Physical Therapists In The NFL

 

The 10 best physical therapists in the NFL did a lot to earn spots on this list. It is hard enough to get a job as a physical therapist in the NFL but to be one of the best takes even more. Here are the 10 best physical therapists in the NFL and what they needed to earn this achievement.

A Good Education

The basis for every good physical therapist is a good education. To be a physical therapist in the NFL this means the right credentials from one of the many colleges that boast exemplary physical therapy programs. The best physical therapists in the NFL went to the right schools and they studied hard to become experts in this field.

An Excellent Track Record

An excellent track record is essential to be on this list. This track record begins before a physical therapist even makes it to the NFL. They need to prove themselves enough to be entrusted with these high performance athletes who need to be ready to play or the whole team suffers.

Once these physical therapists have proven themselves then they need to keep doing so. This is one career where no one can rest on their laurels. They have to keep providing top notch physical therapy to all the players so that those players are ready and in peak condition for every game.

They also need to assist with the rehabilitation of all those who get injured in this rough and tumble sport. A physical therapist in the NFL is only as good as the work that he or she is doing in the present. The players aren’t the only ones who constantly have to be at the top of their game.

The Right Connections

The right connections help physical therapists to get into the NFL. Stop for a moment to consider just how many physical therapists out there would like these prime positions and then realize just how few positions there are compared to the number of individuals who would do just about anything for a chance to fill one of them. No one makes it onto this list without having the right connections so that they can show off just what they can do. Or what they can help the players do.

Knowledge Of The Needs Of NFL Players

These best physical therapists know the needs of the players that they work with. They know exactly what to do to get them into playing shape and how to keep them there. This knowledge of what NFL players need and the ability to provide it through physical therapy services is what has made these NFL physical therapists the best. They have proven time and again that they have what it takes to get the job done so that the game can be played the way it should be played.

21st birthday gifts to her

Camping Gear. If your dad likes to camp, there’s always something he needs or wants for his next trip! If he’s a backpacker a lightweight sleeping mat would be a treat or a headlamp. An emergency firestarter is always handy and is an inexpensive and thoughtful gift.

For the Grill Master. Is your dad a gas man or a briquet purist? Does he like to smoke his 21st birthday gifts creations or put them on the rotisserie? A rotisserie is a great addition to anyone’s grilling accessories if he doesn’t have one already. If he’s the kind of guy who likes to try new things maybe a cookbook just for grilling.

Gadgets and Pocket Tools. Used to be no man felt dressed without a penknife in his pocket, is your dad one of those? A new Leatherman tool may not be as small as a penknife but some of them are pretty small and awfully handy almost as handy as the classic and ever-useful Swiss Army Knife.

Wired In. I guess you’d really have to say wireless, not wired in these days. If your dad likes to keep himself connected all the time through his smart phone or notepad he would probably appreciate and extra battery or charger cord, maybe one for the car if he doesn’t have one already. Bluetooth headsets have become so reasonably priced and easy to use that they really are essential for someone who spends much time on the phone. The clarity on a good one is so much better than a cell phone speaker. Dad would really enjoy one of the new light-weight ones that are available today.