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B.C. Tietjens

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Born and raised overseas in a military family, B.C. Tietjens visited and lived in many places all over the world. He has worked on a number of publications and enjoys writing for different audiences, on such diverse subjects as relationships, technology, prestidigitation, self-improvement, entertaining children, and biographical stories. He currently writes primarily for Freewaregenius and enjoys the heck out of it.

Build castles and enjoy MMO action with King Arthur’s Gold

I currently use a fairly old Acer laptop as my primary system. That being the case, I am always on the lookout for good,...

MMO gaming meets RTS action in League of Legends

Lately I have been delving more deeply into the realm of free multiplayer games, as anyone who reads my articles can tell you. My...

Get Multiple Translations Fast with QTranslate

With the advent of the Internet, it's become common for people that speak different languages to converse on a regular basis, either for business...

Three Great Free Games for Android: Asteroid Defense, Zenonia 3, and Vampires Live

It was only recently that I personally joined the ranks of those who own an Android, and I have been scouring the Android Market...

Take a virtual vacation to the Virtual Island of Entertainment (VIE)

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Organize your notes visually with Atelier Iroha

Let me introduce you to my new friend. It’s called “Iroha”, which means “The basics” or “The ABCs of ”, roughly translated from Japanese. Iroha...

Access favorite applications and URLs right from Windows’ context menu with Context Menu Editor

Have you ever wished you could access a favorite program or website right from the right click context menu on your desktop ? Well...

Chrome Remote Desktop provides free remote screen sharing from within Chrome

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Explore And Converse On Your Favorite Subjects With Subjot

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GearMage helps organize your mail and photos

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0 A.D. brings fresh life to RTS gaming at no cost

0 A.D. is a real time strategy (RTS) game produced by Wildfire Games. Currently in it’s Alpha testing stages, this game is shaping up to be...

Instant Messaging Services compared: which one is right for you?

It seems like there are hundreds of different Instant Messenger (IM) services out there these days, which can make finding the right one for...

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