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Free DVD Cloning Software | Amazing! | Friday Fun

A bit of a “grab bag” for you today – enjoy.

Let’s get started, shall we?..

• The folks at BDlot wrote me and informed me that they have released a new, upgraded version of their flagship, all-in-one DVD backup software, and to help promote it, are having a giveaway.

Our newly-upgraded BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate 3.0.

In addition to maintaining abilities of burning DVD and backing up DVD as ISO image/Video_TS Folder/MPEG2 file, BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate 3.0 presents two new functions: directly write Video_TS folder and ISO image to DVD, and emulate virtual DVD drive to mount ISO image. This more comprehensive version helps users to:

  1. Realize the direct backup of DVD to blank DVD disc, DVD to ISO image, DVD to Video_TS folder, ISO image to DVD and Video_TS folder to DVD without help of any third party program.
  2. Conveniently access programs, game and system software that are published as ISO image files; and use ISO file repeatedly in a faster and more efficient way.
  3. Freely use up to 23 DVD virtual drives emulated in their computer.

Your readers are welcome to see more giveaway information on http://www.bdlot.com/giveaway/. Use free license BU-TTTDYZYG-GMFGEP to activate it before Oct 20, 2011.

• Today I received a flyer from my preferred gizmo and gadget store (Micro Center). In it, I saw a 2TB hard drive being advertised for $70, and once again, I had to say “wow”, shake my head, and – once again – appreciate Moore’s Law.
I remember the days when the idea of fitting two terabytes on a single drive was an idea roughly comparable to flapping your arms and flying to sun – never happen – and giant 20 Gigabyte drives cost almost as much as a used car…
Amazing.

(I wrote on this some time ago now. Did you see it? A trip back to the land of Mega)

• Friday Fun videos have become a bit of tradition around here.

Quote of the day:An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” ~ commonly attributed to Benjamin Franklin

The weekend’s almost here.. and it’s a gorgeous day here in the Silicon Valley.. yay!

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October 14, 2011 - Posted by | computers, Internet | , , , , , ,

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  1. […] Tech-for Everyone Free DVD Cloning Software | Amazing! | Friday Fun […]

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    Pingback by GEEK SQUEAKS’ (#57) – Awesome Flash Drive, Microsoft Security Essentials, DVD Cloning and Fun, Microsoft Photo Gallery Features, and Moving Your Blog « What's On My PC | October 14, 2011 | Reply

  2. Supposed to be rainy and windy tomorrow and the rest of the weekend. But, hey, got some free DVD backup software(Thank you techpaul and BDlot) and a cool video. :) And I got about 2 hrs of Warehouse 13 and 30 mins of NTSF.SD.SUV to watch.Plus some silver stars. Life is good!

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    Comment by delenn13 | October 14, 2011 | Reply

    • BION (Believe It Or Not), I heard about your 100 Kph wind..

      And that occasionally there is humidity there..

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      Comment by techpaul | October 14, 2011 | Reply

      • Urban Dictionary: bion

        Lake Erie dictates our weather. We had temps in the 90’s here in the summer and the humidity was really bad. Usually we get the same weather as Buffalo, NY. So when you see the reports on CNN about the snow storms..that’s us too. About 5 years ago, we had a freak snow storm in the middle of Oct. Took down a lot of old maple and oaks. Branches were everywhere because the leaves were still on the trees. We lost our electric for 7 days and I lost all my food in my freezer. 3 people actually died from NY because of it. freak october snowstorm buffalo – Google Search

        Now…. to do some stuff and then..watch my shows.

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        Comment by delenn13 | October 15, 2011 | Reply

        • delenn13,
          I hope you now have a generator….

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          Comment by techpaul | October 15, 2011 | Reply

          • Got one the next week…when the prices went back down and they actually HAD any in the local stores here. Gouging &*&*%*%%&$#^&^&((()!

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            Comment by delenn13 | October 15, 2011 | Reply

            • delenn13,
              There can be a mighty fine line between gouging and “supply and demand”…

              And a generator is, IMHO, simply a wise investment.

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              Comment by techpaul | October 15, 2011 | Reply

  3. WOOHOO! Found out about this from the GOTD forum…In celebration of version 3.60, the Personal Lifetime License is offered at 50% off

    The Personal (Home Use) License for Sandboxie:

    Is personal and is not transferable into computers or electronic media that you do not own;
    But does permit you to use Sandboxie on any number of computers that you personally own;
    Covers the current version and all future versions of Sandboxie;
    Removes the nag screen that initially appears after you have used Sandboxie for more than 30 days;
    Enables the Forced Programs and Forced Folders features;
    Allows you to run programs in more than one sandbox at the same time (see message SBIE1303);
    But does not entitle you to any guaranteed level of technical support.

    All of the above applies to both the lifetime and limited-time licenses.

    Price excludes VAT for European customers.
    Price in USD and other currencies varies according to Euro conversion rate. Please enter the online store to see the actual price.

    OK..NOW I am officially busy. BTW any of my links you can use..if you see fit. And don’t forget to check out The False Positive Report – Prevention through Accountability and Transparency – Portal

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    Comment by delenn13 | October 15, 2011 | Reply

    • delenn13,
      Thank you. I will spread the word on this great deal on this Top Drawer program.

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      Comment by techpaul | October 15, 2011 | Reply


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