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My name is Tony Lopez, and I like pizza. And technology, of course!
That's why I have built this site. I wanted to share as many high quality tech dictionaries and useful tech resources with as many people as possible.
Contact me if you see a great site or resource that can help other people learn more about technology.
This website includes over 650 articles on photonics, laser technology, fiber optics, lightwave communications and general optics.
A comprehensive computer reference manual which includes over 20,000 definitions, covering both software (including operating
systems) and hardware.
A trustworthy guide which can help beginners discover the meaning of various terms and definitions that are used in the IT
A Dictionary of Computing -
Claims to be the most up-to-date and authoritative computing guide. And you know what? It may be true! This dictionary contains
close to 7,000 entries, covering networks, databases, XML, and so on.
The Computer Dictionary has almost 15,000 computer-related terms. The website allows you to search for a particular term, or
browse the listings alphabetically.
Includes thousands of technology terms. The key topics are computers, Internet, emoticons, chat abbreviations, HTML tags,
domain name suffixes, etc.
The Ultimate Dictionary of Marketing Terms You Should Know -
A tech resource that not only defines each term, but also offers helpful resources for people who want to learn more about a
Thousands of tech terms explained using plain language that can be understood by anyone.
A list with close to 15,000 computer terms and definitions. Includes the word of the day, a random term generator and the top 10
most visited pages each month.
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, aka FOLDOC, contains acronyms, tech jargon, information about the most used
programming languages, various tools, operating systems, networks, and much more.
An online dictionary which allows you to look up tech definitions. It's got the "term of the day" feature that can be found on a few
more sites, but it also features quizzes, which can help people learn their tech terms much faster.
Unlike other tech dictionary sites, Techopedia's terms include additional resources that help explain the words much better (think
related resources and real world examples).
Webopedia is an online tech dictionary for students, educators and IT professionals.
Create your own interactive map fast, and then embed it into your own website. No need to install any piece of software or code
A virtual warehouse for Wireless ISPs, manufacturers, integrators, city governments, property companies and various resorts. Stocks
hard to find Ubiquiti & MikroTik items. A great source of hardware for my network-related projects.
One of the easiest to use infographic makers. The free account is limited, but the paid version costs only $3 per month. A must
have for people who want to add reports, graphs and infographics to their blog posts.
A powerful, 100% vector graphics editor. It's similar with CorelDraw, but without having a price tag! Works with the SVG file format.
Combine pictures and narration to create exciting presentations, and then share them on the web.
A fantastic, free digital audio workstation which allows you to record, edit, and then mix your music on Linux, OS X and Windows.
A simple, easy to use photo editing application for Windows, which reminds me of the good old Paint Shop Pro, while it was
developed by JASC.
The equivalent of the application above, but in your browser. Open and save images either from/to your computer, or from/to the
Record video and audio on your computer, and then save the output as AVI or Streaming Flash Videos (SWFs).