I'm fairly new to the TOH forums and so far have found them a source of excellent advice during my recent basement remodel.
When I needed tips on Earthquake Retrofitting, I got solid guidance. When a plumber made swiss cheese out of my joist I got detailed technical advice on joist-boring codes and how to shore up the load. Finally, when I was utterly confused about Vapour Barriers the TOH community cleared things right up.
So what does my experience have to do with Home Networking Software? Stay with me
I'm so grateful to all the help that I want to give back!
I'm the CTO of a small software company in Seattle called Pure Networks. We make a home networking product that makes it really simple to network your PCs and Macs together. For example if you have a few PCs at home you can use it to be able to print to the same printer from any PC. If you have a wireless network it will help you secure it so that neighbours and free-loaders can't get on it.
It's called Network Magic.
I asked our marketing team if I could 'donate' ten free copies of Network Magic Pro (Retails at $49.99) to the TOH community and they agreed.
So if you are interested in a copy they shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a FREE product key.
Thanks again for all the help!