Make Tag Clouds for Your Windows Files
Avg Rating: 0Do you think tag clouds are the best way to explore a topic? Some people prefer tag clouds over traditional search options since they let you think find things based on general categories instead of exact keywords. Now I happen to think that Windows Search does a pretty good job at finding the…
uTodo: A Portable GTD App for Windows
Avg Rating: 0uTodo is a small, lightweight, and portable version of Veetosoft’s more full-featuring GTD (“getting things done”) application called uOrganized. The application is basically a task list and organizer, but it’s more feature-rich than many of the basic “to do” list programs out there as it allows…
Automatically Organize Your Movie Collection
Avg Rating: 0If you’re a Media Center PC user with a large movie collection, you’ll want to go grab this small .bat file created by Jon from thehtpc.net. The file will organize your messy, unorganized movie collection for you automatically – all you have to do is click. To use the file, just place it into your…
TagClouds in Your Outlook
Avg Rating: 0Control your mail, web 2.0-style! Taglocity is an Outlook add-in application that works with Outlook 2003 or 2007. The Taglocity add-in lets you tag your email with various labels that reduces the need for organizing your email in hierarchical folders and subfolders. Using technology similar to spam…
OneNote for Office 2007
Avg Rating: 0Gather your information in one place, find what you need fast, and share your notes and information. Get started with the new OneNote. Download it now, test it out in your browser, or buy it right now. But first, of course, watch this piece and find out what's new in 2007!
ClearContext: Prioritize your email!
Avg Rating: 0Is your email Inbox an unmanagable trash fire? Deva Hazarika, CEO of ClearContext, stopped by to show me how their Outlook addition will apply logic to your inbox, sorting and sifting your emails in ways that make you an efficient comm machine. Working like a digital butler, ClearContext watches…