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Carl Struyk

Member since: Jan 3rd, 2006

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Apple patent suggests notebook docking station (TUAW.com)

Jan 4th 2008 12:03PM what if the screen on the iMac was actually a larger touch sensitive screen and a smaller touch-screen tablet is popped in. The iMac could have all the socketry we expect on a laptop that may be missing from the new uber-tablet....

Scrybe - the online productivity suite I'm dying to try (Download Squad)

Oct 20th 2006 11:15AM This is just what we need right now. I've tried all manner of other online calendar apps and just always find that one of them has a feature that I like and another has a different set of features that I like. I think we are all too fussy nowadays!

Top Mac feed readers face off (TUAW.com)

Oct 7th 2006 9:01AM NewsFire for me. I've had a look at Google Reader and actually like it as I use gmail and prefer the way things are expanded and so on. I have used Vienna and would probably be using that if I hadn't already purchased NewsFire!

Gmail gets a real Delete button (Download Squad)

Jan 21st 2006 5:53AM If wou want this button (and the web clips feature) try switching your language settings to English (US). I changed mine from English (UK) as I'm in England and lo and behold - the button and webclips appeared!!

Gmail gets a real Delete button (Download Squad)

Jan 20th 2006 11:02AM I have the firefox extension that adds a Gmail delete button (greasemonkey script, I think) installed and I haven't seen a second delete button appear... My Firefox extension delete button appears to the left of the Archive button.

Ask TUAW: how to sync between Address Book and Gmail (TUAW.com)

Jan 3rd 2006 11:25AM I'm still waiting for Gmail to offer a way to store your contacts in such a way that EVERYONE you email doesn't clutter up your contact list! Maybe allow your important contacts to be marked with a star (like the emails) so that you can occasionally delete all the non-starred contacts (meaning your important contacts are the only ones left).