Member since: Nov 16th, 2006
Jan 17th 2007 1:58PM Welcome, Sue! May your downloads never get stuck in the catastrophic tubes of the internets!
Jan 4th 2007 1:54PM I'll ad another recommendation for KeePass. There is a toolbar for IE which is supposed to automatically fill in the password forms, but it is currently broken.That being said, I still prefer KeyPass to just about any password manager out there (RoboForm is the other one I really like)
Dec 26th 2006 5:32PM It's a little cake filled with some sort of cream.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twinkie
Dec 24th 2006 7:24PM Three cheers for Download Squad. One of the best blogs on the planet (I'd love to put "the best", but Lifehacker is amazing too...)Have a merry Christmas. May you live long and propser.
Dec 21st 2006 4:21PM And here's a selection for those who use Yahoo! Widget Engine.Christmas Tree:http://widgets.yahoo.com/gallery/view.php?widget=41025Christmas Lights:http://widgets.yahoo.com/gallery/view.php?widget=35818Tinsel:http://widgets.yahoo.com/gallery/view.php?widget=41006There are more, but I can only enter 3 URLs.
Nov 16th 2006 6:03PM I did try RemoteCalendars, but didn't particularly like how it worked. When syncing, I've had it lock up Outlook several times. I have no need for PDA synchronization, so this solution is perfect for me.
Nov 16th 2006 11:05AM There's only one thing you can say about this.Yahoo!
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