Member since: Mar 1st, 2006
Aug 15th 2006 12:29PM I'd add a another important component - search. I have found that I carefully file things for two reasons: I want to see related items, or I want to be able to find it easily later. I'm trying ClearContext, which does a great job of automatically filing things, and a great job of creating logical views. (Especially if you download the TWC add-ins for a great calendar + task pad view). My nit with CC is that it would be great if it made guesses on topics based on your past choices, but as-is it is great for such a new tool. My complaint in general with Outlook is that it stops at the PIM boundary. There is no view that holds PIM items - mail, appts., tasks, notes, and work products - documents, drawings, excel files, etc. I use Google Desktop to tie things together, and to address the find it later part. CC files things very cleanly, but it's still faster to hit "CTRL-CTRL keyword" and get an organized view of all items - PIM, files, web history, in one place.
Apr 26th 2006 8:01AM The way things are going in the US, you could have patented that idea! Clever way to use the tool.
Mar 1st 2006 9:10AM Clever - it's the mac for your HDTV only if all your content comes from a DVD or the network. Until EyeTV updates the software, I doubt it will capture or display in real time. According to http://www.osxhax.com/archives/000063.html, the 1.42 GHz mini was able to drive 720p and 1080i content from EyeTV, so the Intel ought to also.
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