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Getting Things Done Software Systems (Part 1 of 2) (Download Squad)

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.

Google Calendar can help MD's with their practice (The Unofficial Google Weblog)

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.

The Intel Macmini is perfect for HDTV (Engadget HD)

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.