Engadget gets hands-on with the Samsung Origami

Leave it to the guys at Engadget to snag the internet’s first quickie review of a real Origami machine.  Their first thoughts – um, nothing special.  The Samsung model they played around with was a pre-production unit, so there still may be some changes in store, but overall it didn’t come across as being revolutionary.  […]

Agilix ships GoBinder 2006 (finally)

GoBinder 2006, one of the best note-taking solutions out there for the Tablet PC has finally shipped.  For those who aren’t familiar with the product, GoBinder is essentially a digital notebook and PIM for students…although it is a really powerful tool that can be used by just about anyone.  This update to GoBinder was very ambitious, […]

Guy Kawasaki points us to Karl Hartig’s incredible data chart creations

Guy Kawasaki points us to a collection of charts that Karl Hartig has generated over time using all kinds of interesting data.  Not only are some of these charts visually stunning, but they provide a way to show trending data in a more dramatic fashion.  In other words, the data comes alive on these graphics.  Definitely worth […]

FeedDemon 2.0 Beta lookin’ good

Nick Bradbury has been dropping hints about the latest iteration of FeedDemon for quite some time now. Well, yesterday he unleashed a beta of FeedDemon (2.0 Beta 1) on us. I can affirm what others are saying about the beta by declaring it a winner myself. The big wins for FeedDemon users include both small […]

Congratulations again to Marc Orchant!

Just like he says here, January 2006 has been a great month for fellow GTD’er, TabletPC’er, Weblogs Inc colleague, and pal Marc Orchant.  The most recent buzz that Marc has generated is around an article that was published in American Airlines’ in-flight magazine American Way.  Time Bandits does an excellent job of describing the power, […]