Image via Wikipedia Boxee, the awesome media center application that aggregates many online media sources onto one platform is opening up next month for anyone who is interested in a beta. I’ve been on the alpha, and love it. This integration has me seriously thinking dropping the dreaded cable bill. boxee blog » opening up […]
Image via Wikipedia MindMeister, an online mind mapping tool I wrote about a while back, has recently been updated. Some highlights: New Features: Links on ideas (URL and email links, links to other maps and nodes) Note and link previews Automatic layouting (no overlaps) Automatic canvas resizing (for large maps) Export as PDF Start new […]
There are few web 2.0 companies that get as much positive buzz as 37Signals does. For the uninitiated, 37Signals is the company behind some of the more practical web applications and productivity tools available today. One of their most popular applications, Backpack, was recently updated. Essentially, backpack is a light wiki-type application that allows you […]
Wikis can be a powerful tool to collaborate with a bunch of people, manage notes, and meta-tag all types of content for future reference. With all their strengths, however, one of the biggest fall backs of the wiki is the inability to be productive in a wiki environment while disconnected from the cloud. Well, that […]
A while back, I mentioned that 37Signals was working on an integrated calendar for its wildly popular Backpack online application. They released this integration today, and it looks impressive. I’m no longer a paying Backpack user, however David is and has a nice writeup of what calendaring means to Backpackers.
Well, I shouldn’t say that with such excitement, since I put a lot of time into customizing Squible for this blog. Overall I like the look of this theme, but as it stands today, it is awfully flaky on some browsers….especially the beta Microsoft IE 7. I know that is more the fault of the […]
I signed up for the new gmail for your domain service that Google is beta testing (isn’t Google in permanent beta mode anyway?). Well, I just received an invitation to turn on the service, along with the option to add up to 25 users to that domain. At first glance everything looks just like gmail, […]