Don’t expect to find Swype in the Android Marketplace, but I’d like to echo Michael Arrington’s call to run, not walk, to your closest internet pipe. The beta of this keyboard replacement app is only available to download for a few days and you don’t want to miss this. In less than 12 hours (since […]
Tracking my hours has never been this easy… All it took was signing up on this free website and programming their number into my cell phone. It’s called Jott.com and it’s what keeps my head clutter-free and in a (more) Zen state of mind.
Google opens up a trove of data for users to harness and build into their own websites… The Basic Idea: Allow users to create and publish spreadsheets with dynamically updating data online to their own websites. The method used to cull the data is quite easy -a little too easy if you have a desire […]
If you don’t use MS Office applications, here’s your opportunity. If you do already, you can probably make use of this too – I’m just a little too nervous of screwing up my Office 2003 installation… The heads-up on this interesting offer: Microsoft has generously decided to give away the beta version of their Office […]
Full Featured, Free & a Cinch to use… If you’re familiar with 37signals’ “Backpack” application, you’ll have no problem getting used to it’s half sister – Zoho Planner. Zoho.com (a competitor of 37Signals) has just released an upgraded version of this personal/project planning application. I found it much more streamlined and less cluttered than it’s […]
In the mood for some academia? Then The National Academies Press is just what you’re looking for. Here is a snippet from their About page: The National Academies Press (NAP) was created by the National Academies to publish the reports issued by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of […]