Thursday, September 01, 2005

Using Thunderbird to Get Things Done

entropic principal: Using Thunderbird to Get Things Done:

Using Thunderbird to Get Things Done

In the past few months, I've been trying to apply some of the principles of David Allen's Getting Things Done to my own work habits. This article describes how I've been using a combination of Thunderbird's labels and saved searches to facilitate handling my email inbox in a GTD fashion.

Foxie

Make your Internet Explorer work like Firefox ... OR use Firefox.

Foxie - Complete Privacy, Security and Productivity Suite:

What is Foxie?

Now you can surf the web with ease and comfort. Foxie (fox + ie; pronounced /Foxy/) is a collection of free security, privacy and productivity tools developed by the Foxie Team. It was originally designed to bridge the gap between Internet Explorer and Mozilla FireFox (an open source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation) but soon grew in scope and size to offer additional unique features not found on any stand alone browser.

Foxie empowers you to browse faster, more safely and more efficiently than with any other browser by blending tabbed browsing, ads & pop-up blocking, Malware cleansing and privacy & security protection with our smart search capabilities to enhance your browsing experience. Foxie is not a web browser and fits seamlessly into your IE browser.

Blogma

With millions of blogs, one needs human selection ....

What is Blogma? | CNET News.com:

What is Blogma?
July 12, 2005

Blogma is a special portal designed to highlight the most popular technology topics discussed throughout the expanding universe of Web logs.


ShrinkTo5

The movie industry MPAA sued 3-2-1-Studios out of business ... let's see how long this lasts ... download it ASAP.

ShrinkTo5.com: The Official Site of ShrinkTo5:

ShrinkTo5 is the new, powerful and fast DVD copying engine. ShrinkTo5 has been developed as a cross-platform engine available for free for anyone. To ensure a fast spreading to other platforms ShrinkTo5 is distributed as open-source.

ShrinkTo5 can copy movies with an undeniably superior picture quality. No matter if you wish to copy just the main movie or the whole movie DVD, ShrinkTo5 always produces a superb picture quality, since the ShrinkTo5 engine always concentrates on the main movie. No tedious configuration is needed like with other copying tools, ShrinkTo5 will always find the perfect balance automatically.

Flckr to Magazine Cover

Create a Magazine Cover from a Flckr photo ...

Magazine Cover:

Magazine Cover

Magazine Cover Make your own magazine cover! Be a superstar! Prove to your friends how famous you really are!

The 29 Healthiest Foods on the Planet

From Apricots to Crabs ... a fantastic list of good foods.

The 29 Healthiest Foods on the Planet:

The 29 Healthiest Foods on the Planet

The following is a 'healthy food hot list' consisting of the 29 food that will give you the biggest nutritional bang for you caloric buck, as well as decrease your risk for deadly illnesses like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Along with each description is a suggestion as to how to incorporate these power-foods into your diet.

Dropload

Want to send a file of about 100 Meg to someone - just upload it to Dropload and email the recipient to download it from there.

dropload:

What is Dropload?

Dropload is a place for you to drop your files off and have them picked up by someone else at a later time. Recipients you specify are sent an email with instructions on how to download the file. Files are removed from the system after 7 days, regardless if they have been picked up or not. You can upload any type of file, mp3, movies, docs, pdfs, up to 100MB each! Recipients can be anyone with an email address

RssFwd : Reading RSS the way you are already reading your emails

A simple solution to the whole RSS-jargon-filled concept; read it in your email.

RssFwd : Reading RSS the way you are already reading your emails:

Reading RSS the way you are already reading your emails

Writely - Home

A totaly web-based document create-and-share service.

Writely - Home:

Simple & SECURE web
document sharing.

QOOP flickr Photo Printer

Load your images to Flckr; print a book.

QOOP flickr Photo Printer:

Starting at $15.95 for a perfect-bound book or $9.99
for a poster, turn your images into great gifts.

The definitive collection of idea generation methods

A wonderful site for brain-storming methods.

The definitive collection of idea generation methods:

About my Idea Generation Methods website
By Martin Leith Skip to Index

This website lists and explains every idea generation method I've encountered during the past 15 years. It is the result of extensive research; my many sources include books, management journals, websites, academics, consultants and colleagues.

The methods have been drawn not just from the worlds of creative problem solving and innovation, but also from other worlds such as organisational change, strategic planning, psychotherapy, the new sciences and the creative arts.

The methods are listed below. Each is linked to a description, and in some cases you will find full instructions for using the method to generate ideas.

WSJ.com - Blogger Faces Lawsuit Over Comments Posted by Readers

A ridiculous lawsuit of a blogger because of comments ... it's like suing a building owner because of what the graffiti says on the wall.

WSJ.com - Blogger Faces Lawsuit Over Comments Posted by Readers:

Blogger Faces Lawsuit Over
Comments Posted by Readers

BY DAVID KESMODEL
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ONLINE
August 31, 2005

In a legal case being watched closely by bloggers, an Internet company has sued the owner of a Web log for comments posted to his site by readers.

Traffic-Power.com sued Aaron Wall, who maintains a blog on search engine optimization � tactics companies use to get themselves to appear higher in searches at Google, Yahoo and elsewhere � alleging defamation and publication of trade secrets. The suit, filed in a Nevada state court earlier this month, also listed as defendants several unnamed users of the blog.

At issue are statements posted in the comments section of Mr. Wall's blog, SEOBook.com. Many blogs allow readers to post comments, often anonymously, and Mr. Wall's blog included several reader submissions that blasted tools sold by Traffic-Power.com.

Traffic-Power.com said in the suit that confidential information about the company has been published on the blog, and it accused Mr. Wall of publishing 'false and defamatory information,' but it didn't identify any of the material in question.

Legal analysts said the case falls into somewhat murky legal territory, but that Mr. Wall may have some protection from liability under federal law. Courts generally have held that the operators of computer message boards and mailing lists cannot be held liable for statements posted by other people. Blogs might be viewed in a similar light, they said.

Google Announces Plan To Destroy All Information It Can't Index | The Onion - America's Finest News Source

A very funny piece - with a not so subtle jab at Google's increasing hold on everyone.

Google Announces Plan To Destroy All Information It Can't Index | The Onion - America's Finest News Source:

Google Announces Plan To Destroy All Information It Can't Index