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Caffeine for your Mac

Sometimes it’s the small things that make a difference. In this case a friend of mine referred me to a very clever little utility called Caffeine. From the¬†product’s webpage: Caffeine is a tiny program that puts an icon in the … Continue reading

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Some bookmark sanity

Since my “clean” installation of Leopard I’ve been making a point to avoid making a mess of my “personal information space.” One area of marked progress has been my bookmarks. A lot of my time is spent demonstrating our products. … Continue reading

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Leopard

I am finally a Leopard user! I had been holding off pending the release of what I’d hoped would be a final release of my contact manager (Daylite from Marketcircle). Unfortunately, I was faced with waiting until mid-January (the next … Continue reading

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Getting Things Done & OmniFocus

As a fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (aka GTD) approach to task management I was eager to see a “proper” implementation. I’ve experimented in the past with kGTD (the creator of kGTD has joined OmniGroup in a marketing … Continue reading

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