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8 Giu/09

3Banana Keep Notes Tidy with Hash Tags [Notes]

3Banana Keep Notes Tidy with Hash Tags [Notes]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’re looking for a simple way to take, store, and share notes in the cloud, 3Banana makes organizing your notes easy with notes based on in-text hashtags. You can sign up for an account at 3Banana or use your existing Google credentials to jump right in and try it out. You can create basic notes simply by typing in the dialogue box, or enhance the note taking process by including HTML tags and images. 3Banana...

8 Giu/09

Table of Condiments Tells You When to Toss the Mayo [Eat To Live]

Table of Condiments Tells You When to Toss the Mayo [Eat To Live]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’ve ever wondered whether a bottle of salad dressing or a jar of mayonnaise is still good, the Table of Condiments might be able to help. I don’t know about you, but every other week we go through the fridge and wonder what needs to be thrown away, playing the guessing (or sniffing) game with everything. The table of condiments—made to look just like a periodic table from chemistry class—tells...

8 Giu/09

Snow Leopard Releases in September, $29 Upgrade from Leopard [Snow Leopard]

Snow Leopard Releases in September, $29 Upgrade from Leopard [Snow Leopard]

Earlier today we covered rumored pricing for Windows 7 upgrades; now, live from Apple’s WWDC event, it looks like we’ve got an official upgrade price and rough release date for Snow Leopard, Apple’s update to Leopard. The price tag: $29 for a single upgrade, $49 for a five-user family pack. The release date: September. Considering Windows 7 is dropping October 22nd, it looks like this fall is going to be an all-out OSgasm. [Gizmodo] Continua a leggere –...


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8 Giu/09

Livekick Searches and Finds Local Concerts and Tickets [Notifications]

Livekick Searches and Finds Local Concerts and Tickets [Notifications]

Keeping tabs on when your favorite bands will go on tour can be time intensive, especially if you’re fond of many groups. Music site Livekick will do the legwork for you. After you sign up (just enter your email, password and username), choose a default location for Livekick to search for concerts. You can import favorite artists from your iTunes library as well as Pandora, last.fm, Rhapsody, iLike, and other music accounts, or you can manually add new artists. Livekick will then...