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12 Set/10

Get organized with Getting Things GNOME

Get organized with Getting Things GNOME

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Getting organized is, for some, a constant struggle. The PC is supposed to help us…does it? For some it does. For some it does not. For those that have trouble getting organized on the PC, a special tool is some times necessary. Getting Things GNOME is a GNOME tool that takes the task list to the next level. GTG allows for tag-able task, add sub tasks, includes a plugin systems (with plenty of included plugins),  and...

2 Lug/10

Manage your tasks in Linux

Manage your tasks in Linux

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We all have too much to do. So much so that we need tools to keep track of everything we need  to do. It used to be we just slapped sticky notes everywhere to remind us what was coming up, what we had to buy, what we had to do…everything. Now we use various applications to handle this task. Linux, of course, has no shortage of tools to keep track of your tasks. In fact, one might say Linux has too many todo list tools....

7 Ago/09

Microsoft Releases Windows 7 Upgrade Chart [Windows 7]

Microsoft Releases Windows 7 Upgrade Chart [Windows 7]

Today Microsoft made Windows 7 available to their MSDN and TechNet service subscribers, and to help prepare you for the impending release, the company has also produced an official upgrade chart. (Click the image above for a closer look.) According to ZDNet, “the blue boxes are for custom (clean) installs; the green boxes mean you can do an in-place upgrade.” Granted, a chart’s better than nothing, but folks (like ZDNet’s Ed Boot) are also calling it out for being...




14 Apr/09

What You Should Do When Your Internet’s Out [Outages]

What You Should Do When Your Internet’s Out [Outages]

A while back, we wrote about hypothetical internet outages . These days, with bandwidth caps and cable cutters kicking whole areas offline , we’ve got suggestions for the best uses of time when a disconnection really happens. Photo by adactio . Take the 20,000-foot look at your to-dos This is terminology used specifically in some productivity systems, but we’re using it in an almost literal sense. When the work’s stacked up so high on your desk that you can’t see...