Tag Archive: conjunction

Feb 19 2011

Fast Add – For Dragon NaturallySpeaking [FREE]

I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking a lot and I find that there’s a lot of Internet words that Dragon NaturallySpeaking doesn’t know and while the application is supposed to smartly add those new words to Dragon NaturallySpeaking I find that majority of the time, it doesn’t and knowing that Dragon NaturallySpeaking isn’t going to know some …

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Sep 01 2010

DIGG: Twitter FAIL WHALE, meet BROKEN AN AXLE

Digg used to be the place to go to get your fill on social news, but lately, in conjunction with the release of Digg v4, it’s been down more often than a $5 hooker. In the rings of social news, in the previous version Digg was tolerable, old, but tolerable. Now Digg is supposed to …

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Mar 12 2010

Making Mozilla Thunderbird Slender and Perfect

Mozilla Thunderbird is not one of the applications that I would consider outstanding from a vanilla installation. What make Thunderbird exceptional is its ability to have extensions; to make the program be more than what it is. To have functions that it wouldn’t normally have… This is where you can think of third-party providers for …

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Oct 30 2009

Making the comparison: Replacing WinZIP with 7ZIP

Can everyone agree that ZIP is a standard now? I think it’s a standard now. It’s basic functionality was built in to the Windows XP Operating System; you could open ZIP [compressed] files without doing anything. I’ve an associate that absolutely swears by WinZIP. It’s the end all be all of file compression and all …

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May 08 2009

Outlook: INBOX spelled backwards is a step forward.

When I think of Microsoft Outlook, I think of a PIM, Email, tasks and calendar, but at the same time I think it’s bloated, not flexible enough a memory hog and the search functions are sorely lacking. When you’re working with lots of information in one place you need to be able to get to …

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