Daily Blog Post 08/19/2008

  • Looking for a simple yet powerful to do list software? Just Try uOrganized today….

    uOrganized 2.0 released, more powerful, more flexible and more productive.

    (Click on the image enlarge)

    To do list, task list and notes organizer software

    Take Free Trial

    * organize your tasks and notes hierarchically in folders and subfolders and/or in tags

    * a calendar will help you to manage and filter your task and to do list easily

    * set priorities to your tasks and attach rich text notes to them

    * drag and drop support and tags/contexts for using Getting Things Done(GTD) method

    * advanced tasks filtering by Status, Tags, Priority, Begin date, etc…(11 fields), manage multiple filters and quickly switch between them from a Filters List Panel

    * find information quick with the ’search as you type‘ feature

    * advanced remider system allows you to get notified by email or SMS

    * backup all your data automatically, you won’t need to spend time making backups

    * set passwords and encrypt your database so you can store any kind of information

    * select an optimized layout that is custom-tailored for your work habits(e.g. layout to implement GTD, one for a more complex task management, another to keep just a small to do list , etc… – preview below)

    * use hotkeys to work faster

    * Outlook synchronization

    * can be run from USB stick

    * change the interface appearance (choose from a selection of 25 skins) and many others…

    tags: todo, organizer, software, shareware, gtd, selfmanagement

  • pptPlex is a plug-in that explores an alternate method for presenting a PowerPoint slide deck. Using pptPlex, you can present your slides as a tour through a zoomable canvas instead of a series of linear slides.

    tags: powerpoint, offfice, add-in, free, labs, software, plugin, presentation

  • I often get asked about the pros and cons of using SharePoint Designer versus custom site definitions for branding purposes. There seems to be a great deal of confusion surrounding this topic so I’ll offer my two cent’s worth in hopes that it clears the air and helps you, the SharePoint developer or administrator, make a more informed decision on which to use and where.

    tags: sharepoint, moss, wss, comparison, blogarticle

  • tags: codesnippet, c#, programming, database, image

  • Welche Technologien bringen eigentlich ‚was? Wann lohnt es sich aufzuspringen? Diese und ähnliche Fragen höre ich immer wieder von Konferenzteilnehmern oder bei Beratungen. Sie sind Zeichen der Ratlosigkeit angesichts einer kaum mehr überschaubaren Zahl von technologischen Optionen. Wer eine Fachzeitschrift wie die dotnetpro liest, der hat deshalb Anspruch, dass sie ihn darüber informiere, was lohnt und was nicht lohnt.

    tags: blogarticle, education, selfimprovement, knowhow


Ein Gedanke zu “Daily Blog Post 08/19/2008

  1. Have you tried the GTD Outlook plugin? Just search on Google for it. I’m not super pleased though. I love the GTD methodology of course (in fact, i’m going to see David Allen speak next month). I just found his plugin too complex. I created an addin that is much simpler called Outlook Trackit. Might want to check it out.

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