Articles Posted in the " software " Category

  • Win7 Install Travails

    Win7 Install Travails

    UPDATE:  I have posted an update, with a re-install attempt that seems to be working. Okay, here we go!  I was excited to have been selected for the Win 7 Launch Party.  I received my “party pack” with my signature...


  • First Look at “Google Voice”

    First Look at “Google Voice”

    I have been a user of Grand Central for about a year now, and have loved it. It lets me give out one number, and route calls to any, or all, or my phones simultaneously.  When I answer one phone,...


  • Improved Kindle Clippings Macro for Word

    UPDATE 3:  Many people come here daily, so I thought I would share the latest I have found about getting your notes and highlights out of the Kindle Apps in iOS and Android.  Go read about it here.  UPDATE 2:...


  • Importing Kindle myclippings.txt into a useful Table

    Importing Kindle myclippings.txt into a useful Table

    In writing my previous blog entry, I sang the praises of the highlighting and clipping feature of the Kindle, and pointed out that it actually makes highlighting “useable” for the reader and academic.  Of course, there is only so much...


  • Interesting things about Blogspot and iRows

    Interesting things about Blogspot and iRows

    I have noticed a couple interesting things, of late. Many of you know I have a “sitemeter” on my blog, which lets me see how many people visit, and it also lets me see generally from where (city, and service...


  • An online Word Processor

    An online Word Processor

    www.ajaxwrite.com First, I wrote about the online Spreadsheet… and now the word processor… Thanks for those of you that commented the first time. Now, my big question: What other applications would you want to see go “online?” A powerpoint-like app?...