Google have launched their new “Notebook” which allows you to store images, web clippings and notes. You need a Google account to register. Get your Google Notebook here. You can also view more at the “Google Notebook Overview” page. From Google: Google Notebook makes web research of all kinds – from planning a vacation to […] … Read Article »
This is the second post in the “Managing Web Projects” series, following on from “Managing Web Projects #1 – The Brainstorm“. I have taken the initial mindmap and worked it into what I see is the optimal flow for a web project. It is currently set up to include database integration, but obviously this step […] … Read Article »
This is the third post in the “”Managing Web Projects”” series, you can find the second post “Managing Web Projects #2 – The Workflow” here. So, you’ve been invited to pitch your website idea to a client. This could be your big break and put you on the road to website “”superstardom””. But how do […] … Read Article »
Wow, two posts about Google in one day – and before you ask, no my new job doesn’t involve me working for them! I lied when I said I had no-one to talk to earlier this week, I sent an invite to Gmail (after about 30 minutes of searching for the “Invite” box – GreaseMonkey […] … Read Article »
I think I’m going to find Google Notebook quite handy. What I’ve tended to do when I’ve wanted to keep a website to read later I’ve either emailed the link to myself (where it usually gets deleted in one of my weekly home-inbox purges) or added them to my del.icio.us with a “ToRead” tag, 90% […] … Read Article »
I’ve not had a chance to read it, I’ve put this here as a semi-reminder to myself (naughty me, shouldn’t it do on my “@To Read” context sheet? ) GTD HiFi LoFi Paper This paper is nothing more than a summary and use-case of implementing David Allen … Read Article »
Computer & Software Tips
Ever copy and paste something from the Internet and then into Word only to get the hyperlinks embedded? You can removed them easily with the Macro below. Hit [ALT]+[F11] to open the Visual Basic Editor Go to “Insert” > “Module” and in the pop-up window copy: Sub RemoveHyperlinks()Dim oField As FieldFor Each oField In ActiveDocument.FieldsIf […] … Read Article »
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