Archive for the ‘Shareware’ category


August 11, 2006

Pierre Chatel’s blog’n stuff has the latest FREE version of Sidenote, a slick little app that attaches to the side of your visible screen real estate in a tray like format. I think I’ll find it VERY useful for keeping my voicemail messages. Multiple notes possible… Tagging and Spotlight searchability? Don’t see tagging. However, just typed a very specific and unique key sequence in sidenote, copied it and pasted into Spotlight and it indeed found it.

Nice implementation!

Camino, Gecko and Mac Browsing

February 19, 2006

So, Om Malik helped announce to the Mac world Camino 1.0 went official on us on Valentines Day.

It took me a little while to catch up on email replies and RSS feeds. So, after tending to the blocking and tackling of the day, yesterday I downloaded Camino and immediately felt like something basic was missing… and it’s RSS. (more…) v iTunes

February 18, 2006

I love my music. I don’t have much come to find out. But, what I do have… I like. A lot!

So, when I saw over at Joi Ito’s Web about his investment in it just so happened at a time when my need for music was peaking. So, I hustle over there only to find out I reg’d for this thing back in March of ’05. I could have been enjoying all this great music going on a year. Ah, wasted youth!


Bare Essentials of Mac Share/Freeware

February 18, 2006

You know, there are some really terrific little apps out there for Macs. We’re not the “have nots” of the computing world some would paint us out to be. Here’s a nice little conglomeration and I’ll be putting more together soon.