April 2004 - Posts
Some tools people probably don't know about which they should know about :)
Office 2003/XP Add-in: Remove Hidden Data
Speaks for itself, it removes the hidden data from office documents, from the reviews I've been reading it saves a lot of space.
Records shoutcast streams to MP3 files, can record a lot of streams at the same time.
Seems like a very handy app to run when your in need of some new mp3 files for your portable mp3 playing device.
The replacement of windows find that I've been using for a while its very good and very fast.
The IE replacement, tabbed browsing, popup blocker, skinable, form autofiller, html source viewer ( override annoying protections ), auto translators, search bar, grouping of websites...
Judging from the people interrested in Biztalk here I thought this might be a good link to post:
A Biztalk DNN site including blogs, news and webcasts.
It was hyped for a while with noone knowing exactly what it was with the only information being an icon of a white big thingy, spitting out emails.
And now it's here: http://channel9.msdn.com/
It's a site where MS employee's do a sort of video interviewing of each other looks nice, but probably a little light on the technical side.
A site which I would say is underhyped to compensate: http://www.ragingsmurf.com/
is a site which contains a lot of usefull VB.NET snippets.
Well it seems that google will indeed be making public it's mail service quite soon with press reports coming up on a lot of different places.
1 GB of storage
Ads served according to what is in the email.
Update: Review available: http://miscoranda.com/102
I have yet to see this work, its kind of hard not imagining this to be the new warez swapping service with that much storage.
One of the best things about this service is that you kind find your email back a lot faster then with filters.
Luckily there is a program out there which already makes finding things in your email a lot faster and easier.
You can download it at: http://www.x1.com/download/download_ie.html?c=find
It's really really fast and helps alot when you have a lot of email.
Another way to manage mail which seems quite promising can be found here:
This is an application which automaticly creates category's of emails without the need for manually setting up directory's