Google Notebook Tip #9: “Actions” on Selected Notes

Once you have learned to select one or more notes, you can perform several actions. Read on to see what special actions Google Notebook provides... Once you have selected one or more notes, click the "Actions..." dropdown on the right side of the Google Notes screen. There are currently two actions you can perform on […]

Google Notebook Tip #4: Images: Are They Permanent?

When clipping an image from a Web page, you need to understand one important concept: Google will nicely display images that you clip, but Google does not actually store the image files in your Google Notebook. It only stores an HTML link to that image on the Web. Read on to see how to manage […]

Google Notebook Tip #1: What is Google Notebook?

Google Labs has released their new Google Notebook application which is a simple, online repository for storing notes, images, and "clips" of Web pages. With its optional browser extensions (for Internet Explorer and Firefox only for now) you can seamlessly add content to your Google Notebook while surfing the Web. Read on for some details […]

Gmail Tip #50: Changing Subject Text When Replying or Forwarding

Sometimes, you want to reply to or forward a message, but the Subject text is either annoyingly mangled, or simply unclear. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to clean up the Subject text to make it a bit cleaner? Read on to learn how to simply edit a message's Subject text.... When composing a […]

PDAs: Palm Z22 Review

I've been trying to simplify my life, and one area is in my use of PDAs. I realized that my PDA use tends to have more to do with tweaking and trying to make the device work better than actually using it as a productivity tool. (See my article "PDAs: Back To The Basics".) So, […]

PDAs: Clear Protection For Your Z22

I have always been a proponent of cases for PDA's. I figure that if I spend a lot of money on the PDA, I might as well invest in a case protect it. I stumbled upon Palm's Air Case, and though I don't think it's as robust as Proporta's Crystal Cases (my cases of choice), […]

PDAs: Back To The Basics

A recent article on Palm247.com discussed moving to the Palm Z22 as a method of simplifying things got me thinking about just how I use my PDA. I have been reading David Allan's book "Getting Things Done" (GTD), and it has prompted some serious pondering about the fact that so many things in my life […]

Google Calendar - A Quick Tour

Google's new Calendar service is very interesting not just because it has an excellent interface, but because of its depth in features right out of the starting block. With features like calendar sharing, event searching, SMS notification, and a host of other goodies, it is sure to please most from the start. Read on for […]

Gmail Tip #45: Backing Up Your Gmail Account

Gmail is an excellent service, but I sometimes get concerned about the security of keeping all my messages in one place. It's not a "privacy" concern, but a "data integrity" concern: If my Gmail account somehow gets corrupted or blown away, I don't have anything to fall back on...until now. By simply using Gmail's POP3 […]

Gmail Tip #44: Using An Email Client

Gmail's POP3 access lets you leverage third-party Email Clients like Outlook or Thunderbird, giving you the flexibility you want. Read on to see some quick tips inspired by "Edwin" and "Zavie" on configuring and accessing Gmail's POP3 access... POP3 email clients are common, handy tools to enable you to manage your email online or offline. […]
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