Monthly Archives: September 2010

Blio, new eBook reader, is here. It even smells fresh and clean.

Blio eReader launched yesterday on the Windows platform. I nearly missed this one but an author I follow on Twitter Jim Hanas, a New York writer, has already launched his two ebooks through the Blio free book section. The Store. … Continue reading

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Damn and blast sodding copyright laws and all the publishers who sail in them.

Damn and blast sodding copyright laws and all the publishers who sail in them. Continue reading

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Things I learned this week.

Audio Notetaker the “software package which enables you to make better notes through working with audio” can cope with the index bookmarks you can add to tracks as you record them on your digital recorder so when you import the … Continue reading

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Google priority inbox – when delete is not an option

A new Gmail refinement is coming over the next week or so – Google Priority Inbox. It’s an automated filtering service that sifts through your email and sorts them into 3 categories: Important and unread. Starred stuff you need to … Continue reading

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