Nov 02

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, also known as the IEEE have approved the 802.11n Wi-Fi Alliance certification.

You may be using 802.11n already.

Check your device. For the last few years, manufacturers have been confident enough in the draft 802.11n standard that they have been making products that already support it, calling them ‘draft n’ or ‘pre-N’ devices. Continue reading »

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Nov 02

KwiClick

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KwiClick

There are few Firefox add-ons that are as consistently useful as KwiClick.

Using the modern web requires a lot of searching. Content is always changing and the sources from which we get our info and data can sometimes seem to change from day to day, and sometimes hour to hour, as feeds, aggregators and syndication sites pass pages and post back and forth. Your as likely to find what your looking for from a search page as from a list of bookmarks, and sometimes faster. Continue reading »

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Nov 02

The Twitter Option

Twitter is officially launching Lists, its new feature to organize the massive group of users obsessively sending out 140 character messages.

via Twitter Lists You Should Follow.

Twitter can be an awesome source of news and information. The real-time search and ‘push-update’ options mean that you don’t have to spend alot of time digging with Twitter, as you watch the stream of posts go by, you can pick out the ones that interest you. Continue reading »

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Nov 02

What’s a GTD?

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“A vast majority of professionals are in “emergency scanning” mode. Their self-management consists of checking for and acting on the loudest immediacies – in email, in the hallways and on the phone. Everything else is shoved to the side of the desk, and to the back of their mind. Because they’re focused only on “priorities”, and are paying attention only to the most in their- face stuff, everyone else has to raise the noise level to “emergency” mode to get any audience at all.” – David Allen, Wired UK article July 2009.

via A vast majority of professionals are in “emergency scanning” mode | GTD Times.

IT professionals can tell you. Too often, the amount of information that the typical information worker, IT support professional or office worker can be overwhelming. It seems like half our time is spent just managing email, newletters, RSS feeds, chats and various and other assorted minutia that really can be a big distraction from what it is that we are setting out to get accomplished by way of technology, not necessarily with the intent of having to work on the technology itself. Continue reading »

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Nov 02

Google Music Search

“MySpace has the world’s largest database of live events, and iLike has already built some of the world’s best concert-discovery features available online,” Courtney Holt, president of MySpace Music, wrote in a blog post. “We’re delighted to have implemented the first structured integration of concert data into Google search, and this is only the beginning of our efforts to innovate in the live event space.”

via Google Music: What Were Ticketmaster And Facebook Thinking?.

Google Music, now available at Discover Music will help you find just what your looking for. Search options include; artist, title, publisher as well as the ability to find music just by your memory of a few lyrics of the song. Google search’s indexes are /that/ thorough. Continue reading »

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