Microsoft has released its flagship note taking software OneNote for the Android platform. Microsoft OneNote app for Android is a free software that allows you to create up to 500 notes on your Android cell phone.
Easystroke is a gesture recognition application for Linux. It allows you to control computer programs with hand drawn mouse gestures.
Gestures or strokes are movements that you make with your mouse while holding down a specific mouse button. The default in Easystroke is the middle button of your mouse. But you can change it to any button (combination) of your choice by changing it in the preferences window.
If you are working on a presentation, chances are you will be adding a couple of diagrams to your slides. Adding diagrams in your slides increase their visual appeal and makes the audience receptive to your talk.
If you are stuck with a bunch of text files which contain a factual error and you urgently need to correct the same, then the obvious recourse would be to open each text file individually and search and replace the text. This process is very laborious and time consuming especially if the number of text files runs in 10s and 100s.
Osmo is a free personal information manager (PIM) for Linux. It consists of a Calendar, Tasks manager, an Address book, and Notes – all integrated in a compact interface. Osmo provides all these functions in different panes/tabs. And your data is stored in a plain XML database.
Q10 is a minimal text editor that packs quite a punch. It eliminates all distractions while you are writing. All of 400 Kb, this is a fully portable text editor that you can carry with you while on the move.
Minimal as it is, Q10 has a number of features that are very useful for writers.
Doit.im is a very good online task manager that is free to use by anyone. In my quest for better task management tools, I came across this cute web based solution that helps you remain focused and save time.
Here are some of the advantages of using Doit.im to manage your day-to-day tasks.
One of the most effective techniques of staying organized and being productive is by creating and maintaining a list of tasks you want to accomplish. You should regularly track and update what is on your list and try to follow it within the schedule.
Chandler is a software which allows you to do just that. Chandler (in the words of its developers), is an open source note-to-self organizer designed for personal use and small group collaboration.
Do you want to help your parents learn how to use a computer ? Are your parents technophobes ? Then help is at hand.
A few enterprising people at Google have put together a site that could be a help to parents.
Thinking Rock is a cross platform Java program designed to supplement David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” Methodology. It is released under the Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL) and can be used for free.