There is just no alternative for this option. Egretlist extracts the checklists in evernote onto your itouch or iphone. I want this in the evernote app!
Just because you disable right to click, doesn’t mean you can’t. This firefox add on re-enables right click. Watch out schools. 😉
Looks like the number of pixels is the most important factor. Personally, I love my multiple monitor setup, but this does make sense. (I’m forty and don’t see hugely well for the really small pixels, though.)
“there’s an optimal number of pixels you need to complete the tasks you need to complete. Worry about that number, not the number of monitors you have. That optimal number, for the vast majority of people is about 2500×1400. In 2003—before widescreen became commonplace—it was the case that 2 17-20″(2560 pixels wide) LCDs was the only affordable way to acquire an optimal number of pixels. Today, you can pick up a 27 inch display with 2560×1440 pixels along with a computer attached to it for under $1500. This number of pixels allow you to accomplish most tasks—whether it’s writing code and debugging, writing a blog post and reading primary sources, or editing one spreadsheet with data from another.”
For those who don’t use Evernote (guess there are some) and have Windows 7 – this gadget for Windows 7 lets you create a scratchpad that automatically sends the notes to Google Docs.
This really cool app is a lifesaver with working with the computers of others. System administrators and IT support who work on PC’s with windows will want to take a look.
Another great Windows 7 list. I particularly like how this teaches you how to tune your monitors. Great for those of us who use multiple monitors!
If you’re using Windows 7, this is a great list. If you’re a system administration you MUST READ this list as there are many reasons in here to upgrade to Windows 7 including the problem recorder feature.
FYI. Windows XP Service Pack 2 and lower is no longer getting security updates from microsoft.
Vista SP 0 won’t either. Make sure you and your organization have updated older service pack
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