I've been using multiple monitors for around the last ten years, and one of the most frustrating limitation of Windows (Windows 95 through Windows 7 so far) is that there is no native support for extending your taskbar. So I worked for a long time, managing my two monitors and their windows by hand, and leaving all of the minimized programs on the primary monitor. Then one … [Read more...] about Display Fusion Review: Strech the Taskbar and Increase Productivity
This article is the third in a series of guides about my experiences using Subversion (svn) for Web Development. These are the articles in the series: 1. A Desktop-Laptop Solution for Web Developers – Using Subversion to Co-Exist (this article) 2. What is Subversion and How Does it Help in the Web Design and Development Process? 3. A Subversion Workflow for Web Developers … [Read more...] about 4 – A Review of SmartSVN–A GUI Subversion Client for Windows
When it comes to my to-do lists and organizing my tasks, I'm a very meticulous person and consequently it's been difficult for me to find To-Do list software that can handle what my task management. I've used Outlook and Thunderbird's task management implementations, and I've used Google Calendar and my Blackberry as well. And while all of these options do have some winning … [Read more...] about My Life Organized Review — A Tree-Based To Do List Program and Possible Ecco Pro Replacement
This article is the sixth in a series of guides about my experiences using Subversion (svn) for Web Development. These are the articles in the series: 1. A Desktop-Laptop Solution for Web Developers - Using Subversion to Co-Exist 2. What is Subversion and How Does it Help in the Web Design and Development Process? 3. A Subversion Workflow for Web Developers and Web … [Read more...] about 6 – Assembla Review – Excellent Free Subversion Hosting
There's a lot of great things to talk about with IDImager, a photo cataloging, management and editing program -- to say the least. But let me first tell you briefly about my workflow and why I had the need for software like IDImager. I shoot in RAW, move to .DNG with the Adobe DNG Converter, select and catalog with Expression, then edit and polish in Photoshop. Because … [Read more...] about IDImager Review — An Expression Media Alternative? An Aperture Equivalent on the PC?