Microsoft has released OneNote, which is its first Microsoft
Officeapplication for iOS devices. OneNote is a note-taking
application, which is very popular with Windows tablet users. With
OneNote you can create and view notes and also sync them across multiple
platforms and devices. Created notes can contain text, pictures,
bullets and checkboxes.To use the application, you will need a Windows
So instead of just cleaning up your nasty room…
When uncluttering and organizing a room using the tabula rasa method, you start by moving everything — absolutely everything — that isn’t affixed to the walls, floor, or ceiling out of the room. As you’re pulling out the items, group them together by type on your dining room table or on a tarp covering the ground in your garage or back yard (assuming it’s a day when it’s not expected to rain). Shoes should be piled with other shoes or can openers with other can openers.
Then you take out all the junk sort, label, repair and organize the space then…
Next, head to your stuff that is in piles. Take with you a trash bag, your recycling bin, and two large boxes with one labeled “Donate/Sell” and the other “Special Attention.” Diligently go through each pile of your stuff and sort its contents into: Keep (simply leave it in the pile), Trash (put it straight into the trash bag), Recycle (put it into the recycling bin), Donate/Sell (put items you will donate to charity or sell into this box), and Special Attention (only put items in this box that need you to do something specific with them that doesn’t fall into the other categories).
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You can’t manage your time. So what can you do? Manage yourself! Nothing separates successful people from unsuccessful people more than how they use their time. Successful people understand that time is the most precious commodity on earth. And that we all have an equal amount, packed into identical suitcases. So even though everyone’s suitcase is the same size, they get a higher return on the contents of theirs. Why? They know what to pack.
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So I’ve been living with the HTC Incredible for almost a week now and I must say that although it’s not actually “incredible” it is very cool when compared to my old Blackberry Curve.
My smart phone life started with the less than incredible T-Mobile Dash, which was everything a productivity tool shouldn’t be. It was constantly locking up and if you actually used it for it’s designed purpose of email, web browsing (yeah right!) and maybe listening to the odd mp3 file your expected battery life was about 4 hours.
My next smart phone was the Blackberry Curve and it was a breath of fresh air, it just worked. It was like a reliable pick up truck, you could always depend on to get the job done.
So I’ve only used an iPhone for a few minutes so the following statements aren’t a backhanded commentary on it. So with that said, I must say that the HTC Incredible is the closest thing I’ve had to an actually computer that can fit in my shirt pocket. It can do almost anything my Macbook Pro can do…almost. It’s fast, for a smart phone and up to this point it’s worked without any major hiccups.
Now is it perfect? Nope, there are issues with the battery life, issues with the screen in bright sunlight and issues with some lame applications. I had all the same issues with both the Dash and Blackberry by the way.
But all in all it’s a step up from my old Blackberry Curve and movement towards a truly smart phone.
So my HTC Incredible is coming tomorrow and this is what I’m doing while I wait…
Because HTC Sense pulls all kinds of information together it would save you a lot of time when you get your HTC EVO 4G or Droid Incredible to get all your email accounts, social networking, passwords and "stuff" ready before you get your new HTC EVO 4G or Droid Incredible. Here our tips for what to do while you are waiting for
1. Read the Manuals & Quick Start Guides
Reading HTC EVO 4G User Guide(Manual) and the EVO Getting Started Guide, or Droid Incredible User Guide (Manual) will give you all kinds of insights on how to set up your HTC smartphone to work with all your accounts.
2. Get a Google Gmail Account for Android Market
If you don’t already have a Google login or Gmail account, you’ll want to get one online. If you have your contacts in Gmail or Google Voice they will all import and sync into your HTC Droid Incredible and HTC EVO 4G.
You have to have a Google account in order to buy or download anything from Android Market. The HTC Sense interface makes it super easy to sync with your Gmail.