Spyware is become more and more prolific. Thankfully, so is our awareness of it. Here is a review of some utilities you can use to clean up your computer. Even if you think you are safe, run one of these anyways. You never now for sure until you do.
Archive for 2005
Google the great gives us glimpses of insight into their growing empire.
“Click on the icon in the status bar to view all the browser windows with a single click.”
A slide show of where Windows started and how far it has come. Hat tip: Jon Walker
Most news outlets are reporting on IE being problematic with spyware and virus, and recommending the public migrate to Firefox to evade such annoyances. Here is a web site that will help you get up and running with downloadable CDs you can share with your friends and family. And the best thing is, it’s free!
We are actively recruiting folks interested in participating in our beta program. Intervals beta program participants get to use intervals free for 3 months, then 50% off for the next 9 months.
If you are a freelancer, small business, or department of a large business and are having a difficult time managing tasks and tracking time, intervals may be perfect for you.
1. Be Narrow
2. Be Different
3. Be Casual
4. Be Picky
5. Be User-Centric
6. Be Self-Centered
7. Be Greedy
8. Be Tiny
9. Be Agile
10. Be Balanced
Read the details here: http://evhead.com/2005/11/ten-rules-for-web-startups.asp
Our guiding principals for Intervals development are very agreeable with Evan Williams’ thoughts. We have been around for over 6 years, so we’re not a start-up, but our decision to develop a web-based product definitely makes part of our company a start-up. We see many companies, and especially small companies, trying to niche products in the market for the new type of consumer. We are optimistic that Intervals will fill a need for folks who need a no-nonsense time and task management system.
We’ll see how it goes in 2006 – Michael
I saw this link on my link back section. It’s a nice showcase of the new multi-user features available for the Flash Player.
More insight into the inner workings of the Google empire.