My employer decided to upgrade to Outlook 2003 recently. Unfortunately, it seems there are problems syncing the Blackberry to it now: the Outlook option is greyed out in the sync settings.
The few hints I got through Google didn’t help – any ideas?
I’d really like to use it, but syncing is quite important to me.
Are there other programs than the Blackberry desktop that can sync?
Foxit is probably the smallest and fastest freeware replacement for Acrobat Reader you can get.
That is even more interesting as Acrobat 7 is known to call home now and then.
I’m still quite happy with Gmails SPAM filtering abilities, but there are some things I don’t understand: although I have marked all those “SmallCap Investment Opportunities” and “Penny Stock” emails as SPAM multiple times, I still keep receiving them in my inbox.
How about allowing me to have a personal “kill file” that contains words that will delete emails containing that word immediately. That drove my SPAM level down by 30 percent in Thunderbird, and would surely allow Google to save Gigabytes of storage space.
Feel free to give me a percentage of the amount saved ;)
Now that looks tasty:
Make yourself a nice Guinness popsicle
EDIT: the pictures seem to be blogdottet. You can still see the end result on Boing Boing.
On the Sin Fein Bookshop:
“This auction is for part of a British MI5 bugging device found hidden in the floorboards of a Sinn Féin office in Belfast in September 2004. Approx 10.5 inches by 6.5 inches.
Included is a handwritten letter of authentication from Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams. The handwritten letter has been framed and there is a display board for the device.
This is a unique opportunity. A historical item such as this has never before been made available and it’s highly unlikely that it will happen again.”
Can you even legally buy this? Maybe MI5 wants it back ;)
Nokia has introduced the Nokia 770, probably their first non-phone consumer device.
It looks like an enhanced version of the Nokia 7710, without the GSM module.
The interesting part:
“The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet’s software is upgradeable and currently runs on the Linux-based Internet Tablet 2005 software edition. There is a planned launch next year of an operating system upgrade – the Internet Tablet 2006 software addition – that will support additional services, including Internet telephony (VoIP) and Instant Messaging.”
Not bad – so they’re hedging their bets. I wonder when the first pocketable phone-like VoIP phone by Nokia will see the light. I bet they have those in their labs already…