Monthly Archives: March 2004

Note To Future Self – Keep Email Address

Post a comment on your old self from the future. Wonderful tool (thanks BoingBoing, via Marc), which allows you to send emails to yourself at any point in the future — assuming, of course, the site,, is still functioning and you haven’t changed your email address. What is fascinating is to read other people’s… Read More »

The Audio Wonder Of OneNote

I’ve been playing with OneNote — the Microsoft program that allows you to create and organise notes — quite a bit lately, and I have to say it’s a big leap forward for software.. and Microsoft’s record for innovation. Here’s an interesting post on a feature I haven’t explored as yet: audio. Wayne reports that… Read More »

The Dos And Don’ts Of Dealing With The Press Online

I thought I would start penning some guidelines for companies seeking to provide resources for journalists online. I’ll post this on the cache and add to it there as Please feel free to let me know if you’d like to see stuff added, changed, taken away, or whether you have any experiences that may… Read More »

How Long Do USB Thumb Drives Live?

Had my first USB thumb drive (sometimes called USB flash drives, or USB key drives) die on me today. They’re a great way to move stuff from A to B, and to keep an extra back-up in your pocket, but don’t rely on them too much. I’ve had several over the years (they first started… Read More »