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SecretSync Secures Your Sensitive Files Before Syncing Them to Dropbox (and We’ve Got Beta Invites) – Lifehacker

by on May.06, 2011, under Other Posts

“current problems with Lastpass”? i’m not sure there are really any problems with LastPass–blogosphere-induced hysteria maybe, but not really any tangible problems.

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MailStore Home Is the Easiest Email Backup Tool We’ve Seen

by on Mar.02, 2011, under Other Posts

Up until maybe 2006 I used Outlook, downloading emails from all my email accounts in one .PST file–then I made the switch to Gmail. I wanted to keep all my emails in one place so, using Outlook and IMAP, I uploaded all my old emails to my new Gmail account. I seem to recall the process halting a couple of times due to usage limits–Google gave me a 24 hour cool-down before I could start uploading again. I don’t know if Gmail still has this, but it might be worth mentioning to readers.

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Chrometa Time-Tracking Software Now Free, Previously $99

by on Feb.15, 2011, under Other Posts

This looks similar to ManicTime. Anyone have experience with both and prefer one over the other?

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Imo.im Offers Desktop Chat Notifications for Any IM Service

by on Jan.30, 2011, under Technology

I thought I’d heard of and tried every multi-protocol IM client, but Imo.im is new to me.  I don’t see anything pulling me away from Digsby when it comes to desktop apps, but I see they have an Android client.  I’m going to check it out.

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