Monthly Archives: June 2009

RedHat released their latest version of the Fedora Project’s Linux distro recently.  Release 11 comes in the typical Gnome desktop format and a KDE format for those who prefer it.  I like both Gnome and KDE, although I typically use KDE because it can be configured to look more like […]

Playing around with Fedora 11 KDE Edition

I’ve been reading a lot of information on Productivity501 including the articles that I’ve posted about previously.  One of the ways that I’m reorganizing is that I’m using a desktop application to combine my e-mail, newsreader, RSS reader, notes and tasks in one.  It’s not a replacement for my Franklin […]

Moving Towards a More Productive Lifestyle

 Paperless Infrastructure : Productivity501 This is a good concept article.  They discuss the idea of a completely paperless infrastructure.  It includes the idea that your bank or other business would send you the information through e-mail or through a desktop application (like a document channel), instead of sending you links […]

Paperless Infrastructure : Productivity501

While not as quick and painless in setting up as Mozy was, iDrive appears to be a robust backup system as well.  It offers the option of Continuous Backup, which will continually update 50MB of data that you select. The setup was a little different than Mozy in that you […]

Online Backups – iDrive