46 – 100+ Absolutely Essential Windows Apps
I grant there are many fine examples of great apps on that list.
The finest however, isn’t.
Microsoft OneNote is largely unknown, and often dismissed out-of-hand because “Microsoft“. And granted, at first it may seem on overly simple app that has already been done far better by third parties. But first glances are deceptive.
Continue reading Day 320 – Ode To OneNote
I lost track of time.
I need to go sleep so I can get to my gym routine tomorrow morning.
I think it’ll be a much more pleasant experience, because today after work I saw a physio, and he did some great work on the shoulder. The proof will be in the waking up un-stiff, but I feel optimistic based on how well the shoulder has been feeling this evening. There was the most massive of knots right on my shoulder blade. He tried to get it with pressure alone, but besides being very painful, that didn’t help much. He used some kind of electronic device to loosen the muscle and that worked remarkably well. Like magic.
Most of this evening has been spent browsing the net though. Some research for the new QNAP; I want to set up a VM or two for Atlassian tools, and along the way I discovered Vagrant which sounds like a fun tool to explore. Then I got sucked in to my news-feed where it appears Microsoft is open-sourcing technologies left-right-and-centre… I’m not sure what has come over them, but they are having a brilliant shot at turning into the cool technology place to work.
I was planning to do some photography this weekend, but I may actually end up with my nose in the laptop.
Especially since everybody else will be doing their own things as well, so I might as well.
Maybe Sunday will be for being social.