Here is a list of ten apps I use on a daily basis (both web and desktop apps). The main system I've been using for a while is a unibody MacBook, so many of the applications on the list are mac-only. Mint Mint is a site-stats program that promises to give a "fresh look" at … Continue reading Ten apps I use daily
Recently I bought a Sony Vaio laptop that runs Microsoft Windows Vista. When I try to open the Vista sidebar I get an error window saying that "Windows Sidebar is managed by your system administrator". Even when I tried to run the sidebar.exe (that launches the sidebar) as administrator, I was still getting the same … Continue reading How to: Enable Windows Vista sidebar when you get the message “Sidebar is managed by system administrator”
Microsoft Mobile Memory 8000 mouse is a pointing device designed for notebook users (I purchased it for my notebook as I dislike touchpads 🙂 ). This mouse features also 1GB flash memory, which can be used as a usual portable flash drive. Apart from this, this device features a rechargeable NiMh battery, so you do … Continue reading Review: Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000
I visited today the digital technology expo (called dte) that takes place in Athens, Greece from 8-11 November. There were many IT companies stands including Microsoft, Cisco, HTC, EA, Google and LG alongside with some famous greek companies like Otenet and OTE. Although there were many absenses from large resselers like Apple product resselers, Sony … Continue reading Digital Technology Expo 2007
It is time to tell you something about what we use to create our products (like the cards from our Pet Shop Cards collection above). Our equipment consists of: Two Dell workstations powered with Intel Pentium D 3Ghz processors, 2GB RAM, running Windows XP Pro One Intel Core 2 Duo MacPro running Mac OS X … Continue reading Learn what we use!