iKnow (January 27, 2004, 0) -
iKnow is a personal knowledge processor, a tool for bringing order to
collections of information and for revealing relationships between
pieces of information. It is designed to help you know what you know,
and to see deeper into what you have.
Essentially, iKnow is a text editor wrapped in a collection of
organizational and navigational tools. Together, they make a
Checking my financial course (January 2, 2007, 0) - I must be doing something right if my mom’s financial advisor is
impressed by my planning. ;)
We visited Tina at the bank today. After my mom finished a little
business, I took advantage of the free financial advice. I told Tina
about the money I’d earmarked for various expenses, the emergency fund
I’d set up, and the savings I
Learning more about illustrating my blog posts (October 15, 2013, 3) - I’ve been adding little sketches to most of my blog posts partly for drawing practice and partly because it’s fun sprinkling images throughout my blog (and Windows Live Writer makes this so easy, too!). Here’s a sampler:
So that’s drawing thumbnails, which is nifty.
And then there’s drawing summaries, either before or after I write the post.
Remembrance agent for GUIs for the Mac (September 17, 2005, 0) - Onlife looks ubercool.
Onlife is an application for the Mac OS X that observes your every interaction with sofware applications such as Safari, Mail and iChat and then creates a personal shoebox of all the web pages you visit, emails you read, documents you write and much more. Onlife then indexes the contents of your shoebox,
All that is precious (January 6, 2007, 0) - If I listen to the quiet stirrings of my heart, to the restlessness
that prevents me from spending days here like days there, I find the
things I can’t take with me: the way my mother feels, fragile and
strong, when I give her a hug; the glee and tension that underlie my
father’s stories; the lightness of my