Around 1999, online storage services like Xdrive were the next big thing. Now they are coming back, riding on the web2.0 wave. TechCrunch “reviewed”:http://feeds.feedburner.com/Techcrunch?m=581 13 of them. From a quick glance, I think I’ll testdrive “Omnidrive,”:http://www.omnidrive.com/ “Xdrive,”:http://www.xdrive.com/ and “Box.net”:http://www.box.net/ sometimes this week.
“Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away, and this is both an art and a fortunate accident.” Captain Corelli’s Mandolin
Drupal “4.7 Beta 4”:http://drupal.org/drupal-4.7.0-beta4 was just released, and the “patch”:http://drupal.org/node/40755 to make comment block themable is included. This means I should be able to make Drupal’s “K2 port”:http://ichris.ws/node/968 imitate the original look. (which uses ordered list) Now, if only there is more than 24 hrs a day.
I’ve never own a “Mac,”:http://www.apple.com/hardware/ thus never tried “quicksilver.”:http://quicksilver.blacktree.com/ I’ve heard good things about it, though. “Colibri”:http://colibri.leetspeak.org/ is supposed to serve similar needs on a windows box, and I’m lovin’ it. Keyboard rules. [via downloadsquad]
“RTM”:http://www.rememberthemilk.com was already the best online To Do list manager, and they have just made another big leap today with “3 new features:”:http://blog.rememberthemilk.com/2006/01/now-with-tagging-searching-and-smart.html * tagging (finally) and tag cloud * advance searching (I don’t really use search, but it’s handy for the odd occasions) * smart lists, which are smart filters or persistent search, depending […]