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RemoteCalendars, the Outlook2003's plug-in to subscribe, delete and reload your iCalendar
RemoteCalendars plugin for Outlook.
5 Apr 2006
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Wheres james on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
I'm sure he's backstage by now.
iSync 2.2: Read before updating to Mac OS X 10.4.6 or later, or before first sync
Note that the Apple site makes a big deal about syncing everything before you update:
Depeche Mode Message Board - powered by vBulletin
I love the title banner on the DM forums.
Nokia Clarifies N and E series Release Schedule (MobileBurn)
Somewhere before teh end of the month.
LookSmart's Furl - Your Personal Web File
Ma.gnolia Social Bookmarking: Search and Find Web Sites & Build Community Online.
Tailrank - Top posts
BlogMarks.net : Last public marks
reddit: what's new online
Newsvine - Get Smarter Here
Simpy - tagging, social bookmarking and personal search engine
A9.com > A9 Toolbar
Cool Tool: Consensus Web Filters
There are a few here not on your list.
TV Genius Video
Everything you love about web 2.0.
Kind of in the same "context".
Is that the cookie monster's new venture?
YouTube - ten german bombers
German anarchist world cup anthem.
BBC NEWS | England | London | US pupils barred from London trip
Sigh. our American cousins.
Apple - Boot Camp
Techworld.com - Virtualisation for the Mac arrives
Which I'm kind of surprised Apple didn't go for, but maybe they just want as few Windows support nightmares as possible.
Boot Camp Beta: MacBook Pro frequently asked questions (FAQ)
No right-clicking in Windows? There goes that purchase.
Mazher Mahmood - Google Image Search
Still available in google cache here:
Cockos Incorporated -- Creative. Confident. Credible. Cockos.
Nullsoft's most famous refugee (Justin Frankel) is now doing lots more interesting music sofware, such as the brilliantly-named Jesusonic and Ninjam.