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This is a generic Blog for the virtual internet worker. (present and/or future) My goal here is to share with you the reader trends, benefits and tools that revolve around the virtual world of work...Enjoy. Work can be something you do not somewhere you go...Be sure to Bookmark this blog (weblog) to your favourites and visit often.....Smiles :o) Gary

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

The Ultimate 21st Century productivity tool...Easy n Fun!

Hi Team

Unwired List Manager v1.3: I'll never forget another list at home again!!!

Forgive the over-punctuation of the title, but I'm so excited I can hardly contain myself. As an avid list-maker, I've become addicted to jotting down reminders for myself on my Windows Mobile device. Now, Unwired Software has created the ultimate cross-platform list making software and I simply cannot put it down.

"Honey, where's our shopping list?" has been a question I've asked my wife far too many times. The answer always varies slightly, but includes responses like "I have no idea," "I thought you had it," and -the most common- "I think it's still on the refrigerator at home."

Now this will never happen again because an enterprising company has created a "pervasive" list. That is, this list is available everywhere because you can sync on an unlimited number of desktops and handheld devices. When I first heard of this software, I thought "Oh no, it will be impossible to set up!" I couldn't have been more wrong. The software never even asks you to configure it. All you do is set up the users you'd like to use each list. The software takes care of everything else.

Click here to read more Unwired List Manager Reviews

Monday, December 25, 2006

Wassup for 2007?

Hay Team

--- Wi-fi gets serious The dream of "Internet everywhere" is going to come a good deal closer to reality in 2007, as the global rollout of wi-fi hotspots picks up steam. Offering wireless Internet connectivity is good for everyone - for municipalities whose citizens benefit from it, for businesses that attract customers and good-will by offering it, and certainly for the roaming masses that use it. On the home front, wi-fi products that conform to the new, speedy 802.11n wireless transmission standard will hit the market, offering wireless speeds that truly rival today's wired networks. ---

It's all about the Web As Internet connectivity becomes ubiquitous, the Internet itself will be host to more of the applications we use on a daily basis. 2007 will see the clear emergence of that trend. Web-based word processors, spreadsheets, collaboration tools, wikis, blogs, and user-generated applications will begin to blur the distinction between what's on our PCs and what's on the Web. Already Google has trotted out a host of Web-based office applications. Expect to see other companies follow suit.

Click here to read all about it

Monday, December 18, 2006

A little on the lighter side...RAZR or CHOCOLATE...

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At only 13.9 mm thin, 53 mm wide (the width of a credit card) and 98 mm long, the Motorola RAZR V3 is one of the slimmest phones on the market yet still rich in functions, performance excellence and design innovation. It provides the user with a total sensory experience – from the innovative metallic finishes and use of materials to a truly revolutionary, chemically etched keypad created from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy. The Motorola RAZR V3 is the ultimate, beautiful slim-phone.

Learn more here


LG is looking to topple the Apple iPod with its slick VX8500 (a.k.a. the Chocolate). Does this eye-catching slider have what it takes to knock off the Goliath of portable music?

Looks Like a Real Camera Phone
* The exclusive Lens cover makes KG320 look like a real digital camera while protecting the lens. * 9.9mm Slim Multimedia Phone

Learn more here

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Go Mobile Lightly and in Style!!!

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Here's some of the highlights on the Fujitsu Stylist ST 5111 and ST 5112, both of which are Windows Vista Capable:

Check it out at jk On the Run

Enjoy :o)


Lost in the Mobile phone jungle?

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If you are having some trouble with all of the choices available today in the mobile phone market then check out this blog.

It may just help you slash your way through the mobile jungle and find that best mobile phone that is just right for you.

The Best Mobile Phone

Smiles :o)


Monday, December 04, 2006

Motorola Q gets a Good rating by users

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The Motorola Q boasts a sexy, ultrathin design and features a sharp display, a full QWERTY keyboard, EV-DO support, and a sharp multimedia functionality. The Windows Mobile 5 smart phone also has integrated Bluetooth, a speakerphone, a 1.3-megapixel camera, and solid call quality.

The Motorola Q lives up to much of the hype by offering good call quality, an excellent multimedia experience, and the essential productivity tools, all wrapped up in a sexy little package.

Check it out here

Smiles :o)


Cingular 8525 gets Very Good user review!

Hi Team

The Cingular 8525 is the first UMTS/HSDPA smart phone to be offered in the United States. It has integrated Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and supports Cingular's new location-based services. The Windows Mobile device also has push e-mail capabilities, a 2-megapixel camera, a spacious QWERTY keyboard, and good call quality.

For the ultimate road warrior, the 3G-enabled Cingular 8525 provides the speed, the power, and the productivity tools to get your work done on the go.

Check it out here.

Smiles :o)