New Google Docs

I don’t know how we missed this update, but on April 15th, Google debuted an updated Google Docs editor with real-time collaboration!  One of the biggest issues people have had with Google Docs is that it takes a little while for the edits to show up on the collaborators’ screens.  Not anymore!  It now updates in real-time, similar to Google Wave.

Check out Google’s blog for more information and instructions on how to enable this and other new features: A rebuilt, more real time Google documents

Review: Evernote

I am an Evernote devotee.

In fact, I am going to go all out and declare that I consider it one of the most useful computer applications.  Ever.  And I try out a lot of applications.
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Review: Curio–Mind Mapping, Brainstorming and Project Management

As an avid user of Evernote, I happened to be perusing a list of the company’s partner projects, looking for good new applications to try out, and that’s when I stumbled upon Curio, by zengobi.  Curio is billed as a “mind mapping, brainstorming and project management software” for Mac OSX.  Being that I am very interested in mind mapping applications, I downloaded the free trial to test it out.

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