Posts Tagged ‘tools’

It just needs a few minutes to find tools you never heard of or you heard of but never looked at as you missed the case or so.

This time I still had some tools I heard already, but didn’t find the time to have a closer look at them.

are the tools I quickly reviewed and I find most of them useful.

Dropbox:
I really like the idea. I just need to get over my internal hurdle, which is about uploading data into the cloud and of course, I’d never upload very private things.
And this will be one of the challenges … which data to upload and which not to upload.

What would your girlfriend or wife say if you upload pictures into the cloud, which show both you and her  … half naked or so 😉

Another challenge will be the upload of company data. Of course, it is not allowed (is it?), but still I believe that many employees will use the services without challenging it.

Drop.io: almost the same as dropbox, but much more integrated into the web world as you use your browser instead of a folder installed on your client computer.

Cotweet: seems to be a really helpful tool to organizing multiple twitter accounts. Only thing I wonder is, if this is really going to be successful as with cotweet comes some more complexity on user management and account organization. So, I am not quite sure yet whether I am pro or cons.
Anyway, I could image that bigger companies with centralized twitter account management (TAM) can make use of it.

Quicksilver: just cool to quicker find whatever you have on your computer mainly focusing on opening programs, etc. Bad news is, that you only can use it on your Mac.

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