The Best Tool for Getting Things Done Thursday, Jun 28 2007 

I just posted a review of the software that can be used as a To-Do Manager for getting things done on my Tech Blog – Technology Digest.   The software called The Brain is probably one of the best tools around especially with the added features in the Beta Version to make it the ultimate Getting Things Done tool.

Take a look at the post and also at the software, and let me know if you find it so.

In the future I hope to post a small tutorial on how it can be used better (due to the limited space on this blog, I will probably have to wait a bit for that until I get my wordpress site up).


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Move of the Technical Information Wednesday, May 9 2007 

With wordpress.com making it easier to host more then one blog I made a decision to move my technical information to another blog. This blog is called TechDigest.

My hope is to separate both of these blogs so that I can ramble more here, and post concrete information there. That way you can choose what you would like to hear about.

Tags Bookmarklet Tuesday, Jul 4 2006 

If you are new to wordpress.com then you want to read Lorelle’s Blog “Lorelle on WordPress”. This blog not only has a number of amazing tutorials, explanations, and advise on using wordpress but also on blogging in general.

While reading it I came across an article on Tagging and using bookmarklets to help with links to Tecnorati . While I could not find the bookmarklets described in the article or get it working with the Linux system I started a little search from the links that were on that article. What I came across was a Technorati Tools section. As part of it I found a nice bookmarklet that I could use to create Technorati links.

Using the script I modified it a bit to create both Technorati and wordpress tags at the same time. To use the script just cut and paste from below then create a new bookmark and place it in the site or location field.

Technorati and WordPress Tags Script

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javascript:(function(){var a=”;var t=prompt(‘Enter Tags without commas:’,”);if(!t) return;var tr=t.split(‘ ‘);a+='<hr><p><b>Technorati Tags: </b> ‘;for(var i=0;i<tr.length;i++){if(i > 0){a+=’, ‘;}a+='<a href=’+unescape(‘%22’)+’http://www.technorati.com/tags/’+tr%5Bi%5D+unescape(‘%22&#8242;)+’ rel=’+unescape(‘%22’)+’tag’+unescape(‘%22′)+’>’+tr[i]+'</a>’;}a+='<br></br>’;a+='<b>WordPress Tags: </b> ‘;for(var i=0;i<tr.length;i++){if(i > 0){a+=’, ‘;}a+='<a href=’+unescape(‘%22’)+’http://www.wordpress.com/tags/’+tr%5Bi%5D+unescape(‘%22&#8242;)+’ rel=’+unescape(‘%22’)+’tag’+unescape(‘%22′)+’>’+tr[i]+'</a>’;}a+='</p>’;prompt(‘Copy this code, press OK, then paste to your blog entry:’,a);})()
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I also modified the same script to create a search feature for my blog. To use this modify the word MYBLOG to the name of your blog and then create a new bookmark and paste the script in to the site or location field.

WordPress Site Search Script

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javascript:(function(){var a=”;var t=prompt(‘Enter Search Words without commas:’,”);if(!t) return;var tr=t.split(‘ ‘);a+='<hr><p><b>Site Search Tags: </b> ‘;for(var i=0;i<tr.length;i++){if(i > 0){a+=’, ‘;}a+='<a href=’+unescape(‘%22’)+’http://MYBLOG.wordpress.com/index.php?s=’+tr%5Bi%5D+unescape(‘%22&#8242;)+’ rel=’+unescape(‘%22’)+’tag’+unescape(‘%22′)+’>’+tr[i]+'</a>’;}a+='</p>’;prompt(‘Copy this code, press OK, then paste to your blog entry:’,a);})()
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Let me know if this helped you in any way.


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