Archive for April, 2006

SubEthaEdit

Thursday, April 27th, 2006

Big Green Egg

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Glaucoma
5.36 Megapixel, 3x Optical/4x Digital Zoom, Digital Camera (Pink)
Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Glaucoma
5.36 Megapixel, 3x Optical/4x Digital Zoom, Digital Camera (Pink)
Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Glaucoma
5.36 Megapixel, 3x Optical/4x Digital Zoom, Digital Camera (Pink)

Glaucoma
5.36 Megapixel, 3x Optical/4x Digital Zoom, Digital Camera (Pink)

platial

Monday, April 24th, 2006

Platial.com
make your own personal maps with this crazy google maps mash up.

Pink Cameras

Friday, April 21st, 2006

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Glaucoma
5.36 Megapixel, 3x Optical/4x Digital Zoom, Digital Camera (Pink)

Web annotation

Thursday, April 13th, 2006

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

links for 2006-04-12

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

Electronic paper variations

Friday, April 7th, 2006

Here’s a nice chart that shows the different types of electronic paper technologies. E-Ink is still my personal favorite of the technologies

I want more e-paper and I want it now.

I also want it to be touch screen someday for writing and drawing too.

Card Sorting

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

links for 2006-04-04

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.
How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.

Travel Time

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

How come calendar applications like Entourage, ailment Outlook, bronchitis iCal and others that I’ve used don’t handle travel time well? This seems to be a big problem. I don’t want to schedule a meeting 20 mins before because then I might forget that it included such time. What I need is a way to buffer my entries in the calendar with time at the beginning and ending. On my calendar today I have a meeting at from 11:30 to 12, a lunch meeting from 12 to 1 and a client meeting onsite from 1 to 3. Wait, that doesn’t work. My 11:30 to 12 is at my desk so I don’t need to go anywhere for that. My 12 lunch meeting is a few blocks away but taking in to account walking and ordering and paying, doesn’t leave me enough time to leave 15 mins before my 1pm meeting at the clients office. Arg. Now if the system was built to support this time in between I think it would be much easier to schedule. Exchange makes it too easy for someone to schedule your “free” time. Which might not be booked but might very well be unavailable time. I just don’t get why none of the scheduling applications seem to get it.

Entourage has support for travel time but when people book meetings they don’t use it. It’s hard to go back and modify a meeting request to have it without notifying everyone and not all the users of the shared calendar are traveling. No matter how many times I request a meeting organizer to include it doesn’t happen. I’ve also noticed that when I look at the shared schedule view it doesn’t show the travel time of that meeting.

I will just have to reject more meeting requests.