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Highrise is an on-line Contact Relationship Manager built by the Ruby on Rails/Backpack/Basecamp company

It allows infinite numbers of phones and addresses, etc., and has user-defined tags as well as Cases, which connect various Persons and Companies together on a project. You can enter notes for any contact as well as forwarding emails to a dropbox, which parses the email addresses and puts it in the correct contact's history.

They offer a free account with a maximum of 250 Persons and one Case. More usable accounts are by monthly subscription.

Highrise Inquirer adds some features not available from Highrise:
  • bulk-tagging
  • selection/filtering based on any, wildcard text in any field
  • bulk deletion (with lots of warnings)
  • backup/restore contact and note data to/from XML
  • duplicate and bad data detection

Highrise Inquirer is a single Windows application file: just download it and run it.

Check out the Highrise Inquirer web site here:

The article itself was good; some of the bibliography was very questionable. The case against micropayments, for example, was a diffident overview of the problems facing micropayments including the admission that the author was not opposed to them. Hardly a reasoned argument against something; more like a casual blog entry.

Bibliographies should support one's implicit assertion that one has researched an issue: including a bad paper does nothing to further that.


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