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Rusty Irons,

Essential PIM has a freeware version with a nice contact manager (http://www.essential...index.php?r=products). Besides the contact manager it offers other PIM functions like:

  • Versatile import/export capabilities
  • Scheduler: Color-coded, easy to read day/week/month schedules
  • Easy printout of days, weeks, or months; save as web page
  • To Do List: categories, priority, completion status, due date, and reminder fields
  • Tools that sort and categorize
  • Outliner: tree-like multilevel structure, unlimited number of folders and notes
  • Insert pictures, tables, any formatted text (fonts, subscripts/superscripts, colored text background, multilevel bullets and numbering,
  • Unicode, background images)
  • Contact Manager: Wide selection of fields - adding a new data field to a contact is a snap
  • Powerful, fast search and sort features
  • Adjustable views
  • EssentialPIM Portable is U3-compliant and works straight from your removable media, whether you use a USB flash drive, compact flash card, or even a good old floppy.
I know this sounds like an advertisement (I copied the above from their Web page), but for a freebie, it can't be beat.   :D

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Living Room / Re: about to switch to a Widescreen LCD.
« on: February 23, 2008, 06:37 AM »
I just bought a new 22" HP W2207h after using a 17" CRT for years.  At first the images were stretched and blurry, but after adjusting the screen resolution to the recommended setting (1680 x 1050) everything scaled perfectly.  I couldn't be happier.  While researching for this LCD I narrowed my search down and then visited Circuit City and did a side-by-side comparison.  The HP won hands down for vibrant color, high contrast and sharp text.  The others appeared dull and fuzzy compared to the HP.  Although I'm not a gamer, the 5 ms response time should be good for gaming.  That's my 2cw.  :D

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