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clevercactus beta 2

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

clevercactus beta 2 has just been released. A lot of improvements and fixes in this release, as well as a few hints of what's to come in the area of collaboration. Here's some of the most important changes:

  • Dynamic tabs for faster navigation
  • "Query spaces" spaces that respond to a given query
  • New layout options for email previews, including a horizontal view and an improved standard view.
  • HTML Editing for weblog entries
  • Import/Export of OPML RSS Subscription lists
  • Improved RSS feed checks, supporting GZIP encoded-streams and other optimizations to increase check speed and reduce download times.
  • Support of the preliminary version of the new syndication format, Atom
  • More control over Outlook import parameters
  • New rule type for email sorting, matching arbitrary email header key/values.
  • The possibility of setting clevercactus as the default email-client (under any OS, including Windows).
  • Performance & Usability improvements
  • Several bug fixes
  • Improved L&F under Windows

...And more! :-)

You can get it from the download page (yes, I know I linked to it above... but can't I enjoy it a little? :))

Anyway, comments/questions/etc are welcome!

Categories: clevercactus
Posted by diego on July 24, 2003 at 8:19 PM

the new HP

An interesting interview with Carly Fiorina with the staff. Quote:

One of the things we have to let go of is this notion that growth in the technology industry will be driven by the next big thing, by the next "killer app" or hot box...The real big thing in technology is that all this stuff has to work together. And when all this works together, what do you have to think about? Security, liability, mobility, rich media, total cost of ownership--all these things matter.
I think that both things coexist. On the other hand, what might be the new "killer app" is something less obvious, less "clean" (ie., "a web browser") and more reliant on interconnections between different tools, usage patterns, etc. When a number of things are put together (security, mobility, low TCO, ease of use) the quality of what can be done with the tools changes.

Categories: technology
Posted by diego on July 24, 2003 at 2:01 AM

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