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Da Politiker im Regelfall von neuen Dingen nichts verstehen, halten wir es für notwendig, sie davor zu schützen. Dies ist im beidseitigen Interesse, da unnötige Angstzustände bei Ihnen verhindert werden, ebenso wie es uns vor profilierungs- und machtsüchtigen Politikern schützt.
Sollten Sie der Meinung sein, dass Sie diese Internetseite dennoch sehen sollten, so können Sie jederzeit durch normalen Gebrauch eines Internetbrowsers darauf zugreifen. Dazu sind aber minimale Computerkenntnisse erforderlich. Sollten Sie diese nicht haben, vergessen Sie einfach dieses Internet und lassen uns in Ruhe.
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Montreal, Canada – Indev Software Inc. announces the release of MailTags 2.2. MailTags 2.2 introduces Mail 3.0 compatibility, bringing the power of tagging email messages, Mail notes, and RSS news items to OS X 10.5 (Leopard). MailTags 2.2 also introduces a modular architecture to MailTags, laying the groundwork for future enhancements to MailTags and Mail.
Current Extras include a module for interacting with iCal todos and events, and a module for quickly setting message backgrounds to preferred colors. Planned extras include interaction with third party task and calendar systems, such as Google Calendar.
MailTags transforms Apple’s Mail.app into a powerful email organization tool with its ability to tag email messages for organization work flows and sophisticated searches.
Key features include:
* IMAP support, allowing you to access tags from multiple computers
* An integrated interface for viewing and editing tags,
* Displaying tags in Mail’s list view
* Dynamic coloring of messages based on project, approaching due dates and priorities.
* Integration with iCal, allowing you to create to dos and events right from Mail
* Integration with Mail’s search tools and smart mailboxes
* Applescript compatibility
MailTags is shareware with a 21 day trial period. A registration code allowing unlimited use can be purchased for $29.95 USD. Educational and Volume discounts are available. Detailed information and screenshots can be found at indev’s website.
Indev Software is the leading developer of add-ons for Apple’s Mail Software. Its Mail Act-On and MailTags products transforms Mail into a powerful organizational tool. Copyright 2008 Indev Software Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
With the updated Safari Browser in Version 3.1 it’s now possible to prevent links to open new browser windows. This settings is available in Firefox browser for a long time. But it’s still not easily available for Safari. Although you can explicitly open a link in a new tab, you can’t prevent opening a new window and instead send it to a tab by default.
But with a little help from the Terminal you can achieve this goal easily:
defaults write com.apple.Safari TargetedClicksCreateTabs -bool true
found this a few days ago at fscklog
The all new Safari in Leopard has some nice developer features one might now from the Firebug Addon for Firefox browser. I favor the network view here:
You can enable the developer mode in the Safari preferences pane under “advanced” settings.
This podcast is about the applications I use the most on my Mac. It starts with browsers like Firefox, OmniWeb and Safari, the goes to gtd applications like OmniFocus and Things, drawing with OmniGraffle, chattings with AdiumX and Skype, mailing with Mail.app and Thunderbird and finally menu extensions like Jumpcut, iStatMenu, LittleSnitch, Shimo and Launchbar.
You can subscribe to the podcast from this url:
Simply subscribe to this URL in your iTunes and you’ll get the new episodes automatically.
Yesterday evening Apple introduced the iPhone SDK in a special event. Now everybody is enabled to develop custom applications for the iPhone platform (iPhone and iPod touch). This includes an Apple design guide for the iPhone user interfaces.
I think this SDK has a lot of potential to beat all the other mobile platforms. As a developer of WindowsMobile, Symbian or Java mobile applications you never now on what hardware your app will run. You don’t know if it’s a wide screen or a small display. You don’t know if there is a keyboard or only a touchscreen. You don’t know if there is a camera, music player etc. So you better reduce your requirements to the absolute minimum or risk that your application wont be usable on many devices.
You don’t have to worrie about all that on the iPhone. You now exactly what you can expect and even get design suggestions from the one and only manufacturer. This is a huge advantage of the iPhone platform and I predict a very fast growing market of iPhone apps. As you can also expect that a lot of these will work on the iPod Touch as it’s almost the same hardware platform.
Another interesting announcement was the integration of Microsofts ActiveSync technology so that iPhone can be wireless synced with MS-Exchange email, calendar and contacts. This is very interesting for business users who had to rely on Blackberry or WindowsMobile before.
Although this leaves a bad taste as Apple is selling it’s soul to Microsoft on this. John Gruber always was complaining about this proprietary technology stuff and hoped that Apple wont give in. But that seems to be the fact right now. Anyhow this will open a wider market for the iPhone.
In this company at least 10 people already use an iPhone and asking me to open the MS-Exchange to the internet for them. But surely deny to put an MS-Server directly into the internet or buy another one just to support iPhone. We already have Blackberrys and these are at least useable.
For downloading the new applications to iPhones Apple also introduced the AppStore for iPhone. This is portal site you can access from your iPhone to buy or just download iPhone applications. This is similar to the iTunes Music Store for audio and video content but independent from that and from iTunes. The license model grants 70% of the revenue to the application developer and 30% to Apple. But there will be also free applications.
Here’s the brand new episode of MacGeeks Podcast. I talk about the recent Apple hardware and software updates, some problems with Apple Mail.app and some software I tested recently.
Technically there are some changes with this podcast:
Podcast URL: http://www.mac-geeks.de/wp-content/podcasts/podcast.xml
PS: the nice boy is Willi – my son
Find the following 10 things to annoy your co-works at Ian’s messy desk
1. Page yourself over the intercom. Don’t disguise your voice.
2. Every time someone asks you to do something, ask if they want fries with that.
3. Put your garbage can on your desk and label it “In.”
4. Put decaf in the coffee maker for 3 weeks. Once everyone has gotten over their caffeine addictions, switch to Espresso.
5. Finish all your sentences with, “In Accordance With The Prophecy.”
6. Don’t use any punctuation.
7. Type every word in a different font. Alternate really big fonts with really small fonts.
8. As often as possible, skip rather than walk.
9. Put mosquito netting around your cubicle and play tropical sounds all day.
10. Insist your co-workers address you by your wrestling name,… Rock Bottom.