There is no shortage of note taking applications in the mobile world: Evernote, OneNote, Apple Note, Google Keep — you name it. I personally am a big fan of Evernote and have been using it for years for most everything note taking. Yet there is one area where a seemingly unsophisticated app called Simplenote outshines […]
Ever since I chose Thunderbird as my desktop email client many years ago, there have been on ongoing struggle with one particular issue. For the life of me, I can’t understand why Thunderbird developers don’t fix it or at least make it a configurable option. I am talking about the [X] button. When you click […]
Take a look at the pristine Google Chrome start page below. If you like what you see, just open this article in Chrome and follow along. In a few clicks, your Chrome start page will become as clean and clutter-free as the one in the picture below.
As you know, email signatures are those lines that contain your titles and contact information and which are somehow inserted by your mail client at the end of every message you compose. Now here is the tricky part. If you’ve never created a signature in Thunderbird, when you finally get around to doing that, you’ll be in for a big surprise: how do heck do you do it?
I use Mozilla Thunderbird as my desktop email client. Maybe it is not the finest piece of software in the world, but it kind of works for me. Besides, throughout the years I have seen a good share of different email clients, and not all of them were pretty. In fact, some were so ugly […]
I would like to warn everyone who uses Skype: beware of your chat/instant messaging client if you do any kind of web development on your computer, as Skype, for some very obscure reason, uses port 80 (yes, the standard HTTP port) to connect to whatever communication server it has to talk to in order to get you online.