http://www.greeneclipse.com/stickypad.html There are many websites and I chose this one. There was one through Microsoft Office but I couldn’t find it.
It could also be a shortcut on your desktop.
http://tinnes.org.uk/desktopcalendar/downloading7.phpBetween this and the sticky notes I am usually covered with all my appointments, meetings, etc. So download one of these. And show how this works. Double click on the date to open a new window, give it a title (I give that date), categorize your meetings and appointments. This is a really cool function about this tool.
On the windows task bar at the bottom, right click and find Toolbars. Enable links. Right click on the menu bar on top of the page and enable favourites bar (It may say Customise links, or
Once you do this, you can open any new website, drag it to the links or favourites bar and it will show on top. Good example for me is Ask Us, Press Display, etc.
mkumaran for password and login. What you see is what you get with this site. You cannot search for an article, but you can save articles to read later. It allows you to archive information (not sure how long it stays) You can subscribe to this feed and save it in your favourites bar. Read the article, Save, Go to Unread and Archive. From here Export it as HTML or CSV and read it. Organize them in different folders. Covers some major newspapers such as NYTimes, Guardian UK, Washington Post, etc.
This saves your URL, Title of the article, author of the article and shows you which folder you have this information in.
Need gmail accountCan create a presentation, document, spreadsheet, form or drawing. They also have templates you can borrow to create your budget or your resume.
Just enter the information you want to keep up on (eg: Blu Ray) Decide how often you want your email, whether you want your information to be comprehensive, just from blogs, webpages, news, etc. Enter your email and you are done. You will get all alerts. Another one is Social Mention
When you click on Create an Alert you get this small window. Enter all the information and you have just created an alert.
http://www.doodle.com/ Log in as email@example.com and mkumaran.
Change your time zone. Write the times you are available. You can also add more time slots, or copy more rows for more dates. Once you are all set up you will be given a Participant Link and Administrator Link. If you need to make changes go to the latter. If you are happy with what you did, then work with participant link. Check the next couple of slides.
When you click on the participant link, this is what you will see. Click on the times you are available and save. Then send the link to others.
This is what the receivers will see. They will add their name and click on the relevant boxes. At a glance, you know what works for everyone.
FaxZero only requires you to login and enter all the sender and receiver information. Browse to find your document and send it as an attachment. You can only fax 2 free faxes per day. One document can have 3 pages. If you have more than that you can pay 1.99 (US) and fax them. This is only within North America.
DigitalTidbits Maha Kumaran and Joe Geary Saskatoon Public Library, May 8, 2010