Apr 22nd 2009 9:50PM I think it should be Exodar before the crash! Would be awesome! :P
Nov 10th 2008 11:08AM rock my polar goodness, I need me one of those!! :P
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Nov 9th 2008 12:14AM Woweewoowwaaaaaaah! That's one nice card you've got there! Putting my comment in for a chance to win BIG! :P
Nov 14th 2006 9:32PM Have you considered using HubDog (http://www.hubdog.com/). Their solution is pretty neat, as it doesnt need a PC for the updating process. It's a PPC (WM2003 and WM5) client to downloading podcasts, vidcasts, as well as RSS sync'ing directly to your PDA..
Apr 4th 2006 11:07PM Also take a look at http://www.poppeeper.com/. It's free, has skin-support and therefore much easier on the eye than ePrompter and is Open-Source so people keep adding new functionality!
Oct 8th 2005 12:01AM That would be Singapore, not Sinagpore :) I know, I live there :P
Sep 4th 2005 2:14AM Similar to pku33, I started chatting back in the IRC days. I was a frequent late-night'er to be online with bunches of other people. IRC got wasted and ICQ was there to take it's place. Being one with the earlier ICQ#'s, I used it for most of my chatting needs. I never gave up on using MIRC for my IRC needs at that time tho. Not much after that, all my friends started using MSN. I had a YIM account, but never used it. So, when Trillian started up, it was a quick but painless switch: Trillian for ICQ, YIM and MSN. Perfect :) I've downgraded my chatting time tremendously and am barely online, but when I do, I use: Trillian for: ICQ, YIM, MSN, GTalk, IRC and Skype :) Wooooot :) Oh, for those who dont know about Skype running in Trillian, you still need Skype installed and running, but all communication can be done through Trillian: SkyLlian.
Aug 12th 2005 4:28AM There was another neat tool that could do this, but its more heavy-weight and its a trial version only called Surfpack Startpage. It also allowed you to include RSS feeds and stuff, but the first version was pretty "controlled", as in you could only add 1 manual RSS feed then! :) Now, 2.0 allows more feeds I think, but I was kind of turned down by the 30 days trial and the relatively high cost. Anyhow, I've used BookmarksHome for quite some time before and it had some bugs working on 1.0.5. I think those are already resolved in 1.0.6 and its pretty neat. I dont really like the Live Bookmarks option, as it is showing "Loading.." when you first open it. Nevertheless, neat tool :) If anyone has any better suggestions than writing my own, please do share with everyone! Thanks!