What is the best way of organizing and managing my thousands of contacts - software, best practices, general ways of thinking about the issue? [more inside]
posted by michaeldunaway
on Jun 5, 2012 -
I use Google Calendar with the iPod's Calendar app. Whenever I change what calendar an event is found in (from School to Work, for example), it does so successfully on the iPod, but the next time I log in to Google Calendar, that event is in both calendars. How do I keep it from duplicating like this?
posted by dubadubowbow
on Sep 8, 2011 -
Is there a simple way to take a snapshot of a file structure/hierarchy on a Mac? [more inside]
posted by tawny
on Sep 30, 2010 -
Is there an app/script/somethin'-sweet I can install on my Mac(s) that will allow me to organize my email INBOX? [more inside]
posted by iamkimiam
on Jan 31, 2009 -
I have a bunch of files, in a nested directory structure. I'd like to collapse the directory structure and move all the files into one folder, preferably sorting them by file extension or name. How do I do this as quickly and easily as possible in WinXP? (Using Cygwin is OK if that's the only way to do it.) [more inside]
posted by Kadin2048
on May 9, 2007 -
43Filters: I'm looking to re-organize my home directory on my Mac OS X laptop, and I want to do so with a clear organizational structure in mind. The majority of data is work-related, though I have a lot of personal data as well. I need to have a clear distinction between work and personal data, to make backups easier. I tend to create deep hierarchies, and I'd like to simplify where possible. [more inside]
posted by redmonk
on Dec 15, 2005 -
I like what VisualCD
does (makes a browseable catalog of a given disk), but it is bonking on files bigger than 2GB. This is a deal breaker for my needs.
Anybody know a more robust alternative for Win32, that does the same thing?
posted by everichon
on Nov 8, 2005 -
I need help organizing my digital life! I am an academic who works on three different XP computers... [more inside]
posted by LarryC
on Mar 29, 2005 -
I'm looking for a very simple to-do list that will sit on my desktop. I've searched Google, but a lot of the results that come up are integrated with calendars and other functions I don't have use for. The ones I did download seem suspicious and attempt to contact their home networks; I don't want anybody spying on me. Does anyone use something like this, where I can simply type a linear list of things I have to get done, and have it floating on my dekstop?
posted by tomorama
on Jan 5, 2004 -