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Let's take a look at your morning. Chances are it takes you a while to wake up. You may need a shower, a shave, some coffee, breakfast, and maybe a chat with your loved one. Then—and only then—will you feel steady enough to wrestle with that onerous inbox of yours. I am very much this way: The last thing I want to do first thing is jump right into email. It's tempting, I know. How beautiful those bolded folders are with their brilliant blue unread mail counts, just itching to take over your brain, your time, and your life.
In response to customer feedback that many of you have reported on the OneNote forums on Microsoft Answers in the past months, the OneNote development team has released a free update for the desktop client version of Microsoft OneNote 2010. When applied, this update improves the user experience for SkyDrive integration features and the sync status interface for shared notebooks on SkyDrive and on SharePoint.
Read the full blog post to learn more about this update and where to download it!
The Halloween candy isn't even gone and you've likely started thinking about the 2011 holiday season. It's that time to collect wish lists, decide where to shop, and prepare for all those big meals with family and friends. This is certainly one of the busiest times of the year. But all that time and effort serves a purpose-to enrich the moments when you can pause and savor good food and good conversation with loved ones.
A PowerPoint presentation whiz in a workshop told you not to use more than three bullet points on a slide. She also said that adding visual images in PowerPoint--especially photographs--will tell your story better than words, charts, or tables. Photographs of people can be neighborly. They can be like a welcoming handshake with your audience. The next time you're putting together a presentation, you try adding one.
Or a Tweet. Or a LinkedIn post. Or, or... Last week we added a social sharing feature on our blog that lets you sign in here through your favorite social network, then share our content with your friends or followers. This is a big change from the past. Usually when you click on the now familiar Twitter bird on a company website (Did you know its real name is Larry--after the great basketball star Larry Bird?), you're sent to that company's Twitter stream.
Want to see what the future looks like based on where today's software and devices are headed? Kurt DelBene, the President of the Office Business Division, recently introduced the world to a future vision of productivity. This elegant, non-narrated video is based on reams of research.
The video certainly is cool, but I wanted to see where today's technology is laying the foundation for this vision. I talked with the creators of video, looked at their data, and generally peeked behind the curtain. Here's my video connecting the dots between the tools of today and the visions for tomorrow. Below the video, you can find links on how to get your hands on these tools now.
There's nothing worse finding your home mailbox filled with trash: useless coupons, real estate ads for houses you'll never be able to afford (cruel marketers!), sweepstakes entries, direct mail nonsense, and catalogs for you, your clothes, your hobbies, your wife (her clothes, her hobbies), your kids (ditto), and even your pets.
But wait; there IS something worse: Junk mail in your inbox, clogging it with promises of weight loss, virility, cases of champagne, and miracle cream to erase your fine lines and bad memories.
Making friends with your Outlook Junk Mail filter is like employing your very own beefy bouncer who’ll never let the uncool people beyond the front door.