Now that I am running Office 2010, it has the ability to save documents to their new WebApps online service. You can manage your files with your SkyDrive, you get 25 GB free with your Microsoft Live account. This has led me to dive a little deeper into their online services and I am just getting confused about everything they provide. For instance, is it... Live SkyDrive or Office Live Workspace Documents? Office Web Apps and/or Live Office? or even now Office 2010 (Save to Web)? Live Photos and/or Flickr? Live Network, Groups, Contacts and now People? Live Profile or is it Live Spaces? wtf? As I have adapted Google Docs (now that I found Google Drawings) I will keep posting and comparing the 2 here.
While working on our new website, I have found that I have started to get disorganized with my potential thoughts, pics and content. I had many random text files of content I created, stuff I copied from old sites/brochures, powerpoint slides and photos strewn about several folders. This became difficult to manage...so I recently tried out MS OneNote again and it is PERFECT! You set up a workbook like a canvas, then you add folders and pages to those folders. This is just how my brain works, but I needed a nice neat way to store it visually and this is perfect. You can drag files, photos and type random thoughts wherever you want. If you think in random spurts like me - you should try out OneNote !
Tim has got me cranking on a new web presence for EnGraph Software. We have posted a preview screenshot on our company facebook page and twitpic . We also decided to put the estimated prices of our software products on our website.
It's been a while since I have posted, but Tim and I are in Fayetteville, AR at Razorback Transit. Where we just installed our latest version of ParaPlan. Shown above are Jay and Barrett using ParaPlan 4.0. On another note, EnGraph Software is now solely owned by myself and Tim. He has assumed the roles of CEO/CTO/CFO, whereas I have assumed the role of sales, marketing, support and business development. We are currently overloaded and looking for help on the software development front. For more information, please read Tim's post here: http://geekswithblogs.net/thibbard/archive/2009/12/30/engraph-is-hiring-ndash-asp.net-kansas-city.aspx