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News: Sciral Consistency for iPhone version 1.0.3 is now in the App Store, with support for iTunes File Sharing! http://bit.ly/uuIZaq
 
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1  Personal Effectiveness / Personal Effectiveness Tools / What's In Your Toolkit? on: July 06, 2005, 03:19:05 PM
I'm sick of Retrospect - just sick of it. They treat the Mac like an ugly stepchild.

I like Deja Vu and Super Duper

At night on the way to bed, I plug a firewire cable from my cheap external hard drive into my laptop, and it all happens automagically. Every 10 days or so, thanks to Sciral Consistency, I take the hard drive to the office for safekeeping and bring home another.
2  Personal Effectiveness / Personal Effectiveness Tools / What's In Your Toolkit? on: July 06, 2005, 03:14:03 PM
A note about archiving email. Here's what I do:

1) Get a Gmail account
2) Download Mail Act-On
3) Configure Apple Mail.app. It's sweet, especially in Tiger.
4) Setup a keyboard shortcut (ctrl-K for me) to forward to GMail for archiving
5) While you're in Mail's prefs, you can setup a rule to forward all messages older than 60 days or so to your new GMail archive
6) Now set a trigger in Quicksilver to boom - take you off to GMail to search your archive when necessary. Mine is ctrl-opt-cmd-G
3  Sciral / Sciral Consistency Feature Requests / Small Functionality on: July 06, 2005, 03:06:46 PM
What a sweet, useful application, and thanks for keeping it simple. An interface update and new icon would help it, but hey, it keeps me on top of household chores, watering plants, vehicle maintenance, changing the AC filter, brushing the dogs every 3 - 5 days, keeping up with people and so much more.

No need to integrate with iCal. iCal has a task list. Sciral isn't for those kinds of to-do's.

 
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