CodeTwo Outlook Reply All Reminder is a free tool that resolves all those “e-mail-reply-boobs” once and for all. It is a typical ‘install-and-forget’ program so it does not need any configuration. Straight after you install this handy application, you will be notified about other recipients of the original message every time you click Reply.
CodeTwo Outlook Attachment Reminder is a free and easy to use Microsoft Outlook add-in which will prompt you to attach files to your email if it seems you have forgotten to do it. The program quickly scans your message right after you click the send button and checks it for predefined keywords that trigger an alert.
With Sneek Peek you can preview any message in your inbox???read or unread???simply by right-clicking it. The preview pane will display part of the message, as well as buttons for scrolling through the thread???if there is one???and a couple for archiving and deleting:??
After activating Sneak Peak in Labs, either right??click on a message or use the handy keyboard shortcut ???h???, and the preview pane will pop up. You probably won???t be able to see the entire message you???re looking at, but it???s definitely enough to figure out if the message is important or if it should promptly be sent to your archive. You can use the ???j??? and ???k??? shortcuts to scroll through your list of messages, looking at a preview of each.
Google Reader Play is a casual, push style way to feed yourself distracting/ enlightening/ inspiring snippets, imagery and videos. You can star a specific page, Like it or share it, but just jumping from page to page using the bottom navigation works too.
gleeBox is an experimental project that takes a keyboard-centric approach to navigating the web. It provides alternatives to actions that are traditionally performed via the mouse. Some of these are radically more efficient than using a mouse, some not so much. In all cases, they are mostly meant for keyboard and command line lovers.
Our dreams of an actually useful wearable computer have still yet to materialize, but the second-generation Kopin Golden-i concept — now inconspicuously Motorola-branded — is an interesting attempt. It’s based around a head mounted, magnified SVGA LCD that is meant to be “glanceable” while the user remains aware of their surroundings. The Windows CE-chugging, OMAP3530-powered computer onboard is voice controlled and also motion sensing (for cursor control), and can hook up with other devices over Bluetooth, WiFi and USB. Of course, it remains to be seen if software can make something like this truly usable, but it certainly looks like the hardware is all there — and the form factor isn’t pure tragedy either. Check out the Charbax-infused video demo of the device after the break. Source: http://www.engadget.com/2010/02/23/motorola-shows-off-kopin-golden-i-wearable…