Cars are becoming extremely complex products. In the 1950s all it took was a mechanical engineer, today most vehicle control components are computer controlled. Even…
Some time ago I posted a few comments about setting up my Nokia E61 (see First steps with a Nokia E61). One thing I still had to manage was importing my GMail contacts into the headset’s address book. After some troubleshooting I finally found a convenient way to do that: I export GMail contacts, import them into Lotus Notes and sync everything with Nokia’s PC Suite.
Last June I bought a Nokia E61 smartphone. For more than three years my old rugged Nokia 5210 served me well and offered the basics I expect from a phone: calling, messaging and synchronizing contacts with a PC-based address book. My increasingly busy life pushed me, however, to look for something more. Synchronizing my work and private agenda is now a necessity, along with handling a richer address book, taking notes, accessing and managing fifty or so passwords and traveling with a core set of documents and spreadsheets.
HyperDrive is a hierarchical categorized personal information manager to help you handle increasing amounts of tasks and activities in your everyday life. Information is organized by type and priority in a fully editable hierarchy. Adding, editing, reorganizing and finding information is easy and straightforward.