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Get organised

作者:鲜唛    发布时间:2019-03-07 03:15:16    

Throw away that cumbersome loose-leaf organiser and log on to the Net. Major Internet portals now offer free Web-based electronic organisers that provide you with calendars, address books, to-do lists, e-mail, group scheduling and other features. In return, the portal gets more people looking at its ads. The site holds your diary information, so you can access it over the Net from home, the office or any cybercafe. The Daily Drill (www.dailydrill.com) takes the lightest approach to the serious business of trying to whip your business and personal life into shape. You can view your calendar by the day, week, month or year and customise your page by adding so-called “drill bits”—extra touches such as a joke of the day, curious quotes or historical trivia. If you want to make friends as well as plan your day, try www.PlanetAll.com. When you sign up, you fill in a form that asks where you went to school, where you work and so on. PlanetAll looks for matching answers from other people who have signed up and puts you in contact. You have some control over how much information is passed on to these people, but in the end you don’t know whether you’ll end up hearing from a long-lost buddy, the soulmate you never knew you had, or someone you had hoped never to meet again. Yahoo Connected Office at connected.clubs.yahoo.com/office goes a step beyond personal organisers by allowing you to create and share a calendar and messages with a group of colleagues or friends. You control who has access, so the site can be used to share private information such as meeting dates, events or anything else that’s important for everyone in the group to know about. A virtual boardroom is available for online meetings: pick the people you want to share information with and Yahoo will send them an invitation in the form of a link to your customised area. They then just follow the link and log on. More on these topics:

 

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