Online Finds: Never Say, 'Oops! I Forgot'
January 1, 1997
When you're trying to juggle 101 things at once (and who isn't?), it helps to be reminded about birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events. Now you can get important reminders free through E-mail. E-Mind Me!, located at e-mind.com, will send you five reminders of the events you don't want to forget: at 30 days, 14 days, and 7 days before the event; on the day before; and on the day of. Just register at the site, fill out a form, and provide some specifics about the events you want to remember. The site also provides gift suggestions as well as links to Web-based services that sell the items.
Tech Tips for Small Offices
Check out smalloffice.com/expert, the ''Tech Expert'' page at Your Small Office, a site developed by the editors of Small Business Computing and Home Office Computing. Billed as the on-line version of ''the handy MIS person that most corporations have,'' this page provides weekly software and hardware picks as well as a column (''Tech Expert Says'') that provides answers to basic computing questions.
New Kid on the (Cyber) Block?
If you're an Internet newbie, visit the ''Newbie Help'' page at Netlinks! Your Online Cyberspace Guide, located at netlinks.net/netlinks/newbie.html. You'll find tips and on-line tutorials for navigating the Internet, including Netiquette 101 (do's and don'ts of the Web) and a Net dictionary.
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