Cooking the Productivity Sauce

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Sep 01, 2008 GMT
Dmitri Popov

Since this is the very first post, it makes sense to explain what this blog is about. So here it goes. OpenOffice.org, Thunderbird, BasKet Note Pads, FreeMind, TiddlyWiki -- there are a lot of open source applications and tools out there that can help you to be productive. But installing these programs on your machine won't immediately boost your productivity and make your daily computing more efficient. It takes time to get to know each application, and -- more importantly -- figure out how to integrate it into your workflow. Time that we often don't have. And this is where the Productivity Sauce blog comes into the picture. The blog will supply you with tips and tricks on using productivity tools, explain how to make different applications work together, and show you how to get the most out of them. The blog will not only cover the usual suspects like OpenOffice.org, Firefox, and Thunderbird, but will also help you to discover lesser-known yet nifty applications, utilities, and extensions that can improve your daily computing. So if you want to optimize your workflow using open source software, or you want to learn a few neat tricks on using your favorite productivity tool, you might want to stick around and subscribe to the Productivity Sauce RSS feed.

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