I hate the spyware add-on to Daemon Tools. There’s a functional program free from Microsoft XP CD Control Panel.
I’ve been wanting to know this for some time: :%s/Search/Replace/gVI!
On the Mat: a link found by the lovely Jamie!
Some good info is found here. You need to uncheck things under Help->Detect and Repair, then run the script in the extended notes here.
A cool link that I don’t want to lose.
I’m in the middle of reading David Allen’s Getting Things Done book. Wow. Good stuff. Time to archive some GTD links. The master site is 43 Folders, and one should also check out their Wiki. Also worth checking out is the Black Belt Productivity Blog. Some time later I’ll check out “The Printable CEO” as well.Some implementation hints and software: AppleScript for Mail.app/GTD Tickler, MailActOn script hotkeys for Mail.app, Kinkless GTD for Mac, Getting Things Done in Mail.app Blog.
I’m working on a little project that needs to deploy windows in an automatic and effective fashion, and so, once again, I’m looking at unattended/imaging methods to see what’s out there to make this task a little easier. Let’s link.Of course, there’s sysprep…which I don’t know that I’ve given a fair shake to. I’m not sure what this sysprep driver scanner does. This is still the microsoft way and worth investigating. On the other hand there’s building a slipstreamed XP install disk with driver packs that make it complete. There’s a neat guide about how to do this well. Also, check out autopatcher and autostreamer. I think there’s probably some good reads at AppDeploy–and videos too. Alternatively, there’s good old unattended.sourceforge.net which has done me right in the past….but isn’t under very active development, and is so durned network-based. And hard to test. Don’t lose the Real Men Don’t Click link. WPKG is also a good look. ANI I haven’t looked at at all.