OneNote introduced a handy shortcut “WindowsKEY+S” which activated the snipped tool so you can take little snippets of your screen, and paste anywhere – outlook, gmail, word…. I now can not live without this shortcut, its just so handy! No more “Screenshot, open paint, crop, save as jpeg, etc etc”.
When Windows 8.1 update came about WindowsKEY+S changed to “Windows search”… ARRGGHH!!!!! Its gone. There were some regkey edits you could do, and I soon had “WindowsKEY+A” as my new snippet shortcut. However with the latest updated of WIndows/office the native snippet too is back, “WindowsKEY+Shift+S”. Welcome back !
I’ve recently found a handy trick to turn your websites into its own application…no ribbon, no browser menus, and including desktop & start bar shortcuts.
Over time I’ll be expanding on more productivity tips with applications, processes and my own findings. Today I wanted to show you a little trick that is great when transitioning your workforce from “Emails for everything message” to using Microsoft Lync.
Wow… the detail of the information of MetaData the gov wants to keep is quite disturbing. http://ow.ly/AIuh6
What seems like years ago now I joined up to an excellent mobile service called “Kogan Mobile”. For those that remember, this was a 5gb unlimited no frills plan for around $40/m. Kogan shook up the market and Telstra along with it. This mobile disruption was well overdue and 10s of thousands flocked to change over to the news service. Finally I had the freedom to use my android smart phone to the fullest. At the time I caught 1.5hrs of public transport to and from work and I felt I could finally flex my data – YouTube, Spotify, streaming anime & tv shows…. Life was grand. Then, as far as I know (who knows what really went down), Telstra kicked up a stink and threw Kogan and its customers into a legal loophole that shut down the service. Now that’s not why we are here, what I wish to discuss with you is what happen post-Kogan, what’s available*, or I should say “Not available”, in the this pre-paid void.
*Pre-Paid Comparison chart included.
I recently upgrade my Lync office headset to the Jabra Supreme UC. I had a few reasons to upgrade but the main reason was that I tele-work and I wanted to have the same high quality phone experience wherever I worked – in the home office, on the road or in the Brisbane office.
Taking the afternoon off to work on some well overdue music projects.