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Why haven’t more people heard about Synergy? It’s just about the best thing created for people that use more then one computer. I dislike KVMs and all that switching and stuff. Synergy let’s you just move your mouse from one screen to the next seamlessly. It’s a simple application that you can install to run as either a server or a client. I’ve had as many as 4 machines running with it. Oh and if you’re looking for a good OS X version of the app then look no further

Why haven’t more people heard about Synergy? It’s just about the best thing created for people that use more then one computer. I dislike KVMs and all that switching and stuff. Synergy let’s you just move your mouse from one screen to the next seamlessly. It’s a simple application that you can install to run as either a server or a client. I’ve had as many as 4 machines running with it. Oh and if you’re looking for a good OS X version of the app then look no further

Microsoft Team RSS Blog. That’s right it’s the MS blog about RSS! I know, healing I know, it’s doesn’t sound all that exciting, but it is good to get a feeling for what’s going on over there. I’m still a little overwhelmed by all the internal MS blogs that are cropping up.

Why haven’t more people heard about Synergy? It’s just about the best thing created for people that use more then one computer. I dislike KVMs and all that switching and stuff. Synergy let’s you just move your mouse from one screen to the next seamlessly. It’s a simple application that you can install to run as either a server or a client. I’ve had as many as 4 machines running with it. Oh and if you’re looking for a good OS X version of the app then look no further

Microsoft Team RSS Blog. That’s right it’s the MS blog about RSS! I know, healing I know, it’s doesn’t sound all that exciting, but it is good to get a feeling for what’s going on over there. I’m still a little overwhelmed by all the internal MS blogs that are cropping up.

TagCloudTagCloud searches any number of RSS feeds you specify, sildenafil extracts keywords from the content and lists them according to prevalence within the RSS feeds. Clicking on the tag’s link will display a list of all the article abstracts associated with that keyword.”

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