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Bleeding Edge TV 446: NeatWorks 5, NeatCloud, NeatDesk

We chat with the folks at Neat Company in this episode, a company focused on helping its users go paperless. We get a look at the NeatDesk Desktop Scanner, the new Neat 5 (NeatWorks 5) desktop database software, the Neat iOS and Android apps that access NeatCloud itself. This video was recorded at CES 2012.

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2010 Holiday Gift Guide: NeatDesk desktop scanner

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When we wrote up our NeatDesk review a couple months ago, we didn't expect to be an impressed as we were - we had to include it in our 2010 Holiday Gift Guide. Seriously, if you know someone who wants to go all digital and paperless, or someone that just wants to be better organized with their documents, receipts, and business cards, you should consider the NeatDesk. Available both for Mac and PC, the NeatDesk scanner combines with the NeatWorks software (included) to give you one of the most powerful document scanning and organization tools we've ever seen. They normally retail for $500, but Amazon's get the PC version for $358 and the Mac version for $383.


In Brief: Gmail Introduces Colored Labels

Posted by Jenny Lewis Categories: Google, Internet

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Keeping track of multiple projects?  Gmail has now made it even easier to keep your inbox straight.  The newly introduced colored labels make it easy to see at a glance what’s on your plate.  Easy to create and edit, and even easier to add to existing filters, consider it another way to manage your email without actually having to look at it.


The Freelancer’s Toolset

Posted by Jenny Lewis Categories: Internet, Misc. Tech

While perusing del.icio.us bookmarks over the holiday, I came across technology and productivity blog Codswallop’s fantastic Freelancer’s Toolset.  Yoav Ezer posted this list of 100 tools for freelancers back in May, and barring a few recent developments in the web app universe, it’s exhaustive and incredibly helpful.  With apps covering organization, calendaring and to-do’s, money, storage, project management and productivity, writing and design, security and privacy, mobility and contact, marketing and networking, business and legal, contact and feedback, website tools, printing and packaging, revenue building and giving, and more - just about anything that a freelancer can use on the web to further their business can be found on this list.

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