OCTOBER ARCHIVES 1998
Part 1 of 2
TimeTrax offers an expanded
overview, and more flexible appointment generation along with improved interface -- more
information, more quickly. Users may associate event entries with a symbol denoting the
type of event, whether birthday, meeting or holiday. Instead of short titles, users may
enter multiple lines of description for an event, without having to link to Notepad to
display expanded information. A German version is also available from the developer. This
version includes many new features and fixes! If you've installed previous versions
of TimeTrax, this new version gives you another 30 days to evaluate the product.
Before you install the latest version of TimeTrax, the developers request that you
make a backup of your Newton data, remove the current version of TimeTrax from your Newton
and be sure to have 200k of free memory upon installation. If TimeTrax is the
backdrop-application, select e.g notes as backdrop first. Credit: Config eG.
The SBM Utilities for Newton is a collection of tools primarily for
developers, but some - like Backup and Restore - are useful for everyone. This product has
been significantly enhanced after a thirteen part beta program. Checking out the
documentation before use is highly recommended. Also available below: Icon Editor
beta for use with SBM Utilities. Docs are current as of version 1.3.2 -- for
the latest documentation visit the
Softwarebüro Müller website. Credit: Softwarebüro Müller.
Urban music disc jockeys DJ MG and DJ Theory have
teamed up with Newton user Hubertus Mueller to produce a Newton version of House Zone, a
regular column featured in Urban Beat. If you're a fan of jazz or just want to read
thoughtful and well written music reviews, venue reviews and industry news, check out
House Zone for the Newton. Credit: DJ MG, DJ Theory and Hubertus Mueller.
If you use your Newton to keep track of movies
you've been wanting to rent, try Tom Sheppard's Newton Book of the world famous Internet
Movie Database. Mr. Sheppard's Newton book is a searchable collection of movies mostly
from the US and Canada released between 1997 and 1998. The latest version includes a
jump to naviagation feature in the listing the included movies also on the AFI's Top 100
and the IMDb's Top 250. Users interested in downloading the Newton Book of
IMDb may also want to grab Avi
Drissman's '61 Memory Fix as the author reports his book may generate -10061
errors. IMPORTANT: When downloading this 3.5 MB file, make sure you have enough
space on a card to do so -- if insufficient space is available, the card will be erased.
For screenshots and other info, visit Mr. Sheppard's website. Credit: Tom
IMDb book containing just the Top 250 IMDb and
100 AFI movie titles, countries, IMDb rating and number of votes and AFI rankings. Since
the two books don't include plots, actors, producers or directors listings, they're super
fast to load and navigate. This release now includes improved search handling and listings
from Australia and the UK as well as the original US and Canada listings. This book has
information from 1990 through 1998 and features new jump to navigation. For screenshots
and other info, visit Mr. Sheppard's website. Credit: Tom Sheppard.
Tom Sheppard's new Newton book comprising the
American Film Institute's Top 100 movies of all time list and the Internet Movie
Database's Top 250 movie picks. The latest version includes improved search
handling. This is a great way to get even more use out of your Newton -- at the
rental store! This book features the new Jump to navigation. For screenshots and other
info, visit Mr. Sheppard's website.
Credit: Tom Sheppard.
Geek Gas is a
simple, yet geeky, mileage calculator for logging car use and maintenance triggers.