Chris Shipley and the Guidewire Group have selected Attensa one of the BlogOn 2005 Social Media Innovators. Craig Barnes and Eric Hayes are heading to New York for the BlogOn 2005 conference at the Copacabana. If you want to connect with Eric and Craig in New York give Eric a call 503.577.2900
I've been waiting for this one and I bet you have too. Here's the complete Firefox toolbar for Attensa. The new Firefox toolbar makes it easy to find, preview and subscribe to
RSS feeds and it includes full support for Del.icio.us tagging.
It works with Firefox 1.0 and 1.5.
Every action performed using the Firefox toolbar is immediately synchronized in Outlook and with Del.icio.us.
You can see your subscriptions and read articles without leaving Firefox.
You can easily tag a page or post by selecting from a list or by creating new tags. Your Del.icio.us tags are updated automatically.
Here's the tagging list. You see all of your tags, See your tagged articles and jump to you Del.icio.us bookmark page from the toolbar in Firefox.
You can quickly access the Attensa configuration window by clicking on the Attensa icon in the Firefox Toolbar
With .991 you can use your browser of choice IE or Firefox and get the full feature set.
We also fixed these bugs in .991
Address an issue that could cause Outlook to crash when it's closed.
Got rid of the pesky dialog when forwarding an article
The security alert when forwarding an article in Office 2002 is gone.
The Outlook Datafile is Closed message has been banished.
Firefox windows behave the way they should, popping to the foreground as expected.
When you remove a subscription in the Attensa app, the subscription and articles are deleted from Outlook.
I have a media opportunity for a company that is using RSS and Attensa for Outlook in their small business (20 -200 employees). I received a call from a writer from Inc. Magazine who is writing a piece on RSS. If you are using RSS in an interesting way and want some great exposure send me an email and I'll put you in contact with the writer.