KeyNote has long been regarded as one of the best outliners available but all development work has now stopped. The author Marek Jedlinski has outlined why in a polite and graceful exit note but I suspect the underlying reason is the demanding and ungrateful attitude of some freeware consumers. This is a message I hear repeatedly from freeware developers. Programmer David Brown summed it up nicely in a recent email: "I’ve put hundreds of hours of my own time into this utility and all I get is abusive letters saying why doesn’t it do this or do that or how the program is just junk or rubbish. I’ve had enough – they can go write their own programs." I concur. Every day I get rude and hostile email about the programs I recommend on my "46 Best-ever Freeware" list. It’s water off a ducks back to me but I sure understand how the program developers must feel.
NEW: The Data and Internet Security Guide (Vol1)
Volume I begins with the fundamentals of online security; the dos and don’ts of working online. We will give you some background on the issues of cyber-attacks and malware. We’ll explain terms, trends, and tips for understanding Internet security and why it’s important to you.
- Online Security Basics
- Tips and Tools for Better Online Security