Neil Turner's Blog

Blogging about technology and randomness since 2002

July 6, 2011
by Neil Turner
3 Comments

Meeting Maker on the iPhone and Thunderbird

At work, we use Meeting Maker as a calendar tool, especially when organising meetings (obviously). Without wanting to make comments about the program or the fact that my organisation uses it, sometimes it’s helpful to be able to view appointments … Continue reading

May 22, 2008
by Neil Turner
Comments Off

Been away, going away…

I’ve been away from this blog for some time – 2 weeks almost – which is mostly due to being busy at work and having very little free time at home as I’ve been playing World of Warcraft a bit more than usual lately.
Continue reading

January 25, 2008
by Neil Turner
Comments Off

Make Thunderbird look like Apple Mail

CuteBird is a theme for Thunderbird that basically makes it look like Apple Mail on Mac OS X. Though I prefer Thunderbird to Mail, I’ll admit that I prefer the look of Mail over Thunderbird, particularly since Leopard came out and the Proto theme was launched for the Firefox 3 betas.
Continue reading

November 23, 2007
by Neil Turner
2 Comments

Features in Outlook that I want in Thunderbird

Since I started full-time at the university I’ve been using Outlook 2003 as my email client while at work, since it’s the officially supported application by the IT department. I use Thunderbird at home, having done so for over 4 years, and though I like it I’ve found that some aspects of Outlook are just plain better.
Continue reading