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Comment trays, scansnap and spotlight (Score 1) 371

Any documents that come in are filed in 4-5 trays depending on whether its personal or professional mail. After a while the trays get filed into maps.

Important documents are scanned.
The scansnap i use is a breeze: very quick, doublesided, feeder scans. The pdfs end up in an action folder which triggers an OCR conversion on the pdf, and that is then automatically indexed by Mac OS X.
If it's a really important doc, i will go through the trouble of moving the doc from the scan folder to a hierarchical folder structure, but due to spotlight I tend to do this less and less. So basically the scanning process is a one button effort.

This setup works perfectly for me since years (and i have a *lot* of documents to manage).


Apple Patches Massive Holes In OS X 246

Trailrunner7 writes with this snippet from ThreatPost: "Apple's first Mac OS X security update for 2010 is out, providing cover for at least 12 serious vulnerabilities. The update, rated critical, plugs security holes that could lead to code execution vulnerabilities if a Mac user is tricked into opening audio files or surfing to a rigged Web site." Hit the link for a list of the highlights among these fixes.

IDEs With VIM Text Editing Capability? 193

An anonymous reader writes "I am currently looking to move from text editing with vim to a full fledged IDE with gdb integration, integrated command line, etc. Extending VIM with these capabilities is a mortal sin, so I am looking for a linux based GUI IDE. I do not want to give up the efficient text editing capabilities of VIM though. How do I have my cake and eat it too?"

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