Why I love Active Words

by Lee Hopkins on November 26, 2007 · 7 comments

in Uncategorized

A picture says a thousand words, so here is the picture:

Click on the image to see the full-size version. Then go to ActiveWords.com to download your 30-day free trial

For a measly $49.95 USD (Enterprise Annual License price: $29.95 USD per seat per year) you get a phenomenal tool that is currently saving me nearly $80 USD a month.

You’d be stupid to pass this productivity tool up, really.

No, I have no vested interest; no there is no affiliate link attached to this.

Currently listening to: Ace Of Base – All That She Wants

  • http://www.activewords.com/ Buzz Bruggeman

    Lee…

    If this is all the time you are saivng, we need to have a little tutorial. You should be saving at least 30 minutes per day or more.

    Let me know a good time to talk.

    Buzz

  • http://www.activewords.com/ Buzz Bruggeman

    Lee…

    If this is all the time you are saivng, we need to have a little tutorial. You should be saving at least 30 minutes per day or more.

    Let me know a good time to talk.

    Buzz

  • http://leehopkins.net/ Lee Hopkins

    Ooops! I forgot that in the blogosphere *anyone* can listen {grin}

    I’d love to have a chat, Buzz! This week is not good, next week I’m on a client site during the day but am possibly available evenings (let me know your timezone and I’ll do the maths and suggest a few times).

    Cheers! (and thanks for listening!) :-)

  • http://leehopkins.net Lee Hopkins

    Ooops! I forgot that in the blogosphere *anyone* can listen {grin}

    I’d love to have a chat, Buzz! This week is not good, next week I’m on a client site during the day but am possibly available evenings (let me know your timezone and I’ll do the maths and suggest a few times).

    Cheers! (and thanks for listening!) :-)

  • http://www.salevy.com/ Steve Levy

    How does activeworlds compare with secondlife and there.com (for high school use)?

  • http://www.salevy.com Steve Levy

    How does activeworlds compare with secondlife and there.com (for high school use)?

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