May 31, 2005
Dear CNET members,
Whether at home or the office, are you a do-it-yourself type? If you are, then let me be one of the first to introduce to you our new Digital Home DIY and Building the Ultimate Office feature on CNET.com. These two new exclusive areas offer you great step-by-step guides and advice from our editors to simplify home and office tech projects. While these areas are packed full of information from why to do them to how to get started on these ventures, we turn to you also--yes, I mean you as a community because I'm sure many of you are no strangers to these undertakings. So swing by and share some of your insights, experiences, and tips on these projects with our audience. The more we share, the merrier we are. These brand-spanking-new areas are just absolutely amazing, but don't let me be the one to judge it; check them out for yourself. Read up, learn something new, and be one of the first to offer your knowledge in these areas. Enjoy!
Whether you run your business from your kitchen table or a mahogany desk in a plush corporate headquarters, we can help you take your office to the next level. With our customized product picks, helpful tips and tricks submitted by the CNET community, and free office tools, we have the resources you need to transform your office into the ultimate office--whatever your budget, wherever you work.
Building a conference room
Whether confabbing at a corner cafe or a corporate concourse, we have the tech tips, picks, and tools you need to build out your conference room on your budget.
What technology do you depend
on for holding a good meeting?
Building a home office
You can run your business from your kitchen table or a mahogany desk. Either way, we have the tech tips, picks, and advice you need.
What technology is most essential
to your home office?
Office in the air
Airplanes are a productivity sinkhole, and the airport itself isn't much better. We have the tips on how to book your trip online and get work done at the airport.
What technology helps you get
work done on the plane?
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