updated 06:10 pm EDT, Tue September 13, 2005
Onlife creates \'Shoebox\'
Thomaz Edison today released a public , his information management software designed to observe user interactions with software applications and create a searchable, personalized "shoebox" of collected data. Onlife supports Safari, Firefox, iTunes, iChat, TextEdit, and Mail while saving web pages visited, emails read, documents written, and more. Special search features such as tags and graphical visualizations characterize the application "more like an information man" rather than a traditional desktop search application. nlife also indexes the contents of the shoebox, making it searchable and displaying all of the interactions with supported applications over time. It is available as a beta and requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later.