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Keeping Online Orders Straight

Fern Modena

TUG Lifetime Member
Jun 16, 2004
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Southern Nevada
Since many TUGgers like to shop online, I thought I would share this with you. I've found a new program that keeps your online orders straight. Every time you order something online, it adds it to a list it keeps, and tracks it for you if it has a tracking number. If it doesn't have a tracking number but does have an estimated delivery date, it tells you how long until you will receive the item. It *knows* over a hundred different companies, and there is a way to send it any orders that it does not automatically know. It also stores past orders, in case you want to go back to a company later and cannot remember its name.

The program is called Slice. I found it through Netted by the Webbys, an email list I subscribe to. You can read their archive of past articles/programs here.