Progress Report

All In Good Time

Does time fly when you're browsing the Net? Chances are you and your employees are spending far more time surfing the Web than you'd actually like. While some of it has to do with the natural tendency to get a little sidetracked, a tool such as Sequel NetPIM 1.0 from Sequel Technology in Bellevue, Washington, can help you better manage your online time.

Sequel NetPIM ($29.95) helps users organize and update Web information. Do you waste time locating sites you've already visited? Sequel NetPIM files site addresses and HTML documents in customizable folders, with an area for personal notes and a snapshot of the site to jog your memory. Once you've visited a bookmarked site, Sequel NetPIM's Agent automatically notifies you of changes (no more compulsive rechecking of sites!), and you can schedule the Agent to download information at convenient times for offline browsing. Still can't figure out where the time goes? Another useful feature tracks browser activity, including date and time of access, total time spent downloading information from a site, and more.

System requirements include a PC running Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0, 10MB hard-drive space and 8MB RAM. To check out Sequel NetPIM or other Sequel Technology products, visit the company's Web site at (

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This article was originally published in the June 1997 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Progress Report.

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