My name is Cédric Bozzi. I make websites and apps, and this is my blog dedicated to technology: here you’ll find news, opinions and reviews, all written by a Mac-head who tends to have definite opinions about stuff.
Start++ [via] takes Vista’s start menu search box that much closer to Quicksilver by letting you define commands and abbreviations to open any kind of programs or web searches: type “w steve jobs” to open the Steve Jobs page on Wikipedia; “g copycat” for a Google search; “play britney” to launch an m3u playlist; etc. All of that just a Windows key press away.
Simpler than Humanized Enso or whatever else shareware passes for Quicksilver clones on Windows; pretty cool assuming it works if advertised.