If you saw #033 and would like to be able to have an app launcher as handy as Quicksilver on Windows, here comes Launchy (http://www.launchy.net). It is open source, free and awesome.
Better than a magazin. More up to date than a newspaper, and just containing what you are interested in. The pretty much sums up the free Flipboard (http://www.flipboard.com) for the iPad.
iOS: Dont having to copy all of your movies to your iOS device can save you a lot of space. Why not stream it from your computer? Air Video (http://www.inmethod.com/air-video/) handles all the on-the-fly encoding and streaming for you.
Windows: You might only have one desktop/screen but with the help of Dexpot (http://www.dexpot.de/) you can create up to 20 virtual one for different tasks or contexts.
Sometimes it is hard to keep track of all the little expenses we have each day. Having a utility that helps tracking this makes things much easier. The iPhone app Expenditure (http://j.mp/expenditureapp) helps tracking these in a nice way. There is still time to take part in the Summer of Podcasts (http://www.podcastmadness.com) and enter the code you'll get in this episode to win one of the cool prizes.
There is still nothing that can be said about Evernote (http://www.evernote.com) in general that wasn covered in #116 and #117 but today it is all about the Evernote Addon for Firefox (http://bit.ly/everfox).
We already showed you one Twitter app, but maybe your aren't into Birds, so Echofon (http://www.echofon.com) might be an alternative. Please don't forget that this is the last chance to enter the "Summer of Podcasts" (http://www.podcastmadness.com) contest.
There is nothing that can be said about Evernote (http://www.evernote.com) in general that wasn covered in #116 but today it is all about the Evernote Extension for Google Chrome (http://bit.ly/everchrome).
Web: If you havent heard about Evernote (http://www.evernote.com) you probably live under a rock, but you definitely missed one of the greatest productivity apps ever.
Accessing data like text messages, music, images, etc. on your iPhone seems to be impossible. Not any more! Phoneview (http://ecamm.com/mac/phoneview/) to the rescue!