by Josh Back in elementary school I was in a class in which we did a study on dreams. Not just meanings of dreams and facts and the like, but actually ways to remember them. Not only was it pretty sweet to be able to wake up and remember a lot of the stuff you […]
by Josh Running a large number of sites I frequently get quite a bit of email that all have similar answers. Things like “Do you offer international shipping?” or “How can I submit an article?”…those sorts of things. All of these sorts of questions I have to spend time answering…time that could be spent much […]
By John Zeratsky Modern technology is often blamed for adding complexity to our lives. I frequently hear references to “a simpler time” before we had computers, PDAs, cell phones and home theaters. Well, that’s a bunch of crap!
Resource: Blinksale, a lightweight, easy to use, online invoicing application. My friends over at Firewheel Design have launched a great new Web based tool that any small business owner should check out. It’s called Blinksale, and it’s a great, easy to use and learn tool for sending and managing invoices online. From the site: Blinksale […]
Backpack just got a whole lot cooler in my opinion. Roling out an API, even a simple one, shows that they really mean it when they say things like “You should make the rules!” and “It’s organization the way you want it.” I can see how I might be able extend and “plug” backpack into […]
Over at space-age wasteland you can find a some great tutorials about how to be more productive and Get Things Done (GTD) with Gmail. Personally I’ve not being using Gmail, but the more I hear about it the more I’m thinking I need to give it a try. In any case, they’ve recently published a […]
GTDTiddlyWiki looks to be a useful tool that quite a few people are checking into. I spent some time with it last night and I’ve got to say, it’s pretty cool. I’ve got nothing more than a few initial impressions to share, but if you’re looking for more check out How are you using GTDTiddlyWiki? […]