Posts Tagged “Productivity”

Highrise for iPhone

by Dave on March 25, 2010

The folks at Overcommitted have made the official iPhone app for Highrise. It’s simple and effective, as one would expect any 37signals product to be. I like that the app’s main toolbar matches itself to the color scheme you’re using (…)

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iPhone note nirvana

by Dave on March 11, 2010

I’ve never gotten much use out of notes on the iPhone because I dislike typing more than a few words on it. I’m slower with it than I am with a full-sized keyboard which is frustrating. Plus, the bundled Notes (…)

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Tags 2

by Dave on February 23, 2010

I used Tags 1.x and liked it. It’s not really an “everything bucket,” but a powerful tool when combined with search. Version 2.0 is a free upgrade for registered users or US$29 for a license.

Teux Duex web-baesd to do app

by Dave on December 10, 2009

Boom goes the dynamite.

Just Below Zero Field Notes

by Dave on November 26, 2009

I ordered these the instant I received the notification email. I enjoyed the autumn colors, but simply can’t wait for these to arrive. They look beautiful.

Using Twimailer

by Dave on March 4, 2009

Today I received my first message from Twimailer and promptly fell in love. It replaces the dull, generic and largely useless notification emails from Twitter with informative alternatives. Now, when I acquire a new follower, I see her avatar, bio, (…)

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"Postable" smart folder

by Dave on February 10, 2009

Here’s a very simple trick that’s been serving me well this week. I made a “Postable” smart folder in The Hit List as pictured above. Now, whenever I get an idea, email or inspirational link that could become a post, (…)

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Printable Checklist

by Dave on February 9, 2009

Web-based checklist generator Printable Checklist is as simple as can be. In my experience, the best productivity applications mimic the simplicity of paper. Printable Checklist is as close as it gets. [Via Swiss Miss]

A review of two Things

by Dave on January 30, 2009

Shawn Blanc applies his exhausitve reivew technique to Things for the Mac and the iPhone. I’m almost ashamed to say that I still haven’t decided between Things and The Hit List. Perhaps Shawn will convince me.

Rocking the Emergent Task Planner

by Dave on September 15, 2008

David Seah’s Emergent Task Planner has been a life saver since I became solely responsible for how I spend my time. I fill it out at the top of each day. It helps me estimate how much time I might (…)

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