photo credit: ASurroca For a while I’ve been using a few Web 2.0 applications that, on their own, are great, but when when partnered with other Web 2.0 apps, become superstar efficiency optimizers. The applications Consider Jott, IWantSandy, and Twitter. Jott is a voice to text application. You call a free number, say your message, […]
Over the last few weeks you’ll may have noticed that I’ve been writing and twittering about moving my blog from the .net domain to .com. A few years ago I managed to grab BradGrier.com when it came open, but I’d not decided what to do with it until recently. I’d been having some performance issues […]
Last time I mentioned this great little Two Minute timer to help you manage your GTD Processing. Well, that’s great for when you’re actually hard at work and trying to be productive, but what about afterwards — when you want to know just what you spent your time doing (or not doing!). Do you trust […]
A friend of mine pointed me to this brilliant post (via iPhone Central) The concept is simple; Scan the front and back of all your barcoded membership cards, and carry them around in your iPhone. To test it out I went to the local hardware store and asked the girl behind the counter if she […]
Walt Mossberg (Wall Street Journal tech guy) has a video review that may help: Interesting item, but it’s still too pricey for me.
If you’ve ever noticed the pricing on the back of a paperback available in Canada, you’ll notice that there are two prices listed; US and Canadian. With the current exchange rate (1.064 USD -> CAD) I thought I’d run a quick analysis on purchasing four books from Amazon.ca and Amazon.com, and see which would be […]
Earlier this morning I had despaired; my Palm Pilot had fallen and couldn’t get up. It had crashed. Hard. I had to force a Hard Reset to even get it back to the factory default condition. I’d lost my ebooks, schedule, contacts, everything. Sure, it was backed up on my computer, in a backup folder, […]