How to apply Getting Things Done [GTD] to the curation process...
Image via CrunchBaseLet me count the ways..."When technologists of the future look back in time, they'll remember 2009 as the year Google got serious about an internet operating system, speeding up the web, and indexing EVERYTHING in sight. Take a look at the year 2009 in Google." Source: This Year in Google: The 2009 Edition … Continue reading How do I love Google?
The folks at Lifehacker took a poll on the top calendaring applications. Here are the results... "Nothing's more important to your productivity arsenal than a solid scheduling tool, and considering so much of what we do happens at the computer, a good calendar application is just the thing to bring order to your agenda. On … Continue reading Calendars…
Gmail recently kicked butt in a Mashable poll asking users for their favorite email client. Adam Pash writes... "Way back in 2006, I showed you my favorite tips, tricks, and tools for making the most of Gmail. A lot has changed in the Gmail world since then, so much so that it seemed like a … Continue reading Become a Gmail master!
via lifehacker.com Lifehacker has a great roundup explaining the good and the bad of maintaining Windows. Definitely worth reading in its entirety! Click the 'via' link... Posted via web from e1evation, llc Related articles by ZemantaAnnouncing Freedom for Windows (fstutzman.com)Master Windows Searching with Google-Like Search Operators [Windows Tip] (lifehacker.com)Best Windows 7 Tweaker App (on10.net)Multi-finger Scrolling … Continue reading Windows Maintenance Tips: The Good, Bad, and Useless
"Today, I was firing off a couple of emails when I noticed that the message count in the top corner said, “483 Messages”! I decided enough was enough and began doing some more research into managing my inbox. I checked up on lifehacker.com, 43folders.com, and a few others to see what was going on. One … Continue reading The Working Inbox
via lifehacker.com I use 4 out of the 5 platforms daily. WordPress is the hands down favorite of most people in this poll, but the real winner is anyone who uses both Posterous and WordPress together to drive traffic... Posted via web from e1evation, llc