- Florian Weich on Go Lightweight With Your Task Management App, Too
- Tony on Are We More Productive When Notifications Are In Our Faces?
- Read It Later and Instapaper – Just More Buckets to Worry About? | TaskMac on RSS Isn’t Dead, and It Can Help You Process Information Faster
- Daniel Gold on Reducing Task Management to Its Basics
Monthly Archives: September 2011
In line with the last post, is simple better? This free Mac app thinks so: Daily Mac App: iProcrastinate | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog: “Most of us have a love-hate affair with task management apps. We hate the … Continue reading
I have to confess that sometimes I think similar thoughts: Managing morning mail flood | Deccan Herald: “But the problem with a lot of organisational systems is that they replace one anxiety (“My stuff’s not organised”) with another (“My stuff’s … Continue reading
The Race Continues: VMware Fusion and Parrallels Continue to Slug It Out For Windows Productivity on OS X
Let’s be honest with ourselves – in a business world that is based on Windows, sometimes you need Windows apps. And – don’t hate me for saying it – there are some apps that are just better on Windows.
TripIt is an app that I first started using on my iPhone. It was one of those, “wow, this is cool” moments, when I realized that it gave me a beautiful itinerary with no effort on my part. A huge … Continue reading
So much for my love affair with RSS: Why keeping up with RSS is poisonous to productivity, sanity | Ars Technica: “Twice in as many weeks during the month of August, I was forced to go without my precious RSS … Continue reading
I might have to take a second look at Wunderlist, a popular productivity app that I looked at and deleted a short while ago. Why does it merit another look? Because it is cross-platform:
TechRadar UK comes up with its own list of the top 10 productivity apps on the Mac: Top 10 productivity apps for Mac OS X | News | TechRadar UK: “These are our 10 favourite apps for getting things done, … Continue reading
Definitely a required tip, in my opinion: Turn on App Expose in Lion | ITworld: “Here’s how you can turn on App Expose in Lion to use your trackpad more efficiently.”
Someone else took a stab at coming up with a list of Mac apps to help you become more productive. I haven’t heard of some of these, but I am a fan of Fluid: