Using your iPhone as a laptop replacement

Posted on Mon, 25 Aug 2008 in Productivity • Tagged with Apple, iPhone, Mobile Computing, Road Warrior

I recently went to YAPC::Europe 2008 which was a technology conference about perl. Usually when I go to these kinds of events I log my laptop along and a big bag for cables and stuff. At this YAPC I did too - for the first day. The second day I …

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Delicious 2.0

Posted on Fri, 01 Aug 2008 in Productivity • Tagged with Online, Tools

imageYesterday was relaunched as with a revamped design and lots of speed improvements. This relaunch comes at the best time possible, as I was just about to move all my bookmarks to, which until yesterday had a much nicer interface. For now …

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Getting Things Done

Posted on Thu, 31 Jul 2008 in Personal • Tagged with GTD

imageHere at our house we like to get things done, and when we're not getting things done, we like to read about getting things done. For the record he chose the book all by him self, but I suspect that he's skimming the text and only looking at the figures …

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OmniFocus for iPhone 1.0.2 released

Posted on Thu, 31 Jul 2008 in Productivity • Tagged with Apps, GTD, iPhone, OmniFocus

OmniFocus.pngYet another version of OmniFocus for the iPhone has hit the App Store with lots of nice new features and fixes. If there is something you miss in OmniFocus you should definitely chime in on The OmniGroup Forums. The Omni support ninjas are very friendly, and will listen to reasonable …

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OmniFocus: My favorite iPhone app

Posted on Mon, 21 Jul 2008 in Productivity • Tagged with Apps, GTD, iPhone, OmniFocus

IMG_0002.PNGI have had my iPhone 3G for just about a week now, and I already have a favorite app. As you might have guessed from the screen shot it's OmniFocus for iPhone. Having your todo list where ever you go is such a huge benefit that I almost can't describe …

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Emacs Keybindings in Firefox

Posted on Mon, 02 Jan 2006 in Productivity • Tagged with Emacs, Firefox

I have decided to use Firefox as my main browser for a little while - One have to try something new once in a while... A plain Firefox 1.5 does not have Emacs key bindings, as all other Mac OS X applications have, and this sucks big time! Fortunately google …

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