Pick of the week: BeejiveIM

Posted on Thu, 25 Jun 2009 in Pick of the week • Tagged with Beejive, Instant Messaging, iPhone

Beejive logoThis weeks pick is all about communicating, and it's an iPhone app ((And a BlackBerry app and a Windows Mobile app - but who cares about these legacy platforms anyway... ;-))). With Apples release of iPhone OS 3.0 we got push notifications ((I still wish for a way to have apps …

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Pick of the week: 1Password

Posted on Sat, 13 Jun 2009 in Pick of the week • Tagged with 1Password, Apps, iPhone, MacOSX

1PasswordThis weeks pick is an tool that is usualy the first thing I install on a new computer ((And by computer I mean Mac)). It's an app that keeps my personal information safe. It's an app called 1Password that totally replaces MacOSX' build in Keychain. So why would I want …

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WWDC09 predictions

Posted on Mon, 08 Jun 2009 in Technology • Tagged with Apple, iPhone, Keynote, MacOSX, WWDC

WWDC09 BadgeMan I wish I was in San Francisco right now ((For one thing I would be sleeping right now instead of being on my way to work on another boring Monday morning)) and as you may already know today ((We who live in the future must wait until tonight at …

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Pick of the week: Flight Control

Posted on Thu, 04 Jun 2009 in Pick of the week • Tagged with Apps, iPhone

Flight ControlInspired by Leo and his gang on TWiT, I am starting a weekly post series about apps and technology I find particular cool. This weeks pick is a small game called Flight Control from Firemint. Flight Control is a very simple game with exceptionally beautiful graphics and it's very addicting …

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1Password touch 2.0 and 1Password 3.0

Posted on Mon, 01 Jun 2009 in Productivity • Tagged with 1Password, Apps, iPhone, MacOSX, Tools

1Password 3.0 - LockedEveryone's favorite credential manager will be out in version 3.0 later this year with a completely redesigned UI. Agile offered us a sneak-peak of the new Locked Screen, and I must say it looks spiffy. While we wait for 3.0 I suggest you upgrade your keychain to the …

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Posted on Sun, 10 May 2009 in Personal • Tagged with Geocaching, iPhone

GeocachingI've been wanting to try Geocaching for a long time, and today I finally did. Today was just another lazy Sunday, and then on a whim I suggested to my family "Hey lets go look for hidden treasures". I picked an easy nearby cache, and after dinner I took the …

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My top 8 favourite iPhone apps

Posted on Fri, 17 Apr 2009 in Technology • Tagged with 1Password, Apps, Files, iPhone, OmniFocus, Stanza, Tweetie, WifiTrak, Wordpress

My favorite iPhone apps When I started writing this blog post, it was called My top 5 favorite iPhone apps. But as I sorted through my installed ((I have 107 apps on my iPhone and a total of 144 apps in my iTunes library.)) apps, I had a really hard time limiting my self …

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A new Perspective on GTD

Posted on Sat, 28 Mar 2009 in Productivity • Tagged with GTD, iPhone, OmniFocus

By now I am sure you all have heard of OmniFocus, and if not let me start by stating that:

"This is the most powerful GTD® app on the marked today."

I have used OmniFocus on and off ever since the first public pre release, and when Omni later introduced …

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Pragmatic Books now in ePub!

Posted on Thu, 26 Mar 2009 in Books • Tagged with iPhone, PragProg

Pragmatic book pileA few days ago I tweeted about the latest news from the Pragmatic Programmers. This morning I received the official newsletter in my inbox with all the details. All of the Pragmatic Programmers eBooks are now available in the ePub and mobi formats as well as PDF. And whats even …

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Is Telia condoning Jailbreaking?

Posted on Mon, 15 Dec 2008 in Technology • Tagged with iPhone, WTF

imageIn order to get a kosher iPhone 3G here in Denmark, you have to suffer Telia. So when I upgraded my first generation iPhone to a 3G version I got a Telia iGo subscription which includes a monthly newsletter with tips and tricks. This months tip is how to move …

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