Get work done with anyone (by Do) I think this is the first time I’ve seen acknowledgment of the task as part of a collaborative ToDo app.
Screenshots of Despair →
/via RT by @marcoarment
BRYCE DOT VC →
On indie businesses and playing by your own terms
David Cleland on Northern Ireland’s first 1:1 iPad... →
I am so impressed with the changes that iPad brings into the education system.
Panic Blog » About Gatekeeper →
Doing What You (Don’t) Love →
when you do what you love, it can often lead to being all that you do So true
Don’t let your desire to Get Shit Done™ get in the way of you getting shit done.– How I Use OmniFocus to Organize My Life
∞ An iPad Bar →
Wish there was a one like that nearby
Daring Fireball: iPad (3) →
You’ve probably already read this
✚ Byword →
A good review of Byword by Shawn
Mac App Store - Flow →
FTP+SFTP client with beautiful design for just $4.99 (50% off until March 20th, 2012). I bought it as part of MacHeist nanoBundle 2 a couple of years ago. The app has grown faster and more reliable since then.
App Store - Byword →
Introductory price – $2.99. It has iCloud sync with the Mac app, and shortcuts for Markdown editing. Awesome!
Buy this application! It will allow you to use your favourite text editor (e.g. Byword) in any other application, including Safari.
Tending to OmniFocus →
Stephen Hackett from 512pixels shared a few weeks ago how he keeps his system running well. Perform Weekly Review on iPad — every Friday at 4:00 PM Sweep OmniFocus Inbox — daily at 10:30 AM and 4:30 PM While I can see how this is helpful I am not sure these are the kind of tasks you want in OmniFocus. Sweeping OF inbox and performing maintenance tasks should be parts of a ritual,...
The Joel Test
Do you use source control? Can you make a build in one step? Do you make daily builds? Do you have a bug database? Do you fix bugs before writing new code? Do you have an up-to-date schedule? Do you have a spec? Do programmers have quiet working conditions? Do you use the best tools money can buy? Do you have testers? Do new candidates write code during their interview? Do you do...
Applying the iBooks Author tools to text from a hypothetical third book, I’m reminded of The Daily Prophet, Harry Potter’s newspaper David Sparks came up with a wonderful observation in his Apple’s Educational Event reflections post. New iBooks are indeed similar to newspapers in magical Britain. Think about it.
Why are software development task estimations... →
Ask your team how long it will take, then multiply their estimate by 3. There. Now you have a chance to make it.
Areas to consider
Physical Emotional Mental Spiritual Financial Family Community Service Fun / creativity / recreation A good list of areas to check from David Allen. This issue of “David’s food for thought” also has a list of questions that are helpful when doing an annual review, which is a bit overdue for me. Oh well…