The problem with standard word processors and even “distraction-free writing” apps such as WriteRoom, OmmWriter, DarkRoom and QuietWrite is that they all give you a giant white space when you start out. It inevitably invokes this daunting feeling of ‘I have to fill up all this space.’ What I really want is a dead simple word processor with a […]
As I was exploring extensions on Chrome, I foud two new services that will restart my blogging. Being a collector of any tools that make my productivity increase, I am hoping these two extensions will enable me to blog easily and enhance my content. Image via CrunchBase Shareholic is a tool for people who are […]
With some randomness and last minute luck, I made it out to Product Camp Boston on Feb 28. The gracious hosts at the Microsoft Research Labs gave us this amazing venue for Boston Product Management professionals to learn, to teach, to network and just simply enjoy each other’s company. Check out the Flickr group to see pictures. The organizers led by C Todd Lombardo did an amazing job with the event and I am grateful for all their hard work.
I figured I should note down the books, tools and links that were flying around during the event for posterity sake.
Gmail What stores I shop at and how much I spend at each What credit cards I have/Which banks I use Who my friends are When I will not be home (from my flight confirmation emails) How much I spend on gifts and for whom Any social network acct I have and access to them […]
http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10108117-2.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=Webware Street View’s split screen, when it’s working. (Credit: Google)
This Webware coverage of Feed Rinse caught my ever searching eyes for the best tools to improve my digital life. Google Reader is a huge part of my digital life and tools that will make it even more useful are at the top of my list. Here’s an oldie but a goodie. Feed Rinse is […]