I just finished reading the 37signals book reWork. It is a very interesting book that I recommend. If you are one of these guys living in the cloud, using google docs, or zoho, online calendars… then you probably also use online task management tools. Maybe you are happy to use your outlooks todo lists, or […]
I have blogged about evite in the past and now I have to mention it again. Traditionally people organize events by sending emails to everybody, having private one-on-one conversations for specific things, and at the end, if it is a big event, you don’t know who is going, who is bringing what etc… There are […]
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I have blogged in the past about prezi, and I think is one of the coolest presentation tools out there. I would like to share a couple of other brainstorming tools that might be useful for your thinking processes: Prezi xmind bubbl.us
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Always wanted to have photoshop or software to edit photos? Well, photoshop is very expensive, heavy and very difficult to use. On previous posts I have mentioned several “cloud” software. I do like the “cloud” approach. For those who are not familiar with the term, it would basically mean that you run programs on your […]
aimado sendomatic eventful ennect evite activeciti spongecell eventwax renkoo pingg ilcu cvent socializr my punch bowl minglenow confabb live events zoji eventsbot eventbrite planyp wevent gydget setdot upcoming youreventhub meeting4 going zvents My favourites are “my punch bowl” for A-Z free event organization, and “eventbrite” which is very professional and free for free events. Then […]
Remember I posted a link to a web based “to do” list called “Remember the Milk“? Remeber the Milk was very good web tool to manage your to do lists. It even has offline mode using google gears. Now we have a new comer in the market: gubb gubb is a free web-based application with […]