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Some tech tips - complete with video!

3 June 2009 | Comments [2] »

Today I was exploring which websites link to mine, something I’m not sure I’ve done before. I’m going through the exercises in the really helpful workbook, 31 Days to Building a Better Blog by Darren Rowse of Problogger (incidentally, if you buy it through the link on this page your whole purchase price will be donated to charity). Today, via one of the exercises, I learned that if you google the following language:

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The R word

21 October 2008 | Comments [0] »

Sometimes I feel like a broken record when I write here (or in my newsletter) about the importance of routines. It’s just that I’m reminded very frequently about how much of an impact they can have on order, productivity and overall peace of mind.

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Jott: Free no more

22 August 2008 | Comments [4] »

One of my favorite free services, Jott, is now out of beta and is no longer available as is free of charge. Jott allows you to dictate messages via your cell phone that are then emailed to you. I first blogged about it last January and posted a somewhat amusing cautionary note in March.

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A couple more free services for your cell phone

6 June 2008 | Comments [3] »

I love David Pogue, the technology columnist for the New York Times. Sometimes what he writes is over my head, but often I get great nuggets of information. I share his love of the MacBook, so I feel warm and fuzzy toward him.

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Beware Jott playing cupid!

27 March 2008 | Comments [6] »

As I’ve written here before, I’m a big fan of It’s a service that allows you to send emails from your telephone while you’re on the go. You register on the Jott site, give them your cell-phone number, input a list of people you’d want to email via Jott (including yourself). Then you program Jott’s phone number into your cell-phone autodial.

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A couple of time (and money) savers

17 January 2008 | Comments [1] »

This year I’m a quest to save time and be more productive. It’s going well. Thanks to the techniques found in Mark Forster book, Do It Tomorrow (link in the Links section at right) and Don’t Break the Chain I’m more productive than I’ve been in a long time.

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