The recent changes to what Day One can do have enabled interesting use cases for me.
2Do was not a tool I was looking for, but suits my needs better than OmniFocus has the past several years.
Seth Clifford shares an interesting approach to managing tasks with OmniFocus. Rather than the traditional contexts such as "phone", "Mac", "iPad", or "Errands", he uses time. > First, I created three new contexts: “9am-5pm”, “5pm-9am”, and “Weekend”. Not a bad idea. As one who uses only 3 main contexts (Errands, Home, and Mac), I concur with Seth's opinion here: > Location is a modifier on time. It's the time of the day that dictates what I will be working on, not my location. This is part of…
Ulysses from Soulmen seems to be a perfect mix of a great writing and document management environment.
I'm enjoying the updates to Launchbar and a new timer for practicing the Pomodoro technique.
As Dropbox announces its latest moves, has the file storage company lost a bit of its focus?
A discussion of several task management tools and why software often doesn't quite fit our needs.
My early thoughts on the first iteration of Writer Pro from iA.