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SUBERAPPS Asks: Aliza Sherman
Saturday, November 6th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

SUBERAPPS Asks: Aliza Sherman

Today we’re featuring Aliza Sherman, of Conversify and Media Egg; blogger at WebWorkerDaily, a web pioneer, author, and newly a mobile entrepreneur. Fancy! So, What Are Aliza Sherman’s Favorite and Most-Often Used Apps? Gist “Gist culls through my emails and social media contacts, then provides me with insights into the people I’m connected with such as blog posts, ...

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Gqueues: What Google Tasks Should Have Been (+Giveaway!)
Thursday, October 21st, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

Gqueues: What Google Tasks Should Have Been (+Giveaway!)

I really wanted to love Google Tasks. I really did. Having a task manager built in to Google Apps-which I use near religiously would have been beyond convenient. But Google Tasks…well, let’s call a spade a space-Google Tasks sucks. Enter Gqueues-a feature-packed task manager that is EXACTLY what Google Tasks should have been. I’m Incredibly Disappointed By ...

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Gmail Labs: In-Depth
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

Gmail Labs: In-Depth

Gmail Labs is a gift from Google to all Gmail and Google Apps users that allows you to try out some nifty new features in Gmail that aren’t quite ready for prime time. Not that they’re those weird shows that you find on public access or day time TV. Most of them are actually pretty nifty ...

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UPDATE: Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks
Saturday, October 16th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

UPDATE: Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks

On Wednesday, I posted “Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks.” As I mentioned in the post, Licorize created a Google Reader send-to link for their app within a few hours of me asking. Well, good news to all Gqueues users out there-I asked them Wednesday and they got back to me with a Google ...

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Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks
Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks

While there are a number of blog posts on increasing RSS feed reading productivity with Google Reader, few fail to mention one of Google Reader’s most awesome and unique features-Send-To links. (Although, WorkAwesome did give it a brief mention.) Send-To links is a feature that, well, let’s you send links to other services making it easy ...

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Licorize: FINALLY-A Way to Actually Do Something With All Those Bookmarks
Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

Licorize: FINALLY-A Way to Actually Do Something With All Those Bookmarks

Every once in awhile an app comes along with an idea that makes so much sense, you can’t believe no one thought of it first. Every once in awhile you find yourself using an app that you can’t figure out how you managed to live without. Licorize manages the impossible by being both. So, What Is ...

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Checklist – Create Quick Offline To Do List On The iPhone
Saturday, January 9th, 2010 by benhomie

Checklist – Create Quick Offline To Do List On The iPhone

With native iPhone apps over shadowing Safari web apps since the App Store first launched, web apps had since received lesser attention. Before you decide that native iPhone apps are the way to go, think about how web apps are spared from going through dreaded App Store approval procedure before you can get your app ...

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Put Things Off – New To-Do List App For iPhone
Saturday, May 30th, 2009 by benhomie

Put Things Off – New To-Do List App For iPhone

I’ve just got an opportunity to review a spanking new to-do iPhone app, thanks to Nick from Spiffing Apps. This app will be out in the App Store next Monday is now available at the App Store. But now, I want to share with you my experience with this lovely iPhone app. The Laid-Back Todo List We ...

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Friday, January 30th, 2009 by benhomie

Clipboard Evolved – Bells & Whistles Checked!

I have been using PTH Pasteboard for a while before I finally ditched it for this – Clipboard Evolved ($15). If you like to keep copies of stuff that you copied so that you can use it later, you’ll love this app. I have found clipboard apps a huge help in my programming work and my ...

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Is The Hit List better than Things? (GTD App)
Monday, January 12th, 2009 by benhomie

Is The Hit List better than Things? (GTD App)

First of all, this might not make many fans of Things very happy, I’m referring to those who had already bought Things as their GTD application (including myself). If you don’t want to feel the tinge of regret, navigate away from this page, otherwise read on to discover this great app with me. The Hit List ...

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