Posts Tagged: 'webapps'
As I started reading Sebastiaan de With’s post on MobileMe Home I thought that at last MobileMe would actually be worth its rather high cost. But then I kept reading and realised that MobileMe Home is a concept from Sebastiaan and sadly not and addition to MobileMe. If Apple isn’t thinking of something like this then Continue Reading
I love Instapaper; it’s one of my most favourite and most used web and iPhone apps. Merlin Mann seems to quite like it also. Start using Instapaper today; you’ll thank me tomorrow.
I don’t like or normally use the term “monetise”, but it is the big question hanging over Twitter; how are they gonna make money from this thing? We saw last week that Twitter have secured another found of funding described as “significant”, and so we assume that at some point these investors are going to Continue Reading
Yes, it’s that time of year; time for another of those unoriginal and I’m sure largely unread review posts. So without further ado I give you my review of books and music for 2008. Books Since I stopped commuting by train my reading time has reduced markedly; I try to read at night but invariably Continue Reading
You may have seen the news that Google has added a tasks application to its Gmail email service.Well the even better news is that since they recently added Google Labs to Google Apps email I get to play with it also. I’ve tried a number of task apps over the years and not found one Continue Reading
Jon Hicks has just launched Helvetireader a wonderfully minimalist yet superbly usable theme for Google Reader. I’ve used Google Reader as my RSS application of choice despite it’s rather cluttered and ugly interface; I mean what is it with Google and pale blue? Anyway, I’ve tried the Better GReader plug-in and a few other themes Continue Reading