activeCollab project management

  • July 10th, 2006

UPDATE 11/18: activeCollab is no longer offered as a free project management collaboration download. Manage this, organize that. I believe I’ve just found the free answer to my question: “How am I going to keep myself from being pulled in all directions?” Having a fair amount of experience with both Basecamp and Tasks Pro for […]

Wufoo does web forms right

  • June 25th, 2006

I’ve spent a great deal of time in the Wufoo admin pages to give the service a proper run through and am quite pleased with what I’ve seen thus far. From the clean interface to the no-frills form element customization, Wufoo does for forms what OSX does for personal computing. The challenge lies not in […]

Beyond the Moleskine notebook

  • May 13th, 2006

A few weeks back I made the transition from relying on 37Signals’ Backpack service to a small plain Moleskine notebook. Of all the web based or electronic organizer doohickeys that I’ve rolled into my daily activities, all have failed in comparison to the sheer simplicity and reliability of my 4″ x 6″ notebook. From sketches […]

WebDev tools for Firefox, IE, and Opera

  • May 11th, 2006

As a constant fiddler of web layouts, I try my best to create a consistent workspace from which to test and retest pages. Being limited to Windows, my main concern is cross browser compatibility and consistency in Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Firefox users are undoubtedly aware of the robust Web Developer Toolbar extension. The […]

Google does calendars with CL2

  • March 8th, 2006

Being in a constant disorganized state, I often seek out methods for improving my productivity. Unfortunately, I have yet to find a suitable methodology for remembering minor “todo” items or events. I’ve experimented with various calendar services including Hipcal, and more recently, 30Boxes. Time and time again I realize that I lack the discipline necessary […]