I think my friend Katie recommended this site to me. If she didn’t she still probably deserves credit for it.
Hypemachine (hypem.com) is an awesome place to find new music for free. It has a great system that keeps music fresh and covers all genres. You find such a cool mix of music and you can add music to your favourites to listen to later. Continue reading
This program is only the greatest note program ever devised. If you keep a thousand paper notes and notebooks and always have ideas you write down in the night, or if you just like to stay organized this program is for you. Evernote allows you to capture text, images, pdfs, voice, photographs, you can even make notes with checkboxes.
I like to use it to compile and organize my ideas and if I don’t have time to type I use the voice note. Then I transcribe it into text later. I use it for my quote bible to record all my favourite quotes, I use it to clip parts of sites and pdfs for research. And best of all it syncs perfectly with my iPhone, my PC and on the web. The web app is just as good as the PC app and the iPhone app is so handy. I hate losing ideas and Evernote prevents me from forgetting.
Best of all it’s completely free. If you see me wearing an Evernote t-shirt I did not sell out, I just want to support these guys. (you can even share notebooks to a specific URL! or edit them between friends or team mates). And they are adding new functionality daily.
Check out the site yourself http://www.evernote.com and get started today.
I wrote this white paper (more of a guide I guess) about my perspectives on ERP software from a consultants point of view. I have been working with ERP for seven or so years now and have worked in business all my life. Technology is a powerful lever and if you want to use it effectively you need some sort of business management software.
This is where an ERP system comes in and if you have no exposure to Enterprise Resource Planning systems then you must check this white paper out!
I’m reposting this as part of my Advice You Didn’t Ask For series. It helps me out a lot in my life and I think it will help you. Anything to reduce stress is a good thing.
A big item in my life is stress and how to deal with it. I have come across an interesting theory which I will now share with you.
Ever wanted all of your online activities in one place? To view all at once??
Well, this quick post is to let everyone know about a cool application called TweetDeck. www.tweetdeck.com
If you use FB, Twitter, LinkedIn and FourSquare then you need this application. I think I would only use FB if I didn’t have this app because I loathe logging into the damned pages all the time. With TweetDeck you can setup columns (on iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch/Mac/PC) and even post right from it… It integrates URL shortening and picture hosting as well, so you don’t have to waste your time fiddling around with photos you want to post.