Productivity Archive

Time to Mechanize

What is stopping the industry from implementing automation at a higher level than we we do today? The answer is simple … standard APIs. I would like to investigate my assertion with this post....
September 26, 2014

On a Mac? Get to Know Automator to Help with Repetitive Tasks

Automator is one of my favorite secret weapons on the Mac. It is a program that lets you create workflows, services and mini apps for your Mac that help you with repetitive tasks. Entrepreneur Magazine online recently published a...
September 3, 2014

20 iOS Productivity Apps on Sale for a Limited Time

I’m a sucker for productivity apps and Appleinsider has piqued my interest. They report that Apple has reduced the price of 20 iOS productivity apps for a limited time. If you are not one to pay a lot for...
August 8, 2014

Momentum & Dayboard – Chrome Extensions to Help You Be More Productive

I use Google Chrome on a daily basis and one of my favorite features is its extensibility. You can get extensions for nearly everything you may need. Today, I want to focus on two extensions that have to do...
July 31, 2014

Re-ConnectEd – From Lifehacker: Top 10 Tricks for Managing Email Overload

This article from Lifehacker is a few years old, but it’s still a great resource for figuring out how to deal with email. Studies have shown that 40% of our work week is spent in email. I would bet...
July 31, 2014

Slingshot for Your Screen-Sharing Needs

Squirrels is a company that’s already proven itself with some pretty amazing apps. They are the minds behind Reflector, an app that lets you broadcast your iOS device screen to your laptop for presentations and demos. I’ve been using...
May 5, 2014

Re-ConnectEd in 3: Better Email, Better Breathing, Better Work-Life Balance

For this Re-ConnectEd post, we’re going to try something different. Rather than exploring a topic in depth, I thought we’d share a few articles we found this week that would provide you with some tips on how to get...
March 21, 2014