Sunday, March 29, 2009

Steve Jobs and Synchronicity

Syn: I was trying to go to Zen Habits when I got rerouted to Success.org and found this article about Steve Jobs and Synchronicity...ha.

SUCCCESS.ORG » Blog Archive » Steve Jobs, Synchronicity, Connecting the Dots & Trust

Saturday, March 28, 2009

GTDInbox - GTD, Task Management and a Better Inbox for Gmail

I am experimenting with this.

GTDInbox - GTD, Task Management and a Better Inbox for Gmail

Interesting email organizer: Zenbe For Business

This is interesting, but it is a paid subscription:

Powerful, Intuitive Web Interface | Zenbe For Business

Alphabetize any list in a snap!

This is a nice tool:

The Alphabetizer puts just about any list in alphabetical order. Alphabetize words, songs, titles, email addresses, phrases, sentences. Sort your library today!

PageZipper - Life's too short to spend clicking "Next" « PrintWhatYouLike.com

I'm going to ask my techie son, Garrett, what he thinks about this bookmarklet.

PageZipper - Life's too short to spend clicking "Next" « PrintWhatYouLike.com

Magna Cum Lousy

The whole catchy title for this piece is: Magna Cum Lousy: Where Bad CEO's Went to School (slideshow).

Magna Cum Lousy

Pipes: Rewire the web

I may return to this site someday and learn how to make a pipe. A pipe aggregates information for you. But Sheesh, there is SO much info on the internet!

Pipes: Rewire the web

User Interface Engineering - Usability Research, Training, and Events - UIE

The link below is Jared Spool's website. He is the one who wrote the article on Amazon's "was this review helpful" system. He is the founder of User Interface Engineering, which is a leading research, training, and consulting firm specializing in web site and product usability.

Every year, Jared M. Spool and his team of researchers oversee the User Interface Conference, a three-day event covering the biggest issues in the world of design, and the annual UIE Web App Summit, a four-day event examining the world's best web applications. Learn from the comfort of your own office with UIE Virtual Seminars. For our latest usability research, read our Articles and UIE Report Series.

User Interface Engineering - Usability Research, Training, and Events - UIE

The Question That Makes Amazon $2.7 Billion Of Revenue

This is a very interesting article about Amazon's cleverly designed review system and why we all love to go to Amazon.com to check out what other reviewers have to say about a book, movie or product we are interested in.

The Question That Makes Amazon $2.7 Billion Of Revenue