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The tiny little gadget I use to control my communication habits and feel less cluttered.

Mind Mapping For iPhone: iBlueSky

After my last GTD software review, the article about OmniFocus for iPhone, I received a lot of positive feed-back. But among all the messages, there was a specific email which intrigued me. It was an email from a United Kingdom based software company called Tenero, in which the main developer announced the availability of a […]

OmniFocus for iPhone – a GTD application reviewed

A simple Google search for omnifocus is revealing more than 220.000 results (as of October 2008), which, for a personal task manager application, is a lot. And I would say that this popularity is well deserved by OmniFocus. Not only because it won the Apple Awards for Best iPhone Productivity Application in 2008, but because […]

My Top 13 iPhone 3G Applications

My iPhone journey started before the iPhone was even born, at the time when all we knew about it were rumors and suppositions. That didn’t stop me to imagine what could we have if we’ll combine an iPhone and GTD. Apparently, this is one of the most read articles from my blog, by the way. […]

iPhone as a travel mate

Initially, this post was written during my first trip to New Zealand, September 2008. But since then I had several other long trips, including Switzerland, Thailand and Japan. Each of these trips added some value to the way I’m using my iPhone, so I felt the need to share what I’ve learned during those trips. […]

iPhone productivity application reviewed: WhatTasks

The GTD galore is spreading along quite nicely, not only in a vertical direction, by reaching more and more adepts in its traditional western cultural space, but also in new spaces, some of them well over the Atlantic Ocean. One of these days I found the first Brasilian iPhone application which claims to implement the […]

Blogging with an iPhone…

…Is not at all a very difficult task. To be honest, it’s quite enjoyable, as long as you’re not on EDGE. From my experience, is very important to have a very good internet connection, otherwise the touchscreen keyboard will give you some very strange delays. But that keyboard also is the main reason for blogging […]

PocketTweets – an iPhone twitter client

Yesterday I was briefly describing two GTD-like applications, both based on Leopard’s new iCal engine, Anxiety and Today. While browsing on the Today’s authors website I also noticed that they launched an iPhone twitter client. I’m a twitter addict – although I’m not (yet) a twitter ranter, keeping my tweets at a normal pace – […]

Gtdagenda.com – an online GTD application reviewed

The proliferation of web-based productivity applications – with a GTD twist, of course – seems to be the buzzword for these days. It’s less than one month since I wrote a review about 43actions.com, and today I will do the same for another application, called Gtdagenda. You can find it at gtdagenda.com, and if you […]

43actions.com – an online GTD system reviewed

After my previous post, about my top 13 iPhone applications, one comment draw my attention to a specific web application designed for the iPhone. I haven’t been a fan for web applications, especially for the iPhone, mainly because my web access when I’m on the go it’s a little bit erratic, but, nevertheless, I felt […]

My Top 13 iPhone Applications

Later update: maybe you could also be interested in another related post, about my Top 13 iPhone 3G Applications. Yes, I know, I know, we all have our little brick stuffed with technology, we waited months for it (some of us, aware of the old Newton grand-father, could say that we’ve even waited years for […]

One million iPhone inquiries in US, while they are still negotiating with Vodafone for Europe

Posted on Mar 28, 2007 in Apple & Mac OS XDigital ToolsiPhone by
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Well, I just can’t go over this without blogging a little: AT&T anounced a million inquiries about the iPhone. I don’t expect them to have a million buyers the next day iPhone is out, but the number has a certain marketing value, we must agree on that. If they will have at least 100.000 unique […]

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