New iPad Interface For iAdd – The Productivity App

I tried at least a dozen of productivity apps in the last 5 years. Since none of them was good enough for what productivity means to me, I wrote my own. It’s called iAdd, it’s only $1.99 (a fairly good price, if only you think you get two apps for that, an iPad one and … Read more New iPad Interface For iAdd – The Productivity App

iAdd version 1.3 Live In AppStore

After only 5 days of waiting, iAdd version 1.3 is live in AppStore. As I already wrote, this version features a complete redesign of the iPad version and a lot of small usability improvements, as well as numerous bug fixes. If you don’t know what iAdd is, I will briefly tell you that it’s my … Read more iAdd version 1.3 Live In AppStore

Taming Monkey Number One: Second Update

It’s February 2nd, which means there are already 2 days past the initial liveline for taming my first monkey. If you just got here and have no idea what I’m talking about, you may want to read first why I ditched my new years resolutions (and decided to tame some monkeys instead), and also how … Read more Taming Monkey Number One: Second Update

iAdd Lite Available On The App Store

As of today, iAdd Lite, the free version of my productivity iPhone / iPad app, iAdd, is available worldwide in the AppStore. Here’s a quick iTunes link for the impatient: iAdd Lite iAdd Lite has all the features of the regular iAdd, including syncing with Dropbox. The only limitation is that you can have a … Read more iAdd Lite Available On The App Store

How Goal Setting Works (For Me)

Goals are just milestones. Places where you stop for a while and enjoy the scenery. The trip is what gives you the ultimate thrill, and it will always be like this. But, as interesting as the trip may be, goals have their own importance. They can either add more awesomeness to the mix or make … Read more How Goal Setting Works (For Me)

How to Assess, Decide, Do with Pen, Paper and Magnets

Since I launched my ebook “Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity” a little more than a month ago, many people have asked me if they need an iPhone or an iPad in order to implement the framework. While the fact that I wrote an app implementing the framework, called iAdd, is true, equally true … Read more How to Assess, Decide, Do with Pen, Paper and Magnets

“Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity” Reviews

As promised, I am back with a few words about my latest ebook’s reviews. I initially planned to do this the other week, but some of the folks who wrote reviews told me they had a little bit of a hectic schedule and their reviews will be a little late. I wouldn’t want to let … Read more “Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity” Reviews

7 Life Lessons From A Self-Taught Programmer

I always had a thing with languages. For some reason, I always found it easy to learn them, and had a great time using them. Surprisingly enough, I followed a tech high-school, majoring with a diploma as a programmer in… FORTRAN. After that, I went to the University of Letters in Bucharest, where I studied … Read more 7 Life Lessons From A Self-Taught Programmer