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Saturday, October 08, 2005

I'm a big fan of Backpackit.com. It's a great tool for easily managing a to-do list when you use multiple computers. Kareem posts on their philosophy of development.
I was also happy to see that FeedBlitz is now sending out postings, after the recent issues, so next week, I'll be highlighting some of the interesting posts that may not have made their way out.


Blogger Unknown said...

I went to Backpackit.com and was interested to learn more about their web-based organizational tools. I am constantly dealing in different subject matters each day so I thought this may be helpful. I signed up and I see some potential here but I'm not sure how I would implement it. I first stumbled onto the "Writeboard Section" and I think what they are offering could help me. In this section it stated you could use writeboard for actions like the following:

Review and edit a business letter with a colleague
Draft and revise an important email before I send it
Work on copy for an ad campaign
Draft and revise a blog post before publishing

I will have to play with the site for a while before I can comment on how user friendly it is but I think it is a step in the right direction. Thanks for pointing this site out to me Josh. By the way, I wouldn't have signed up if you didn't endorse the sight.

12:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Backpackit is useful. I spoke to Jason at the Web 2.0 conference and they are coming out with an absolutely killer feature in the next couple of weeks.

Tada-list is also a great, streamlined application to manage to-dos. I wrote about them here.

4:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An endorsement from Josh Greene usually causes an avalanche of interest from the public. Web servers melt down under the heavy load. He's like the Oprah Book of the Month club, except on the web.

10:05 AM  

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