Google drags out an iPhone friendly gCal…
The Google Calendar team, along with the mobile team, released an upgrade to the Calendar interface on the iPhone. It is now tailored for the iPhone, and you can now see your different calendars in distinctive colors. You can see the new Calendar interface by going to http://calendar.google.com on your iPhone browser.
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Interesting concept, delegate stuff you hate doing to overseas slave labor…it could work.
However, I recently encountered a weirdly tantalizing idea in Tim Ferriss’s The 4-Hour Workweek, which would ultimately disrupt my addiction to the extraneous. The book advocates farming out the more mundane tasks of your existence to outside firms and consultants, which Ferriss calls “outsourcing your life.”
This one is for brother Scott…
You may think you’re saving time by buying pre-ground coffee, but you’re sacrificing what little flavor was left in the probably-stale beans.
But don’t lose heart, fellow lovers of the brown nectar! In a few simple steps (and for considerably less money than you’d expect and quite possibly less than you’re spending now), you can enjoy some of the finest coffee the world has to offer.
Gmail Mobile updated.
It seems as though Gmail Mobile went through a serious update within the last day. The previous mobile version was quite ugly and pretty much makes you want to stay away. The new version is true to the spirit of Gmail with an intuitive interface and a nice clean layout.
The one email box to rule them all…
Consider the universal mailbox. The concept of a single place to collect messages of all kinds has been buzzworthy for many years, but it’s never been implemented perfectly. There are universal mailbox applications, but they often include a fair amount of complexity and cost. Now, a new beta online application called Fuser is approaching the concept in a very simple way—focusing on letting you get e-mail from all your accounts in one place, and messages from your social networks in the same place.
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