This succinct set of workday guidelines is a nice blueprint for getting productive on the important stuff and ruthless about cutting the c**p
Google Voice is led by GrandCentral’s co-founder Craig Walker and the newly packaged service provides an upgraded version of the original concept. Subscribers will receive a new ten-digit phone number that will link all your phone various numbers which will then ring simultaneously, home, cell and work, you name it.The idea being that from now on you will avoid the irritating voicemail phone tag game. Google Voice will also allow you to make calls for free to anywhere in the US and it will offer far cheaper rates for international calls, which is likely to threaten Skype’s VoIP domination.
I set uTodo up with a few projects and some actions. One of the first things that I noticed was that while uTodo is very keyboard-friendly, unfortunately it doesn’t have a global hotkey, like Things and ThinkingRock do. I like being able to add tasks to my task inbox whenever a thought strikes with one key press, without having to open up or switch to my GTD app and enter it. Having to switch apps does tend to break up your flow.
Staction’s interface is very Twitter-ish. It’s comprised of two columns: the main one is your stream of user generated updates (on the left) and the other is data you’ve created such as projects, tasks, users etc. (on the right).
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Evernote has updated its Mac version, adding support for Growl, Safari, note merging, and gobs of performance and usability improvements.