Clearing The Cache — Updates Edition

Like many of us, I spend a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache, I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.
Online identity manager DandyID, which I covered back in July, has added some nice improvements to its privacy options, specifically the option to control which of your identities is visible through your online profile or shared widgets.
Simon shared some great integration news about Outright and Expensify. It’s wonderful to see the Small Business Web initiative really moving forward.
Browser Opera Mini jumps to beta 5 — an impressive looking release for the mobile platform. Tabbed browsing and password management look like standout features.
Social Contact Manager BatchBook now lets you create custom web forms that tie right in to your CRM database.
The folks over at MailChimp just announced a very cool Twitter-themed email template for their email marketing service. Link your MailChimp account to your Twitter account, and you can automatically pull in profile information including colors and backgrounds, follower numbers and recent tweets to use in your campaigns.

Clearing the Cache: BlackBerry Edition

Like many of us, I spend a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.

Need to get your music fix? Try Pandora for BlackBerry (s rimm) or Slacker for BlackBerry; both offer outstanding radio services.

Last week I wrote a brief snippet about gwabbit for BlackBerry as a means to easily capture contact info from your emails, but you may want to also take a look at Anagram’s BlackBerry offering as well.

Spend a lot of time on your BlackBerry? Our friends atjkOnTheRun can help you find out if you affinity has reached the level of addiction.

SimpleHelp offers up a step-by-step tutorial on how to set up Google Sync for Blackberry.

Finally, I just love Nicholas Bate and his hilarious ongoing series of posts documenting the species known as Homo Berriens:

“Accentuated fingers enable small keyboards to be adroitly managed at speed while simultaneously executing other activities such as eating cereal, walking the dog or sky-diving.”

Clearing The Cache: Tasks & Time Edition

Like many of us, I spend a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.
Have some items on your list you just don’t want to tackle? The Execupundit shares his idea for Unpleasant Task Day. I say it’s brilliant.
Getting Things Done away from your computer? My time tracker of choice, freckle, has made available a Hipster Time Tracker which brings their dead simple interface to paper.
Tsheets adds the ability to update your time sheets via Twitter. For many of us the Twitter app is ubiquitous so it’s no surprise that more and more applications are opting for this type of integration.
Our own Jim Courtney recently reviewed Tungle, another tool to ease the pain of  scheduling meetings. I’ve yet to find one that really works like I want, so I’m giving tTungle a shot now.
The Apple Blog offer their take on the new version of the Daylite Productivity Suite.
What interesting finds do you have in your cache? Share them in the comments.

Clearing the Cache

Like many of us, I spend quite a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.
Allbizanswers offers some useful advice if you’re bogged down in details.
The guys over at TwoGuysTech will be celebrating the one year anniversary of their informative and entertaining podcast next week. Don’t listen? You should.
Our jkOnTheRun friends share their Kindle 2: First Impressions.
The launch of Internet Explorer 8 brings with it Microsoft’s History of the Internet.
While we’ve discussed Dealing With Distractions here, The Execupundit shares some likely obstacles to getting things done in What’s Your Wall?
If you’re a Microsoft OneNote user – head over to iheartonenote, a new community for users of the all-purpose organizational tool.

Clearing The Cache

Like many of us, I spend quite a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache, I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you.

Record and search voice notes on your Windows Mobile phone – Our friends over at jkOnTheRun alert us to the very cool Microsoft Recite preview.

Looking for stock photos? Mike at Two Guys Tech says Get Free Images at Free Range Stock. Give a listen to their weekly podcast while you’re there.

Bring idea management and collaboration for your team with Kindling.

When taking questions after a presentation or on a panel, Michael Wade explains why it’s important to Let Your Answers Be Wise and Brief on Execupundit.

@sbbuzz, the weekly Twitter tech talks I mentioned earlier have been a great success. If you’ve missed the buzz, you can still catch a summary of the Feb. 10th Edition.

Ben Barden, developer of the Injader CMS asks entrepreneurs: How Committed Are You?

What interesting finds do you have in your cache? Share them in the comments.

Clearing The Cache

Like many of us, I spend quite a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.

Daniel Akst says I Once was Chic, but Now I’m Cheap as he goes back to PC (via Execupundit).

Gregg encounters an amusing dialog box from Adobe.

Using Windows 7? Tim shares The Bumper List of Windows 7 Secrets (via Geek in Disguise).

Nick Lewis shares his Web Development Warchest.

GigaOM gives us details on the BarackBerry.

What interesting finds do you have in your cache? Share them in the comments.

Clearing The Cache

Like many of us, I spend quite a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.

Congratulations to Garvin and the Serendipity team for a fantastic 1.4 release of their wonderful blogging platform.

With the holidays here, and perhaps some free time available, jkOnTheRun points us to some Good Old Games for your netbook.

Slash7 shares a Jump Start Credit Card Processing Cheat Sheet – thanks Amy.

Andreas Gohr shows you how to Setup DokuWiki in <15 minutes.

Wayne Smallman tells us Why we need a blogging code of conduct. What do you think?

Clearing The Cache – OneNote

Like many of us, I spend quite a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.

Here are some of my favorite OneNote resources that I’ve flagged recently:

Microsoft Office Online tips us to a great demo of how to Take OneNote to class.

jkOnTheRun shares a great user contributed OneNote 2009 Day Planner. I’ve downloaded it and it’s very well done – Nice work David

7Breaths with a phenomenal GTD OneNote implementation (via Lifehacker)

OneNote Tips & Tricks on Outlining in OneNote

Don’t have OneNote but want to give it a try? Microsoft offers a free trial

And finally, I love our WWD readers.  One discovered DropBox through our review and then goes on to use it for great things, like to share his OneNote notebooks on multiple machines. I’m now doing this as well and it works brilliantly.

Clearing The Cache – Success or Failure Edition

Like many of us, I spend quite a lot of time on the web and come across a staggering number of interesting things. In Clearing The Cache I pull out some of my favorites and share them with you here.

In light of the Values of n acquisition, GigaOM wonders Will Twitter Become Your Personal Assistant

blah, blah! technology declares Pownce is Dead

Friendly Bit says Follow the 10 ground rules, or fail on the web

CRM Provider Entellium files chapter 11

Managing Leadership advises on Exploiting Success (via Execupundit)