Apple Conference Call: Steve Jobs Goes Wild

He may or may not have taken off his mock turtleneck, but Steve Jobs did make a special appearance at the fourth quarter 2010 conference call, taking questions but no prisoners, and probably saying a few things that made his subordinates wince. It was indeed wild.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

Just in case you missed any of them, here are the five most popular posts on WebWorkerDaily this week:

Amber explains her strategies for getting big projects out the door.

In the latest installment of his Moving to Mac series, Scott covers the software he’s using on his new machine.

Guest author Mitchell takes a look at techniques for managing remote workers.

Aliza explains how to take your relationship with your “superfans” to the next level.

Droopy’s a mini web server (actually, a Python script) that people can use to send files to you. Give them your Droopy address and they can upload the file using their browser; it will be saved directly onto your machine.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

Just in case you missed any of them, here are the five most popular posts on WebWorkerDaily this week:

Droopy’s a mini web server (actually, a Python script) that people can use to send files to you. Give them your Droopy address and they can upload the file using their browser; it will be saved directly onto your machine.

Aliza explains how to take your reltionship with your “superfans” to the next level.

Most web workers have a relationship with caffeine. Butr is it really the productivity booster we all think it is? Celine investigates.

Doriano takes a look at some free alternatives to Adobe Acrobat.

Amber investigates a common dilemma for many solo entrepreneurs and freelancers: how to justify turning away paid work from one-on-one clients in order to create or explore new revenue streams.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

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A few weeks ago, I wrote “10 Simple Google Search Tricks,” prompting countless readers to send in their favorite ways of finding info using the search behemoth’s service. As I’m not one to let a good tip go to waste, I’ve compiled nine of the most useful ones here.

I interview Bruce Lawson of Opera and finds out why open standards are important for web workers.

I’m always amazed that more people don’t know the little tricks you can use to get more out of a simple Google search. Here are 10 of my favorites.

Scott’s always been a PC — but his newest laptop is a Mac. Here, he explains why he’s making the switch.

Celine outlines four things that we can use to get our brain working during the tough days.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

Just in case you missed any of them, here are the five most popular posts on WebWorkerDaily this week:

I interview Bruce Lawson of Opera and finds out why open standards are important for web workers

I benchmark Opera 10.5 Mac and finds that its claims to be the fastest browser on Earth are accurate — just!

I’m always amazed that more people don’t know the little tricks you can use to get more out of a simple Google search. Here are 10 of my favorites.

Do you speak “social?” Aliza examines how social media communications is impacting our communications.

I take a look at Think, a simple web-based mind mapping tool.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

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While many people were missing flights this week due to a volcanic ash cloud, Simon suggested some tools that can be used to meet virtually.

Jeremy outlines his tab grouping methodology

Darrell takes a look at the next version of the iPhone OS and previews the benefits (and there are many) for web workers.

Simon shares a nifty time tracking browser extension.

Aliza provides an updated list of what she considers to be the best solutions for our critical tasks in 2010.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

Just in case you missed any of them, here are the five most popular posts on WebWorkerDaily this week:

Aliza provides an updated list of what she considers to be the best solutions for our critical tasks in 2010.

I’m always amazed that more people don’t know the little tricks you can use to get more out of a simple Google search. Here are 10 of my favorites.

Aliza wrote this handy cheat sheet for a client and thought it might be useful to share.

The Gmail team have been busy of late. This new Labs feature lets you nest labels.

Imran shares prominent venture capitalist Fred Wilson’s views on entrepreneurship.

5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

Just in case you missed any of them, here are the five most popular posts on WebWorkerDaily this week:

I’m always amazed that more people don’t know the little tricks you can use to get more out of a simple Google search. Here are 10 of my favorites.

Dawn looks at what makes a great corporate web worker.

Aliza wrote this handy cheat sheet for a client and thought it might be useful to share.

Should you have a Facebook Page? Before integrating Facebook Pages (sometimes called “Facebook Fan Pages”) into your social media marketing mix, you need to think strategically.

Nancy explains how getting out of her home office helped her leave her insecurities behind, and in the process become more productive


5 Most Popular Posts on WebWorkerDaily This Week

Just in case you missed any of them, here are the five most popular posts on WebWorkerDaily this week:

Celine shows you why applying Google’s “20-Percent Time” philosophy can be a useful strategy for web workers.

Doriano is a freeware junkie. In this post, he explains where he goes to find the best free tools.

Thursday shares five tips for creating a bulletproof password.

Karen’s had it with bad clients. Read why they’re bad for your health.

Georgina explains the social media trap that many businesses are falling prey to