Productivity with OmniFocus and DEVONthink Pro 2

I've just spent the weekend tweaking my workflow to deal with the over abundance of information that my job generates. OmniFocus is my key app since that's where I keep all my tasks. To complete the picture, I started comparing all of my information managers - Yojimbo, Evernote, DevonThink Pro and even the good old … Continue reading Productivity with OmniFocus and DEVONthink Pro 2

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Put GMail on Your Desktop with GeekTool

Recently the folks over at Panic announced a cool new way to display critical stats on your desktop - Statoo. Like GeekTool, Statoo can put the weather, date, time, disk space, current song, and so on on your desktop. Unlike GeekTool, they do it all in a few clicks. Even more interesting was the ability … Continue reading Put GMail on Your Desktop with GeekTool

iCal, Exchange, GCal Sync Update

Well, its that time of the year again when I revisit the state of iCal syncing. This time there is a lot of progress to report. First up - who could miss the announcement that Google Calendar now officially supports CalDav - the same open calendar standard that iCal speaks. This means that your Google … Continue reading iCal, Exchange, GCal Sync Update

Information Organizers for the Mac

In my job I have to do a lot of research and I usually have multiple simultaneous projects. What this means is that when I come across information that I need, I have to store it in a way that I can reliably find it later. Storing is not the hard part, finding it later … Continue reading Information Organizers for the Mac

Calendar and Clock on Your Mac Desktop

One thing that has been missing from the Mac OS is a readily accessible calendar. Since I can *never* remember the date, I frequently need to be able to glance at a calendar. While I use Mail as my email client, because there is no integration with Exchange and iCal, I use Outlook for calendaring. … Continue reading Calendar and Clock on Your Mac Desktop