• Super Ginormous » archive » Basecamp + Quickbooks Integration – 04 24 07 6. Basecamp + Quickbooks Integration. We’ve been using Quickbooks Timer to keep track of time spent on projects for ages. It’s not bad, but it’s pretty unstable at times. We use Basecamp for project management. …
  • danah boyd | apophenia » academic humor – God i love PhD Comics. Right now, my working dissertation proposal title does have a colon in it. And some fancy buzzwords. Rather than wit, it has a symbol. Of course, it’s only a mod of a title i’ve been using for my …
  • Freeware Pic: “Timeous” – Excellent Project Timer – I’ma full-time freelancer and keeping track of my billable hours is an important task. Under Mac OSX 10.4, Tiger, I used a nifty little widget called, The Daily Grind. I really liked it a lot, but I’ve had some problems with Dashboard …
  • 5 things I would not have achieved without RSS feeds | Alaeddin … – Believe it or not, there came a period when I kept thinking “the web sucks, there’s nothing to do, nothing to read, nothing to watch!”. I would launch the browser, and stare for a while in the blank white canvas, thinking: “so now what? …
  • Running as Root » Blog Archive » What a Tool – My own observations, reviews, and stuff I’m working on.
  • Linux Raw Image Management – I’ve steered clear of RAW photography for some time. I changed the quality mode on my 20D to RAW this afternoon and was shocked when it told me that I could only take 79 shots! *gulp*
    I fired off a shot, of an old Honda parked in front of my car and as I was in a hurry, forgot to do any more. Raw Digital Photo Decoding in Linux Dave Coffin’s dcraw seems to be the basic library that everyone else builds their GUI tools on.
  • IKHarvester | Blinded by the lights – Some time ago I wrote about Didaskon, a framework for composing curriculum for a specific user, basing on his profile and using formal and informal knowledge. I.
  • Project Management Training | 哲子戲Philosophist’s Camp – I attended an offsite training today at Vancouver Golf Club on project managment. However, the environment is really nice and a tasty lunch is included. That place is classy golf club that require dress code, no jeans are allowed.
  • E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez … – Shortcuts Podcast – How to Use Wikis at Work (Part One). In the past you would recall how I have actually been participating in IBM’s Shortcuts podcast in a couple of episodes sharing some thoughts and tips on getting …
  • Andy on Enterprise Software » Is enterprise software finished? – In the OnStartups blog is a very perceptive piece on the state of the enterprise software market.   The post Y2k dotcom bust has had some deep effects on the industry.   In a backlash against the vendor bull market of the late 1990s large companies reined in IT budgets and revised their procurement processes.
  • The Art of the Finish: How to Go From Busy to Accomplished « Scott … – Today I have a treat for you. Cal Newport from Study Hacks is going to share some of his insights on productivity. Cal is also the author of How to Become a Straight-A Student and How to Win at College. …
  • Space Politics » Coalition of the willing, space edition – The Commerce, Justice, and Science subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee will hold a hearing Thursday on the NASA FY06 budget, with administrator Griffin scheduled to testify. Barbara Mikulski, the ranking Democrat on that subcommittee, offered a hint of what she and her colleagues may be most interested in during a Maryland Space Business Roundtable luncheon Monday, Space News reported (subscription required). She said that she would seek an additional $250 million to cover the cost of shuttle servicing mission to Hubble, as well as increased support for aeronautics programs.

 

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