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Björn Sackemark
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DHARMA Initiative
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A good response to the “fact” that you can't create content on an iPad.

Personally, I'm using iPhoto and Photoshop apps (PhotoForge, etc.) regularly.

Also, GarageBand is amazing for creating new drafts and ideas for songs.

And iMovie is just as awesome. (See Vimeo or YouTube for lots of videos shoot, edited and published — exclusively  from iOS devices.)

Not into media? Well, then there's the iWork suite.

Open, edit, print and work with existing Excel spreadsheets in Numbers. Do the same with documents in Pages — word processing and amazing page layout, all in the same app.

And then of course, there's Keynote. An amazing app, too.

When done — export your work to PDF, print or just save it to iCloud. Done! You've just created actual content on an iPad.

And what about web development? I'm coding CSS3, HTML5 and JavaScript in Textastic. (And yes, it supports Ruby, PHP, and many other server-side languages, too.)

So, I can't believe these rumors are still around. Personally, I create a lot of content on my iPad — without the distractions I get to deal with then sitting in front of a traditional computer.
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Detta är inga nyheter, men det är så sant.

Sitt inte och stirra i inkorgen efter nya mail. Du behöver heller inte svara omgående på e-post som du får.

Och en till funderare: Behöver du verkligen skriva så många mail som du gör? Kan du lyfta på telefonluren istället, och faktiskt tjäna både tid och kraft? I så fall, gör det — ring och få en personlig kontakt, och klara av ärendet med ett enda telefonsamtal!

En annan rekommendation: Shortmail.com

(Tyvärr kommer det nog aldrig gå att använda i företagsvärlden…)



(Detta gäller givetvis inte inkorgar för beställningar, returfrågor, reklamationer och liknande — där krävs snabb service.)
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Gorgeous UI, and a useful tool. It's great at finding (and even automatically selecting) duplicate files for removal.

Again, the user experience is extraordinary. It looks like something from Tapbots (http://tapbots.com/) — only for Mac OS X instead of iOS.
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Wunderkit is amazing. I liked their first app Wunderlist, too. But in Wunderkit, everything is better.

The entire concept has been rethought. You have workspaces, social integration with optional members and followers, projects, tasks and notes.

And there's an iOS app that works great both on the iPhone and iPad.

Wunderkit is one of my favorite (web) apps for getting things done, and to keep my professional life together.

I need a place to collect and organize all my work — projects, tasks, my obligations at work and at home and all the other stuff in my life.

There are two other apps out there with the same quality as Wunderkit (which is completely free by the way), and they are equally useful.

They are Do (do.com) and the new Basecamp (basecamp.com).

Do is also free, and has a great iPhone app. Basecamp is not free.

However, if you're a team or if you like me use it for work, you might have colleagues. I think Basecamp is the best choice when you are a team of people who needs to get things done.

Basecamp also sends out useful emails. In the morning you'll get an agenda for today, and when the day is over you'll get an email with an overview of everything that has been done — tasks that were added, tasks that were completed, what your team has been discussing and so on.

Also, when somebody assigns you a task you will get an email, as well as when somebody completes a task in a project where you are a member.

(Of course, you can easily see all these things online too, but it's a nice touch that you get status updates from Basecamp to your inbox.)

I've tried so many task and project managers… Remember The Milk, Backpack, Basecamp “Classic”, Things for Mac and iOS, OmniFocus for Mac and iOS, different types of todo lists…

So trust me, if you need a project manager — check out do.com, get.wunderkit.com and basecamp.com — and decide which one best fits your life.
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BDD vs. TDD… I'm bad at testing my code. I really should start writing tests.
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