More evidence submitted to the case of ‘B2B vs Boring’. Enjoy!
A couple of things I found and loved in September 2015:
A Short lesson in Perspective by Linds Redding: If you only pay attention to one thing in this post then make it this one.
INSTANTLY wipe your child’s memory of the day by simply asking them what they did at school. (via @kerihw)
— Twop Twips (@TwopTwips) February 13, 2014
The Adam Buxton Podcast
Houndstooth – No News from Home
Calling itself a help engine it is a more ‘concious’ version of say yahoo answers. You simply join Cofacio, either post a question, or search for a topic that you feel you can provide an answer for, it could be films, wine or skateboards. Every time you post a question or an answer, you earn points. You can then donate those points to a cause, which in turn is supported by the sponsors.
I’ve had a quick play around with it. I’ve not posted any questions yet but I have answered a few. Personally, I think it is one to watch.
I thought I would share both the online and offline tools I use that help me keep connected, informed and help make the day-to-day online experience just that little bit easier
Gmail – my email platform of choice
Google Reader – my daily news hit
Google Calendar – keeping track of everything
LinkedIn – For connecting with people I have worked with, and probably my main social platform. At the moment it’s getting big props for its job board.
Twitter – I’m not great at it but I am trying. Essentially, I am using it as a news feed, and as a search engine.
Facebook – For connecting with people I know and see outside of an office life
Friendfeed – I don’t use it often enough
Delicious – I have found new love for this
Adium – Not really been using IM since being made redundant. However, Adium is the best IM app for the Mac.
WordPress – my blogging software. It was simple to set up; That’s why I used it.
flickr – Huge fan of this site for many years. I don’t use to host snapshots, rather this is where I put my “one day I will be able take this more seriously’ shots.
Lightroom – My photo editing software of choice. I don’t really need Photoshop, I need a simple photo centric workflow
Last.fm – been using the site for years. Don’t really maximise my profile, but it continues to scrobble my itunes content.
emusic – This is where I buy my drm free digital music, though amazon and 7 digital should get a shout for being competitive.