Posts Tagged "Organization"


Posted on Dec 19, 2005

I posted on MyDataBook recently so I felt I should inform anyone considering an install that MDB2 has been released. You can check out the demo here (change log is also available). It’s a very useful tool if you like to manage your life online. However, I must warn you that it has no Outlook integration. Some of the new features include recurring reminders and events, customizable fields, and a much improved interface. If you have any more questions about the script or need help installing it let me know. Check out a screenshot. Updated 1/3/2005 – It would appear I need to do...

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Portal Content Organization

Posted on Dec 13, 2005

I’ve made significant progress with the past few days. Most of the functionality is in place. So…now it’s time to work on the content structure. Most of my contract web projects are portfolio or small business sites so I lack experience organizing larger amounts of content. I’ve done some google searchs for content organization but can’t seem to find any useful advice. I guess I’ll just have to sit down and start organizing a hierarchy in excel and go from there. I’ll post any useful links I come across on the topic...

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Online Spreadsheet Tool

Posted on Dec 8, 2005

Have you heard of NumSum yet? It is a simple online spreadsheet tool. To be completely honest it lacks many features, but the project appears to be on the right track. Another hinderance is that from my understanding every spreadsheet built on numsum is publically available. UPDATE – After reviewing the site it appears they are building a more advanced version that will be available for a fee. This version has no published release date. I’ve heard rumors that the Sun and Google relationship could result in a free online office suite. More on this available here. ...

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MyDataBook Personal Organizer

Posted on Nov 20, 2005

Looking for a great way to organize your life online? MyDataBook is something I have used for a while and highly recommend. This PHP/MySQL script is free and hosted on your own server. It keeps track of your calendar, contacts, daily journal and email reminders all in a simple interface. It does take someone familiar with manual database installation as there is no auto-install available at this point. Also, if you are familiar with PHP it is very easy to customize to your liking. Other PIMs (Personal Information Managers) can be found...

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