Helping Creative People Create

This post was written by Brett Kelly of Cranking Widgets Blog (feed). Brett is an excellent student of Getting Things Done, and his blog is an excellent read for anyone wanting to improve their organizational skills with our favorite little productivity method: GTD. I’m honored to have Brett share his insights on productivity with LifeDev’s […]

I just got an email from Chris at Calgoo saying that their calendar service is going live tomorrow. In case you haven’t heard of Calgoo, it’s a calendar that allows you to roll all of your calendars, (GCal, iCal, Microsoft) into one, with sharing among contacts. It looks like it’s a desktop/online combo with a […]

Freshbooks announced earlier this week that they’ve added Basecamp integration with their invoicing service. Now users of Basecamp can invoice their clients via a couple of options. From the Freshbooks’ blog entry, we learn that they believe this will satisfy 80% of people’s needs who use both the services. Check out the screencasts in the […]

I’m trying a new thing. I’ll be blogging one post per week as a paid review of a service related to LifeDev’s readers.  This is a way for me to earn a little to advance the website, and at the same time introduce you to new products/sites.  I’ll never review something unrelated to this audience, […]

I don’t think I have to tell this blog’s readers how hard it can be to stay on task when working on the computer. That’s why “concentration applications” are great tools to have. If you’re a mac user, check out the elegant Isolator for blocking out all of those outside distractions associated with working with […]

Stefanos Karagos scores again with three more beautiful GTD wallpapers. Maybe it’s just me, but there’s something that makes me tingle a little bit when I see GTD put to art… Get these 3 productive wallpapers while they’re hot over at

MSNBC has an interesting article titled “Meetings make us dumber, study shows“.  Here’s the point that really drove it home for me: “The researchers speculate that when a group of people receives information, the inclination is to discuss it. The more times one option is said aloud, the harder it is for individuals to recall […]

In yesterday’s post on using Gmail to organize your digital life, I brought up the fact that I haven’t been really wowed by Imified yet. Initially, I was pretty excited to test this little guy out. Combining all of those services looked like a great idea. I gave it an initial test run, but unfortunately […]

I’ve currently switched over to both Google Reader and Gmail in the past year, and haven’t looked back since. Both applications are the best in their respective fields, IMHO. Google has especially raised the bar with their email app Gmail, with it’s huge storage capacity, killer search, and threaded-style email. Steve Rubel gives us a […]

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